SOUTHFIELD, Mich., Feb 27 (LSN) – On Wednesday, Grand Rapids’ Metropolitan Hospital requested permission to hold a 21-year-old in treatment, since he was threatening to kill himself with the help of suicide advocate Jack Kevorkian. A psychiatrist working for Kent County Probate Court denied the hospital's request, and the patient, Roosevelt Dawson, was dead five hours later.  The young man, an Oakland University student from Southfield, had been unable to use his arms and legs and had depended on a ventilator to breathe since a viral infection attacked his spinal cord 13 months ago. Dawson, Kevorkian's youngest reported victim, was helped to commit suicide at home in the presence of his mother.