http://www.thedailypage.com/daily/article.php?article=22636 Madison police called it an overdose, mother thinks it was murder Comp Time interviews Enid Haban-Megahed about the circumstances surrounding her son's 1998 death Nathan J. Comp on Wednesday 05/14/2008 10:41 am , (8) Recommendations Outrage over missteps in the murder investigations of 31-year-old Joel Marino and 21-year-old Brittany Zimmermann have shaken public confidence -- and re-opened the deep wounds Enid Haban-Megahed has lived with since her son Omar was found dead in his Monroe Street home in 1998. Authorities initially assumed that Omar, 28, died of a drug overdose, despite the insistence of friends and family that the intellectual property lawyer and avid bicyclist did not use drugs. Blood tests eventually confirmed this. Omars official cause of death was undetermined, but Enid believes he was murdered. With the help of a former Madison detective-turned-private-eye, Enid has pieced together a chilling narrative. She speculates that on the night of Jan. 27, 1998, Omars roommates struck him in the back of the head before injecting him with insulin, which made his blood-sugar levels crash, causing his death. Enid says that when presented with evidence in support of this theory, the detective working the case seemed disinterested, and ignored her pleas for information. <SNIP> I'm afraid to find out just how many of these are out there.