DETROIT -- Jack Kevorkian says assisted suicide has been "discussed to death." The assisted suicide advocate known as "Dr. Death" said Thursday the HBO biographical movie "You Don't Know Jack" is unlikely to inspire much action but he's delighted and honored by the "superbly done" film about his crusade. The 82-year-old from Michigan has claimed he attended more than 130 deaths before being convicted of second-degree murder in 1999.
Kevorkian: Assisted suicide 'discussed to death'
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