NYT Retro Report: A Right to Die?

NYT Retro Report: A Right to Die?

"We were opposed by the prosecutor, the governor, the legislature, the police, and the churches. They did everything they could to get him," Geoffrey Fieger says in the video. "At that point, there was a tacit understanding to leave Dr. Kevorkian alone. We had won. There are many patients that nobody knows about. Hundreds of patients. But Jack wouldn't leave well enough alone."

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