Do you think the attempted murder conviction of this mom for the witholding of chemotherapy drugs from her young autistic son is justified? She felt the drug regimen made him so sick that it would kill him if he continued. Whose choice is it to decide on accepting or rejecting medical treatments?
Tough one deserves some discussion. Not like it was god told me to do it.
by Deborah Sexton 10 years ago
Lynn, a 47 year old woman believed the rapture (not in the Bible)was going to take place. Because of the disasters in Japan, etc., she was afraid her daughters, age 11 and 14, would suffer.To keep them from pain she cut their throats and wrists, then she cut her own.A friend of hers happened to...
by MysteryPlanet 11 years ago
Is a mother who withholds medicine guilty of attempted murder?"The mother of an autistic boy with cancer was found guilty on Tuesday of attempted murder for withholding chemotherapy drugs that potentially could have saved his life." What do you think?
by Stacie L 10 years ago
New York lawmakers seek to criminalize viewing of child p*rnBy M. Alex Johnson, msnbc.comA day after the state's top court found that simply viewing child p*rnography wasn't a crime in New York, two legislators said Wednesday that they would soon introduce a measure to make it one.Reuters...
by Erin Lee 7 years ago
Do you agree with the Jodi Arias murder one guilty verdict conviction?
by James 5 years ago
"Attempted" versus "Actually" committing a crime!!Sentences for "attempted" murder vs. "actual" murder can vary significantly in many states. Same for "attempted" robbery vs "actual" robbery, etc. It seems as if one is legally...
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