Is it Murder or is it Death by Choice?
Dr. Jack Kevorkian, this is a very controversial debate, is it right to kill someone who is already going to die; or they suffer out their last days as nature takes its course? I personally do not think it’s a crime to take someone’s life who wants to die due to medical conditions. Some people say he should have never been released from prison, others differ. Should euthanasia and the right to die be made legal? This is a debate that will go on for centuries as Dr. Jack Kevorkian launches euthanasia for humans in the 1990’s. As I sit back and think about Dr. Jack Kevorkian did in the 1990’s, I find myself wondering what would I want? Would I want to die early or suffer until I pass? I would like to make peace with which ever my higher power is and die peacefully. Dr Jack Kevorkian was (born on May, 26th, 1928) to Armenian-American parents. (Jack Kevorkian, 2008). He was born in Pontiac Michigan, were he graduated from Pontiac Central High School in 1945 at the age of 17. He then went to the University of Michigan Medical School and graduated in 1952. (Huffington Post June 05, 2007) Dr. Jack Kevorkian is a former Medical Pathologist known for his high profile antics in support of voluntary euthanasia. For most of the 1990’s Kevorkian – now widely known as ”Dr. Death”—was on T.V. talk shows, in the news and in and out of court and jail for his role in a number of deaths. (Answers 2005) While Dr. Kevorkian assisted in over 100 deaths in the 1990’s. I don’t think what he did was a crime. \All of his patients wanted to die because they were in so much pain or terminally ill. Not all of his patients were physically able to end their own lives, either Kevorkian did it through an IV or he made a devise were the patients could sit in and manually push a button which would release a deadly drug or chemical that would end his or her life, also through IV. Although everyone did not agree with what Dr....
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