DETROIT, Oct 27 (LSN) – Calling his recent offer to donate his victims’ organs only one stage of his plan, pro-suicide activist Jack Kevorkian revealed plans for experimentation on his victims. Giving credit for his ideas to his victims, Kevorkian said, ‘‘Several of my patients wanted … to be put under irreversible anesthesia and instead of donating organs, they want an experiment done on the disease that’s killing them’‘.

Kevorkian first outlined his proposal in a book he wrote in 1991, ‘‘Prescription: Medicide,’’ in which he described his mission as consisting of three phases. First, help terminally ill people end their suffering, which is how he characterizes assisted suicide.  Second, find benefits from those deaths to help save others, such as transplanting organs. Third, perform medical experimentation on humans.