Netherlands Supreme Court Rules Doctors Can Euthanize Dementia Patients

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“Put Down Like Animals:” Doctors Euthanize Mentally Disabled Patients Without Consent

Doctors in the Netherlands will now be permitted to euthanise vulnerable dementia patients, even if the patient explicitly expresses a wish not to die, a Dutch Supreme Court has ruled. Michael Robinson, SPUC Director of Communications said: “Vulnerable patients who deserve care and compassion are now to be put down like animals.

Netherlands Supreme Court Rules Doctors Can Euthanize Dementia Patients

More than 20 years ago, the Dutch Supreme Court approved the assisted suicide of a woman in despair because her children had died. So we shouldn’t be surprised that it has now explicitly approved the forced euthanasia of patients with dementia if they asked to be killed before becoming incompetent.

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