Ontario report into Wettlaufer deaths will not protect vulnerable people from suspicious euthanasia deaths.

Posted August 1, 2019 5:12 pm by Alex Schadenberg

Ontario report into Wettlaufer deaths will not protect vulnerable people from suspicious euthanasia deaths.

Alex SchadenbergExecutive Director – Euthanasia Prevention CoalitionElizabeth WettlauferIn June 2017, Elizabeth Wettlaufer, a former nurse, who confessed to killing 8 people in Woodstock and London Ontario was sentenced to 25 years without eligibility for parole. Justice Thomas stated, during the sentencing, that:”It is a complete betrayal of trust when a caregiver does not prolong life, but terminates it,” “She was the shadow of death that passed over them on the night shift where she supervised.”I agreed with Justice Thomas, but I wondered how Canadians are expected to interpret this statement now that Canada has legalized “MAiD” euthanasia?Justice Eileen GilleseYesterday, Justice Eileen

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