Michael and Tammy Cleveland. For two hours and 40 minutes after Michael Cleveland was pronounced deceased at a hospital in suburban Buffalo, New York, on Oct. 10, 2014, his grieving family members watched signs of life flicker over the 46-year-old’s body, according to newly filed documents in the family’s lawsuit.
Michael and Tammy Cleveland. For two hours and 40 minutes after Michael Cleveland was pronounced deceased at a hospital in suburban Buffalo, New York, on Oct. 10, 2014, his grieving family members watched signs of life flicker over the 46-year-old’s body, according to newly filed documents in the family’s lawsuit. Courtesy of Tammy Cleveland
Michael and Tammy Cleveland. For two hours and 40 minutes after Michael Cleveland was pronounced deceased at a hospital in suburban Buffalo, New York, on Oct. 10, 2014, his grieving family members watched signs of life flicker over the 46-year-old’s body, according to newly filed documents in the family’s lawsuit. Courtesy of Tammy Cleveland

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