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Are you suggesting that he could breathe? 'Cuz from every possible piece of evidence (including the fact that he's now dead), it seems as if he was telling the truth. . .
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New York Considering Assisted Suicide Law

John3138 Wrote: Dec 04, 2014 11:40 AM
The same assurance that prevents Catholic hospitals from having to perform abortions?
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New York Considering Assisted Suicide Law

John3138 Wrote: Dec 04, 2014 11:39 AM
I'd be careful not to insinuate that cancer patients in agonizing pain are somehow cowardly because they refuse to starve themselves to death or die in an agonizing manner.
That he was shot when he was stopped/running away. . .?
So he deserved to get shot while running away from the police because he's a "thug"?
I don't know what you're talking about, I'm on the side of freedom. You have the freedom to not get shot by a cop unless there is absolutely nothing else to be done about it.
How are the facts clear? The grand jury report says that the facts are inconclusive. Do you know something that they don't?
Read the evidence packet.
No, I don't. He wasn't a saint, far from it. He was a criminal. But he was shot by a cop when he shouldn't have been shot. And that's a problem whatever his skin color--
Right, so he was ordered to halt, and he ran. And then he was shot. Twice. Why was he shot running away from a cop?
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