From the AP story:
"...information uncovered during a 2009 investigation in Georgia revealed that Dunn had joined Final Exit Network and that two other members — Jerry Dincin and Dr. Larry Egbert, the group’s former medical director — were with her the day she died. Equipment she used to take her life by helium asphyxiation, the group’s preferred method of suicide, had been removed from the scene."
The punishment, alas, will not nearly fit the crime–helping make a woman dead and covering up the death’s cause: The group faces a maximum fine of $33,000
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