Saturday, May 14, 2011

Playing The Assisted Suicide Victim Card In The UK

This is all so predictable. Two Brits accompany a man to Switzerland for assisted killing. Because assisting suicide is illegal in the UK, they return fearing prosecution. However, the UK prosecuting guidelines have been so loosened that prosecution is now almost impossible - as long as people can convince authorities that they aided the suicide with the best of intention. Give me a break . . .
Decision hailed by right-to-die
RIGHT-to-die campaigners today hailed the decision to drop the case against Douglas Sinclair’s friends and have called for a change in the law. more

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