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Friday, June 03, 2011

The serial killer known as Doctor Death now knows the truth.

I have trouble praying for the souls of mass murderers. I know, it is a major flaw in my personality and a terrible sin. I pray I will be able to do it someday.

This sick pervert corrupted everything and everyone he encountered, including the medical profession. [He was a pathologist, not a real doctor. You wouldn't have wanted him looking at your sore throat...for a myriad of reasons. I'm guessing he fell in love with nihilism somewhere along the way.]

It is painfully obvious he was so full of hate for himself [He once said the worst day of his life was the day he was born.] it was no surprise he relished convincing the sick and the weak they would be better off dead and then murdering them.

Of course, the blood soaked death-worshippers of the left adored him.

May God have mercy on his black, bloody soul.

He's going to need it. Big time.

"Doctor" Jack Kevorkian dies at 83; 'Dr. Death' was advocate, practitioner of physician-assisted suicide - The Times of The City of Our Lady Of The Angels

Dr. Jack Kevorkian, the notorious advocate of physician-assisted suicide for terminally ill patients who became a household name in the 1990s by practicing what he preached and in so doing inflamed the nationwide debate over a patient's right to die, died early Friday. He was 83.

Kevorkian, a former Michigan pathologist who served eight years in prison for second-degree murder for a case in which he personally administered the lethal injection rather than helping the patient do it himself, died at William Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak, Mich., said Mayer Morganroth, his lawyer and close friend.

Kevorkian, who had been hospitalized for pneumonia and kidney problems, developed pulmonary thrombosis late Thursday evening and died about 2:30 a.m. Friday, Morganroth said.

During Kevorkian's final hours in the ICU, the music of his favorite composer -- Johann Sebastian Bach -- was played over a computer.

"Although he couldn't talk and was passing away during that period of time, he could hear what was going on around him," said Morganroth. "Until that sudden turndown, we discussed his leaving the hospital, going to rehab and going on a book tour for his books."

Dubbed "Dr. Death," Kevorkian claimed to have assisted in the suicides of more than 130 people between 1990 and 1998.

Janet Adkins, a 54-year-old Portland, Ore. mother of three adult sons in the early stages of Alzheimer's disease and unwilling to let it progress further, was the first.

When Adkins and her husband, Ron, first met with Kevorkian in Michigan, he already had begun receiving media attention for his untested "suicide machine," a homemade device he called the "mercitron."

On June 4, 1990, as Ron Adkins waited in a motel room, Kevorkian's sisters, Flora Holzheimer and Margo Janus, drove Janet Adkins to Groveland Oaks County Park, where Kevorkian was waiting for her in his rusty white 1968 Volkswagen van.

He had tried to find a more suitable setting, he told People magazine later that month, "and every place turned me down. But Janet didn't care what the environment was."

With Adkins lying in a bed in the back of the van, Kevorkian hooked her up to a heart monitor and inserted a needle into her arm to start the flow of a harmless saline solution.

As chronicled in People, Adkins asked Holzheimer to read passages Adkins had brought with her, including the 23rd Psalm and a message from her closest friend.

Then Adkins pressed the button on Kevorkian's machine, which intravenously began sending the anesthetic thiopental sodium through her veins to put her to sleep and then deadly potassium chloride to stop her heart.

"Thank you, thank you so much," Adkins reportedly told Kevorkian as the anesthetic began taking effect.

"Have a nice trip," he said...

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