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A death on the street

His six-month ban from a city shelter was up the next day, but Jack McDonnell decided to die. Did it have to be that way?

By David Abel
Globe Staff / January 7, 2004

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Before stripping off all his clothes, cursing the cancer that took his wife, and lying naked on the frozen ground, Jack McDonnell said he wanted to die. He got his wish. (Full Article: 2272 Words)

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