One of the largest murder cases in Ohio history, involving a doctor accused of killing 25 patients, will hinge on his colleagues’ cooperation and what they can offer up at trial, legal experts say. And what those former co-workers reveal may help shed light on something that has so far eluded investigators: a motive. A six-month review into William Husel, an intensive care doctor at … Continue reading Case Against Ohio Doctor Charged with Killing 25 Patients May Hinge on Former Colleagues
When does allowing someone to die turn into encouraging someone to die? Always. Last November, Colorado became the sixth state to legalize physician-assisted suicide. It was and is a terrible idea. Among the arguments my colleague John Stonestreet and others made was the fact that the so-called “safeguards” in these kinds of laws are illusions. Experience in Europe shows that once you concede the principle … Continue reading Assisted Suicide and Organ Harvesting: A Ghoulish—But Not Surprising—Proposal
Prescription euthanasia: Elderly being killed off by antipsychotic drugs… is it on purpose? Older individuals living with Alzheimer’s disease are often prescribed antipsychotic drugs. This controversial practice has been frowned upon for many years. New research has now found that the use of these drugs in Alzheimer’s patients substantially increases their risk of mortality — which begs the question: is this risky practice being conducted … Continue reading EUTHANASIA OF THE ELDERLY HAPPENING -WITHOUT ANYONE’S KNOWLEDGE – BY MEANS OF DEADLY ANTIPSYCHOTIC DRUGS???