That was a mistake, a giant one ... it was lousy'Dr. Death' television documentary to air Jun 27, 2010
That's great news -- the only thing better is if the governor sets a release dateMich. gov seeks Kevorkian medical report Jul 28, 2006
But as far as the activity goes, I have said publicly and officially that I will not perform that act again when I get outKevorkian says no more illegal suicides Sep 30, 2005
Jacob "Jack" Kevorkian ( /kɨˈvɔrkiən/; May 26, 1928 – June 3, 2011), commonly known as "Dr. Death", was an American pathologist, euthanasia activist, painter, composer and instrumentalist. He is best known for publicly championing a terminal patient's right to die via physician-assisted suicide; he said he assisted at least 130 patients to that end. He famously said, "dying is not a crime".
Beginning in 1999, Kevorkian served eight years of a 10-to-25-year prison sentence for second-degree murder. He was released on parole on June 1, 2007, on condition he would not offer suicide advice to any other person.
As an oil painter and a jazz musician, Kevorkian marketed limited quantities of his visual and musical artwork to the public.