Sunday, November 27, 2011

Media Bias In New Zealand Assisted Killing Case

New Zealander Sean Davis essentially got off after helping kill his mother (see post below). If you ever thought the press was impartial on this issue, read this sympathetic piece. Poor Sean . . . bad, bad law.
The euthanasia campaigner
Sean Davison with his partner Raine and sons Finnian and Flynn in their home town of Cape Town.
Last Thursday morning, Sean Davison paced in a dingy holding cell beneath the Dunedin High Court. Within hours he would know his sentence, an end to the sinking sand of the unknown that had destabilised his life since his arrest in September last year for the attempted murder of his elderly, terminally-ill mother, Patricia, a charge that sickened him and one that he rejected. more

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