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A prominent right-to-die group was ordered Monday to pay nearly $33,000 to the family of a Minnesota woman it helped commit suicide.
The group is called Final Exit Network, and it’s been under fire for years for carrying out the woman’s suicide without notifying her family.
The case goes all the way back to 2007, when Doreen Dunn wrote to Final Exit Network asking for an assisted suicide, citing unbearable pain. According to prosecutors, the group provided Dunn with a “blueprint,” for the suicide and carried it out a few months later.
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