DETROIT, Nov 24 (LSN) - Two of Jack Kevorkian’s latest victims, both elderly women, were determined not to be terminally ill, by preliminary autopsy results released Saturday in Oakland County. Kevorkian’s lawyer estimates the doctor-assisted suicide champion has “helped” about 100 people to end their lives. Evidence suggests that not all these victims were actually terminally ill.
KEVORKIAN VICTIMS NOT TERMINALLY ILL
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