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Woman Indicted in Kevorkian Case

November 10, 1996|From Times Staff and Wire Reports

The founder of Michigan's Hemlock Society chapter, a 73-year-old woman who herself is dying of cancer, has been indicted along with assisted-suicide advocate Jack Kevorkian, her lawyers said. Janet Good received a letter from prosecutors telling her to report for an arraignment Tuesday, though it didn't specify the charge, her attorney said. Kevorkian was charged last week in the Aug. 30 death of Loretta Peabody of Ionia, Mich. Good has admitted being present several times when Kevorkian assisted in suicides.

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