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Dr. Jack Kevorkian, who says he has helped more than 130 people commit suicide, would now refuse to aid in anyone's death, even someone in terrible pain, because he promised his parole board that he would not. Kevorkian talked to Mike Wallace today after serving more than eight years in prison for second-degree murder in the assisted suicide of a patient in 1998. The interview with Kevorkian, conducted today (1) at the McCamly Hotel in Battle Creek, Mich., was his first since gaining his freedom on parole this morning at 10:00 AM, ET.
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