What do you think of what he was doing? Do you agree that people should be able to choose when to end their lives? For those who dont know much about it:
He is most noted for publicly championing a terminal patient's right to die via euthanasia; he claims to have assisted at least 130 patients to that end. He famously said that "dying is not a crime."
The individuals themselves allegedly took the final action which resulted in their own deaths. Kevorkian allegedly assisted only by attaching the individual to a device that he had made.
Do you think it's fair that he got tried for murder and served time? Do you agree or disagree with what he did? What your thoughts on assisted suicide?
I think that there should be a group that handles assisted suicide separate from doctors - possibly on a hospice model - that is fully equipped with trained psychologists to evaluate the patrons. This to avoid those who are seeking euthanasia due to temporary conditions.
The right to choose the time and manner of your own death should be a basic right.
I think that a person has the right to choose when to die, period.
I do not think that dr. kevorkian should have been tried for murder or spent jail time. All he was doing was helping the people with what they wanted.
I dont see the point in making an elderly or terminaly ill person suffer anymore if they know they are ready to pass.
Well you answered your own question. We choose for our family pets, what is the difference?