Do you think assistant suicide should be considered murder?
Murder in my opinion is killing someone unlawfully. If assistant suicide is against the law, than yes. My own personal belief is that if someone wants to die and asks to die but cannot do it themselves, than I don't believe that it should be considered murder. I would refuse an offer because of religious beliefs, but when it comes to law decisions, I do not think that they should be able to interfere.
No i don't. we should have the right to choose if we want to die when we are living with a disease that is destroying us anyway. to stop someone from having this right is the criminal part.
by Audrevea 9 years ago
Genuine question & one I haven't had time to read up on to find out. Sounds good in theory - why did it fail? Could it ever work?
by Dave Mathews 7 years ago
JOHN:15:13 tells us."Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends."The churches today are quoting this Biblical Gospel Quote to substantiate and advocate for DNR ( Do Not Recusitate ) requests made by terminally ill or terminally injured patients,...
by Julianna 7 years ago
What causes a person to murder another human being?Watching all of the crime and violence on television and being a person who doesn't even like to hurt a spider how can people murder someone? The story in Mississippi make me sick to my stomach! How can anyone harm another person? Children are...
by Beth Perry 6 years ago
Marilyn Monroe's death: suicide, accident or murder?And what pertinent info leads you to this opinion?
by And Drewson 3 years ago
If someone is of sound mind, meaning they understand the consequences, should they be allowed to kill themselves?
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