Culture of death


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By —— Bio and Archives October 6, 2010

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-Illinois Family Institute

If you think the story I’m about to tell you sounds sensational, it is.  If you think the information provided in this column sounds unbelievable, unfortunately, it is not.  The fact of the matter is:  America’s health care system has gone far beyond the madness demonstrated by Dr. Jack Kevorkian who was convicted of murder in 1999.  “Dr. Death” Kevorkian received a sentence of 10 to 25 years for the role he played in a nine-year crusade which led to the deaths of over 130 human beings.

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