Friday, December 9, 2011

Connecticut Won't Prosecute Assisted Suicide (Even Though Its A Crime)

Here's the not-so-thin end of the pro-death wedge raising its ugly head in Connecticut, which seems to be taking a cue from the UK in choosing not to try a man who helped kill his father. Just in case you miss it in the story - there's NO evidence that this was a loving act. It could be murder for all we know.
Charges Dropped Thursday Against Man Accused Of Helping Father Commit Suicide
Charges against a Massachusetts man who was accused of helping his father, a prominent attorney and West Hartford resident, commit suicide were dropped on Thursday.
Prosecutor Thomas Garcia told Judge Joan Alexander Thursday that he didn't want to continue to pursue the charges against Bruce Brodigan, 57, of Somerville, Mass. The judge approved the request. more

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