What do disabled people think about assisted suicide?
Liz Carr | Mar 29 2017 | comment  
A disabled British comedian has made a musical showcasing her opposition

Isn’t killing 19 disabled people a hate crime?
Paul Russell | Aug 2 2016 | comment  
Why didn't Japan's biggest mass killing since World War II create more waves in the media?

It can get ugly
Paul Russell | Jan 24 2014 | comment  
So you don't think euthanasia is dangerous for the disabled? This might change your mind.

Has society failed US quadriplegic?
Michael Cook | Dec 8 2010 | comment  
A man who has been a quadriplegic since he was 3 is the latest focus of right-to-die news in the US. For about 18 months Dan Crews, 27, of Antioch, Illinois, has demanded that his ventilator be removed.

Do the disabled really want death?
Michael Cook | Nov 19 2010 | comment  
One of the most eloquent voices on euthanasia in Australia is Dr Erik Leipoldt, a quadriplegic who is a lecturer at the Centre for Research into Disability and Society at Curtin University of Technology, in Western Australia. Alarmed at the prospect of legalized euthanasia, Dr Leipoldt has written a very persuasive essay in Australian Policy Online arguing that legalization would hurt the disabled most.
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