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Dr. Jack Kevorkian's suicide machine and 17 paintings tied up in a legal dispute with a suburban Boston museum are among the assisted-suicide advocate's possessions going on the auction block on Friday.
Dr. Jack Kevorkian's estate is going ahead with plans to auction 17 of his paintings, including one he did with a pint of his blood, even though a suburban Boston museum is refusing to give them up.
Friends and family of the late Dr. Jack Kevorkian stood behind his American flag-draped coffin on Friday and remembered him as a modest and courageous champion of physician-assisted suicide.
Friends, family and supporters gathered Friday to pay tribute to the late Dr. Jack Kevorkian, remembering him for his courageous devotion to the cause of physician-assisted suicide, which cost him his freedom late in life.