Why do the disabled get encouragement to commit suicide?


Here's an interesting debate between Dr Rosalie Guttman, of the Final Exit Network, an "Exit guide", and president of Hemlock of Illinois, and John Kelly, a disabled man, the director of a Massachusetts group called Second Thoughts, which lobbies against euthanasia for the disabled. They discuss the case of British man Tony Nicklinson. 


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