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Assisted Suicides / Connecticut Case #782811

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Mar 10, 2005
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) The assisted suicide law in the state of Oregon mentioned.

(Cornwall, Connecticut: Deborah Feyerick) The story of 74-year-old volunteer medic Hunt Williams of the Cornwall, Connecticut, fire department & his friend, John Welles, who committed suicide because of his cancer, presented; scenes shown of the Welles house; details given of what Williams did for Welles on the day of his death. [Williams' brother-in-law Charles GOLD, volunteer fireman Skip KOSCIUSKO†, Welles' stepson Phil WEST†- talk about Williams & Welles & what happened.] [Chief state's attorney Christopher MORANO†- explains why Williams comes under the assisted suicide statute.]

Brown, Aaron;
Feyerick, Deborah

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