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Bob Saget’s family seeks to block release of autopsy records

The household of comic Bob Saget desires a Florida decide to ban the discharge of any images, video or different data associated to the investigation into his loss of life, saying that doing so would trigger them irreparable ache. Saget’s spouse, Kelly Rizzo, and his three daughters, filed a lawsuit on Tuesday in Orlando, Florida, asking a state decide for a ruling that might prohibit the discharge of any data from the native health worker’s workplace and the Orange County Sheriff’s Office involving the probe into Saget’s loss of life. Saget, 65, was discovered useless Jan. 9 in a room on the Ritz Carlton in Orlando.

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