OTTAWA, Feb 5 (LSN)—MP Svend Robinson, a euthanasia and homosexual activist, was enraged on Monday during House of Commons debates considering euthanasia. Several members made testimonials attesting to the horror of euthanasia and rejected Motion 123, a call for a review of the Criminal Code sections pertaining to euthanasia and assisted suicide proposed by Robinson. Liberal MP Clifford Lincoln, and Reform MP Ken Epp both revealed to their colleagues in the House personal situations where loved ones experienced debilitation and the resulting thoughts about the value of human life. Incensed at the apparent House approval of the moving testimonials, Robinson said, “I was appalled, I was absolutely appalled.”” It was an offensive distortion of the changes that I was seeking in the law,” he said. Yukon New Democrat Louise Hardy supported Mr. Robinson’s motion.