What the Elizabeth Wettlaufer case should teach us about Canada’s euthanasia law.

Posted June 5, 2017 6:27 pm by Alex Schadenberg

What the Elizabeth Wettlaufer case should teach us about Canada’s euthanasia law.

Alex SchadenbergAlex SchadenbergExecutive Director – Euthanasia Prevention CoalitionNow that Elizabeth Wettlaufer confessed to first degree murder in the deaths of 8 elderly people that were in her care in Woodstock and London Ontario, it is important to reflect on the reality of this case in relation to Canada’s euthanasia law. For instance, a CBC news report explained that health care killers are hard to detect.Declaration: I was born and raised in Woodstock Ontario and I have worked in London Ontario all of my adult life. First: Wettlaufer had access and the ability to lethally inject her patients without oversight in the system

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