Kevorkian Linda talks to NPR's Don Gonyea about the latest upheaval caused by Dr. Jack Kevorkian. The Oakland, Michigan, county coroner said that he found no evidence of fatal illness in the latest woman D. Kevorkian helped to die.
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Linda talks to NPR's Don Gonyea about the latest upheaval caused by Dr. Jack Kevorkian. The Oakland, Michigan, county coroner said that he found no evidence of fatal illness in the latest woman D. Kevorkian helped to die.