OKLAHOMA CITY -- Oklahoma families searching for justice for their loved ones whose deaths were ruled suicide demonstrated outside the State Capitol on Tuesday.
Many in the group called Justice for the Dead said they are upset because the medical examiner ruled their loved ones' deaths a suicide.
The death of Chandra Turner was changed to murder when a second medical examiner reviewed the case. That gave hope to other families with unanswered questions.
One mother, Andrea Holliday, even wrote a book about her ordeal.
"This is the only way for me to let everybody know that she did not commit suicide. I've got leads, facts, I've investigated this whole thing on my own because the investigator and police did nothing," Holliday said.
The group wants the new legislature to make big changes at the medical examiner's office.