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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Jan Gorniak
A central Ohio coroner still hasn't determined what killed a man whose two young daughters apparently spent several days in their apartment with his dead body.
An autopsy performed on Columbus Crew midfielder Kirk Urso on Monday did not reveal any trauma and the coroner says signs point to "an apparent natural death" pending results from toxicology tests.
Franklin County coroner Dr. Jan Gorniak tells The Columbus Dispatch (http://bit.ly/1kKiU7s ) that she is waiting on toxicology tests to help determine what caused the death of 48-year-old Earl Davis.
"We are leaning toward an apparent natural death, but we don't know why," she said.