by Paul Russell, MercatorNet, 5 September 2017
Paul Russell is director of HOPE: preventing euthanasia & assisted suicide, which is based in Australia.
In recent years the discussion about ‘life ending actions’ has turned to assisted suicide for ‘completed life’; where a person over a certain age may declare that they wish to end their lives even though they may have no serious medical issues.
The Co-operative Last Will organisation is frank about the possible collateral damage: “The Cooperative Last Will and its members (3,500 people) point out the existence and functioning of the new drug. The club realizes that it involves the risks. An extreme consequence could be that children give the means to their old and wealthy parents because they want to claim their inheritance.”
Robbing oneself of life is suicide – elder abuse to death is murder. But who would ever know.
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