In real life, Dr Kervorkian
is now 82 and was paroled in 2007 after serving eight years of a second degree murder conviction for assisting suicides; he claims to have helped 130 terminally ill patients end their lives.
By 1998 the New York Times had written 471 stories about Kervorkian
and his alleged "assisting" in more than 130 suicides.
Riders who depend on buses to get to their jobs or food shopping or home, or, like Arthur Kervorkian
of Lake Avenue, to get medical treatment, also pleaded to keep their buses running beyond the first of the year.
was released from jail June 1 on the condition that he not repeat his crime, and he promised not to.
Guests Francois Kervorkian
, Marco Carola & Ben Sims
pay future visits to San Quentin when he is needed, I believe we can do more to make our murderers more comfortable in their final moments.
A gift from Hagop Kervorkian
in 1955 allowed the museum to purchase them.
Nadira Shalhoub Kervorkian
, "Fear of Sexual Harassment: Palestinian Adolescent Girls in the Intifada," in Palestinian Women: Identity and Experience, Ebba Augustin, ed.
This march to prominence is due in part to the highly publicized actions and legal battles of Jack Kervorkian
, from Michigan--the first doctor to be convicted for murder for helping a patient die.
The Adobe Acrobat eBook Reader provides a rich platform for digital books of all genres by including print capability, video and search features, and links directly to the Web," said Sue Kervorkian
, an analyst with IDC.
Some credit, or discredit, is owed to Jack Kervorkian
and to Derek Humphries (of the pressure group Exit) and to utilitarian philosophy teachers such as Michael Tooley and Jonathan Glover and Richard Hare and Mary Warnock.
and/or an expanded understanding of the health care industry created by the information age.