Still stuck on the moraity issue, this person had already lost another loved one just two months prior and is an emotionaly fragile state.Is it right for that person to not bring relief and comfort to someone who they love based on the constricts of law? Laws are broken on a daily basis,not that it makes them right but there seems to be a larger issue here.... the desire of one to hasten ones death and the need to spare the caregiver the continued horrors of watching someone die a protracted painful death,knowing the reality of the ultimate out come to me it seems more humane and understandable.To see someone writhe in pain seems more criminal to me,the law be damned.But that is just my own thought.What I do need to be is understanding and supportive of my friend and be able to help her deal with the morality that she will undoubtableyl have to cope with as well as the profound sense of grief that will be compounded by her earlier loss.Seems to me we show greater compassion towards animals....
perpetrators are often treated with leniency.
.My friend could hardly even by a extreme perverse sense be likened to a serial killer.
but that many people can rationalize their acts and assume the mantel of good will and even godliness for what they do.