Dr. Jack Kevorkian says police tried to interfere in the assisted suicide of a 21-year-old quadriplegic and mistreated the young man's family.
"It's time to clear the air," Kevorkian told Saturday's edition of The Oakland Press. "I admit I assisted in the death of Roosevelt Dawson. If there was a crime committed, charge me. If there isn't, don't bother me."Dawson, the youngest person Kevorkian has assisted, died Thursday at his home. He had wanted to die after a spinal virus paralyzed him from the neck down.
Kevorkian said police confiscated medical equipment, pillow cases, a gas mask and even Garner's glasses.