Tuesday, December 14, 2010

The Pro-Deather Disability Community Parade At The Falconer Commission

The procession continues at the Falconer Commission in the UK. Now it’s Debbie Purdy’s turn, she who forced “clarification” of UK assisted suicide law last year. Of course she’s in the tank for this pro-death commission. Where’s the balance??
Purdy: Lords ruling on suicide gave me new life
Multiple sclerosis sufferer Debbie Purdy, who is from West Yorkshire, has spoken of her new lease of life since winning a landmark ruling from the House of Lords on assisted suicide.
The 47 year old told an inquiry on assisted dying that she would be dead if she had not won the backing of the Law Lords for a policy statement on whether people who help someone kill themselves should be prosecuted.
Ms Purdy told the Commission on Assisted Dying inquiry in London that she would have gone to the Dignitas clinic in Switzerland to end her own life if she had lost the case, as her condition was deteriorating. She said she would not have wanted to have exposed her husband, Omar Puente, to the possibility of prosecution if he helped her travel abroad to end her life. more

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