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Smith Sedated; Son's Death "Suspicious"

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Nassua, Bahamas- Anna Nicole Smith tried vigorously to revive her twenty-year-old son Daniel Smith, all failed and Smith needed to be sedated. Authorities have identified a third person in the room at the time of death.

Authorities are now saying that there was third person in the room when Daniel Smith expired. The death had already been ruled "suspicious" but police now believe they know exactly what caused his death, but will wait for toxicology reports to come back for confirmation.

The third person in the room has been identified as an attorney Anna Nicole Smith.

Howard K. Stern, attorney at law, was also in the room with Anna Nicole when her son died.

A jury inquest is scheduled for October 23rd, 2006. Anna Nicole Smith must make an appearance at that time, as required.

Autopsy and toxicology reports will not be made public until the jury inquest is held.

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