Must-See Video on the Failures of Assisted Suicide
Stephanie is a young, courageous mother who has been diagnosed with a terminal illness. Her fight against assisted suicide is an inspiration to her children.
J.J.–Man of Steel
JJ’s family motto is “You can’t hurt steel.” When he was diagnosed with glioblastoma, the most aggressive form of brain cancer, he continues to fight for his wife, his son, and his life–and against assisted suicide.
Bill asked for assisted suicide but changed his mind, and all it took was a scooter.
Maggie was diagnosed with brain cancer and strongly opposes assisted suicide. Hear this story of a strong woman with much left to give to her family and society. She has a powerful story of hope and courage – and that no doctor can put a timetable on anyone’s life.
The same drug being used on death row, is being used in assisted suicide.
And these Barbiturates are not always a peaceful death…They have been termed “cruel and unusual” punishment by the courts for the worst criminals.
Barbiturates are the most common substances used for assisted suicide in Oregon and Washington. Overdoses of barbiturates are known to cause distress and have associated issues:
extreme gasping and muscle spasms can occur
while losing consciousness, a person can vomit and then inhale the vomit, panic, feelings of terror, and assaultive behavior take place from the drug-induced confusion, failure of the drugs to induce, unconsciousness, a number of days elapsing before death occurs or death does not occur.