Taking Mercy, an edition of the Global TV program “16x9” in Canada, concerns a mother, Annette Corriveau, who wants her children with disabilities to be killed by euthanasia. The show also features Robert Latimer, the man who killed his daughter…Continue Reading »
Georgia’s high court unanimously decided to strike down the state’s ban on advertising suicide but it did not decide that assisted suicide could not prohibited and it did not decide that the state could not ban suicide counseling or all…Continue Reading »
An article in the Netherlands paper Reformatorisch Dagblad entitled: Churches express concern about the initiative on Free Will, concerns a joint letter written to the Government house in the Netherlands concerning proposals to allow assisted…Continue Reading »
The Commission on Assisted Dying (Commission) that was chaired by Lord Falconer, a long-time promoter of assisted suicide, released their 400 pages of “ink on paper” calling for the legalization of assisted suicide in the UK. The Commission was…Continue Reading »
On September 27, 2011, Joseph Maraachli, better known as baby Joseph, peacefully died at home with his family caring for him in Windsor Ontario Canada.
Some of the articles about the baby Joseph case referred to him as being in a Persistent…Continue Reading »
In the past few days, Philip Nitschke, Australia’s Dr. Death, has been claiming that he has received permission from Australia’s Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) to import Nembutal, a drug used by veterinarians for large animal euthanasia, for…Continue Reading »
The Third International Symposium on Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide in Vancouver (June 3 - 4) was a tremendous success. The goals that were set-out before the Symposium were surpassed. The DVD’s of the Symposium will be available in early July…Continue Reading »
The recent Gallup poll in America shows that 45% of those polled thought that physician-assisted suicide was morally acceptable whereas 48% thought that physician-assisted suicide was Morally wrong.
What was interesting about the findings was that…Continue Reading »
Oregon legalized assisted suicide more than thirteen years ago through a plebiscite measure. In that time, the official statistics state that there have been 525 reported assisted suicide deaths in Oregon. At the same time there has been more than a…Continue Reading »
Three years after the death of Nadia Kajouji, William Melchert-Dinkel, a former nurse from Minnesota, was sentenced for his actions as a internet suicide predator. There are many questions concerning the length of the jail sentence, but at least the…Continue Reading »