“48 Hours” investigates the mysterious death of a millionaire involving his wife and eye drops

The mysterious death of retired businessman Steve Clayton led to questions about his wife’s involvement. A toxicology report found an ingredient found in eye drops in his blood, which can be toxic if consumed orally. Peter Van Sant joins “CBS This Morning” with the investigation on this week’s “48 Hours.”

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