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The San Jose, Calif. Police Department said they would investigate when they were was notified in June 2009 that there was new information in the suicide or assisted-suicide death of a Jesuit priest on jury duty, Fr. James Chevedden, S.J. The death was a few minutes walk from the downtown police headquarters. The San Jose police never asked for the new information and soon said they found nothing new in their investigation.
He was so ashamed to work for Obama's Federal Government that he took the only way out he could think of. How sad, but hey, the American people chose for this to happen. Now they must suffer to learn their lesson. 22.214.171.124 (talk) 03:50, 26 November 2009 (UTC)
That's a dangerous comment to make, do not use this man's death to further push your political agenda. It is a sad case and should be recognized as so, he did not die for you to denounce Obama