Colombia and the Death Penalty | hausworld
Latest News | Federal Death Penalty Resource Counsel
Just as there have been many "" who attempt to deny the reality of Nazi genocide or minimize its impact, there are those who vehemently deny that many (or any) patients are being hastened to their death in America and elsewhere around the globe. Research definitively shows that patients are being involuntarily medically killed in the Netherlands and Belgium. In the United States, we have those who adhere to the standards of care who are deeply offended by the idea that anyone would commit these egregious crimes, and they frantically attack those who expose the realities in the end-of-life care industry, even when they repeatedly hear the same type of stories from separate sources over and over again. And we have others (who are casually implementing the culture of death and hastening death) doing everything possible to hide the truth so that their agenda can continue to be implemented and expanded. We also have many in our society who simply know the truth, that the health care system can be, and is being, "wielded" just like a gun, to medically kill some of the vulnerable. Some of them take advantage of the medications available in hospice and the terminal sedation protocol available in hospice, to impose death, and the hospice staff often go right along with the plan.
Facts about capital punishment - the death penalty
The American people also seemto have evolved since the execution of Karla Tucker in February 1998: half the Texans did not want the death of this model prisoner - the first woman executed since 1863 - and 44% of the Americans would prefer life in prison without possibility of parole to the death penalty.