Is killing lawful?
February 10, 2018 12:37am CST
Some people would say killing is lawful. If one of your relative is under coma for a long period of time Doctors might suggest euthanasia for that person. And if someone was rape and the rape incident makes her pregnant some people might suggest abortion. Is killing now lawful? What can you say about this
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No law is supporting killing until and unless it demands for the situation. If a person is in comma for long time, then also Law won't allow to kill the person. In case of abortion, Law allows it only when there is any danger in the health of either of the party (mother or baby).
@ebanreb There was a case in India before some months, a 10 year old become pregnant and her parents could find it out in a later stage. The pregnancy crossed the abortion stage doctors disagreed to abort and parents approached Court but Court also denied the permission telling the fetus also grown enough and can't allow to kill the baby and the abortion may harm mother too. The child was not even aware about the process gone through in her body and she complaints stomach pain which leads to the doctor for medicine.
• Worcester, England
It'd totally depend on the situation. I'm pro euthanasia under controlled conditions but it is illegal here in the uk. I'm pro choice but would like to see the the time threshold drastically reduced as to when an abortion can be performed as a baby can survive at the legal max for abortion these days.