It was Foldes' wish to die in a church — and there was, according to Kevorkian attorney Geoffrey Fieger, a "sympathetic priest" at this establishment. But it was an utterly brazen act on the part of the man dubbed "Dr. Death," for the Roman Catholic church — which has yet to comment — is one of his staunchest enemies.
Kevorkian delivered Foldes' body to the local emergency room in person — the first time he has done so in over a year. The previous 17 Kevorkian patients were all found in Detroit motel rooms with notes to call Fieger. Could it be that Dr. Death is again making house calls?