Panel: Dutch Doctor Did Not Break Euthanasia Law By Drugging, Injecting Resistant Elderly Woman

(The Scottish Sun) — A female Dutch doctor who drugged an elderly euthanasia patient and then gave her a lethal injection despite her fighting not to be killed has been cleared.

The medic allegedly put the drug in the woman’s coffee in order to calm her but she later awoke as she was being injected.

The unnamed patient, 80, reportedly suffered from dementia and had earlier expressed a desire for euthanasia when she deemed “the time was right”.

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  • Trilemma

    No means no. Based on the info in the article, it looks like premeditated murder.

  • Nidalap

    You start engaging in euthanasia, things like this start happening…

    • Jenny Ondioline

      If events played out as the story above reports it, this isn’t euthanasia. Euthanasia is when the patient desires to die.

      • antifasciste

        This story smacks of dubious validity, perhaps some of that “fake news” perpetrated by the “opposition party”.

  • Grace Kim Kwon

    Something is deadly wrong with the Post-christian Western Europe. What do they live for? What is the purpose of living on Planet Earth for the unbelieving Western Europeans? They should not kill their own ancetors and parents. Western Europe needs Ten Commandments. Humanism only kills and destroys. Jesus is the Light and the Life. ( John chapter 8-10, 14)

  • RWH

    I don’t think that we’re getting the whole story. Something sounds fishy. The woman signed a document. If she experienced dementia, did she even know what the doctors were doing? Anyone who signs a living will should know the intended and unintended consequences of “do not resuscitate” and “don’t prolong my life.”

  • Robert

    I think the elderly lady was using up state’s resources so they put her down like a dog.