Monday, May 30, 2011

Needless Suicide Gets Easy Media Treatment

Daniel James was a twenty-something rugby player who became disabled after an accident of the field. He chose to go to Swiss death clinic Dignitas and kill himself - with the help of his parents. Please forgive me - I don't have too much sympathy, as there was no need for Dan to die, and certainly no need for his parents to support his decision.
Agony of helping a son to kill himself
Daniel James, the 23-year-old paralysed rugby player who became the youngest Briton to travel to the Dignitas assisted suicide clinic in Switzerland, was so determined to end his life that he told his parents he would move out of the family home and starve himself to death if they did not help him. more

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