Minnesota man lived with bodies of mom, brother for year

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A Minnesota man is facing charges more than a year after authorities found the dead and extensively decomposed bodies of his mother and brother inside his home.

He has since been accused of obstruction with a dead body or scene of death since he fail to tell experts they passed on of characteristic causes, as indicated by St Paul Pioneer Press.

A medical examiner later determined that both died of natural causes about a year earlier.

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Kuefler continued the facade for months, fending off unwanted family members and friends from visiting by pretending in a Christmas card that their loved ones were in bad health - but alive.

Robert Kuefler's twin, Richard Kuefler, was found in the basement, his body "mummified", charges say.

Kuefler was arrested after the search that led to the bodies' discovery, initially on suspicion of financial exploitation of a vulnerable adult. Evelyn Kueffler, 93, died in August 2015, more than a year before she was found, while Richard Kuefler died in July 2015. "People think I am, but I'm not".

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In an interview with investigators, he admitted that his mother had died around August of 2015.

"This is our way of introducing this case onto the court", Hager told the AP. He set him in "his chair", and eventually moved him into the bathroom because his body was "in the way", the complaint said. "We're depending on our partners in the court system to make a good decision", he said.

In the correspondence, police say he wrote that his brother was ill and his mother did not want company at their home during the holidays. Kuefler, who has no criminal history, said he needs no counseling. "She always said she wanted to die at home".

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"She didn't have any burial plans", he added.

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