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Saturday, 29 July 2017
Charlie Gard died, I read.
Doctors decided his death, basically killed him, at least cut off the life support they had provided - and stopped parents from getting another one, from someone else.
Another baby died in Belgium. Parents were sued for involuntary homicide - for not doing what the doctors would have done. I think the father is in prison, now.
Is the European law for those killing deliberately and against those killing involuntarily?
No, it is more simply for doctors and against parents. In other cases, for doctors and against patients.
Are doctors forming a new tyranny? I am afraid so.
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