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By telephone from his prison in Michigan, Dr. Jack Kevorkian told the Los Angeles Times:-

Do you have any regrets about what you did?

Yes, I should’ve worked for a change in the law instead.

You’ve said recently that if you are released, you will no longer break the law. Does that mean that you’ve changed your views about assisted suicide?

I have not changed my views on assisted suicide, but I believe it should be performed legally, and I would do whatever my health permits regarding petitions, speeches, lobbying and writing in support of legalization.

What made you change your mind about violating the law?

I changed my mind about the method because the laws are changing in many areas of the world and in the United States, and it is time for legalization to be done in a legal way.

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