About mercy killing

@mypigbox (2245)
China
January 19, 2007 7:53am CST
What do you think about mercy killing? It is legal in some country. Mybe i support it. What is your opinion?
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@Spid4r (177)
• India
24 Jan 07
Mercy killing is still murder. No matter how much the person thinks they need it.
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@mypigbox (2245)
• China
24 Jan 07
Mercy killing is legal in some place/country.So it is not murder for all.Cater to need of ones is important things in the world.
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24 Jan 07
I do also think mercy killing is a murder but for a sick or injured animal its ok !
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• United States
24 Jan 07
Exactly .. For humans, no, never! That is putting into the hands of another person the decision of whether your life still has value. A very sick or injured person can be maintained without pain to the person. Should it become legal to allow another person to decide someones life should be ended, what that will lead to is MURDER!
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• Philippines
29 Jan 07
Mercy killing is not illegal in here, it depends on the family members and for health and medical reasons as well. And if everybody (from the family) agrees to do that, who would tell the police? I guess it is not a crime, in animals it is very common especially if there are viruses.
• India
24 Jan 07
yes it is has been legalised in the netherlands, im in favour of such a legislation but it must be ensured that its not misused n a fool-proof system needs 2 b in place 2 keep a check on this
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@mypigbox (2245)
• China
24 Jan 07
That is the key point.Who can do it legal?When will person do it?
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@sahyd2don (2948)
• India
22 Jan 07
I don't support mercy killing nomatter what the patien is suffering from.Suppose if the cure for the desease is invented a day after we kill the patient then how would you feel.
@mypigbox (2245)
• China
24 Jan 07
There is lots of dispute about it.Mybe it can be choose by patient themselves.They have suffering.living or no pain is their right.
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@perugu (5281)
• India
19 Jan 07
hi,I feel nothing wrong in it.It can be well defined a person who need it,others can't explain as effectively.As a outer we may discuss any thing,whether it is use or not.But a sufferer who needs it,if we think on behalf of him all we support.
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@iokyoo (143)
• Pakistan
24 Mar 07
This dilemma seems to be rooted in the conflict between the duty to relieve suffering and the duty to preserve human life.I think we should adopt euthanasia.In the first,a patient should have the right to die with dignity.since there is no hope of recovery,a suffering patient may wihs to end his life peacefully rather than to suffer endlessly.