Tag Archives: euthanasia

BELGIUM: Man Seeks Euthanasia Because 17 Years Of Ex-Gay Torture Hasn’t Cured His Homosexuality

The BBC reports: A gay man in Belgium is trying to end his life because he cannot accept his sexuality. He told the Victoria Derbyshire programme he wanted to be granted euthanasia on the grounds of extreme psychological suffering. Sébastien has thought carefully about the moment he hopes his life will come to an end. “The moment when they put ...

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Evangelical Couple Keeps Terminally Ill Daughter Alive Against Her Wishes

An evangelical pastor and his wife in Queens are keeping their terminally-ill daughter, a former Manhattan banker, hooked up to a ventilator against her will because they believe that her stated wish to die naturally constitutes suicide in the eyes of God. And that’s a mortal sin that will send her to hell. Lee’s court-appointed lawyer complained her devout parents ...

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Australia Bans Pro-Euthanasia Ad

Australia’s advertising regulation agency has banned the below ad advocating for the legalization of assisted suicide or “voluntary euthanasia.” (Tipped by JMG reader Lynda)

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BBC Announcer Ray Gosling Arrested

BBC announcer Ray Gosling has been arrested for murder for the mercy killing of his AIDS-stricken partner. TV presenter Ray Gosling has been arrested on suspicion of murder by Nottinghamshire Police after he admitted killing his lover. The 70-year-old’s confession that he had smothered the unnamed man who was dying of Aids was broadcast on the BBC’s Inside Out programme ...

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BBC Announcer’s On-Air Confession:
I Smothered My AIDS-Stricken Partner

BBC viewers were startled this week when longtime television host Ray Gosling revealed in a pre-recorded segment that he had smothered his partner with a pillow as the man lay wracked with end-stage AIDS. Gosling was narrating a program about euthanasia. He didn’t say who the man was or when the incident occurred. The BBC had not alerted the police ...

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The Right To Die

To great controversy, yesterday British television aired a film titled Right To Die?, which showed a terminally-ill man committing suicide on camera. The film raises the usual questions about euthanasia and assisted-suicide, although the man did the job on his own, albeit with an audience in the room. The scene is difficult to watch, even for viewers inured to the ...

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Scottish Lesbian Cleared Of Assisted Suicide

In Scotland, a lesbian was found not guilty of assisted suicide after a judge ruled that her partner would have committed suicide on her own anyway. A woman prison officer who watched her lesbian lover commit suicide was spared jail Monday after a judge ruled it was ‘an act of love.’ Patricia Mulpeter, 48, comforted her dying friend as she ...

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