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Disrupting the Universe Dr Jack Kevorkian did something that most people would never even think of doing or think that someone would do such a thing He really did disrupt the universe by taking the whole world by surprise Jack Kevorkian was the first person in the United States to assist in suicides in a big way He started in 1990 by placing a newspaper add for assisted suicide He then developed a device he called the Suicide Machine which injected deadly drugs into the bloodstream Once the shock passed over the issue was brought up that he did not commit any crimes or he is a murderer Most people think very strongly in one way or the other Myself and many other people believe that Jack Kevorkian has not done anything wrong and he should not be punished He has been present at 46 suicides since 1990 He has been to jail numerous times but always let off on bail or another technicality 38 times he has not even gone to court for his assisted suicides Assisted suicides are still illegal in every state but he has gotten off on technicalities or some other issue All of the people he assisted in suicides either were terminally ill or they wanted to be killed due to other serious medical problems There have been reports of a person beating her son in tennis one week before she killed herself with the help of Jack Kevorkian and his suicide machine but she was terminally ill and Dr Kevorkian would not help kill people unless their life was in danger or they were not living comfortably Kevorkian was previously a doctor dealing with terminally ill people and death counseling From this experience he knew that for some people suicide was the only Solution On the other hand some people believe that what he started was
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