Altho I must declare an interest in this publication as I am mentioned in it, it is an interesting glimpse into the inner workings of the progressive, investigative side of the worldwide euthanasia movement, who's behind it, what advances it has made, who drove it, and so on.
Extremely well written by Richard Cote who previous to this research and publication had no connections to the right-to-die movement. The illustrations are interesting, too. Because it deliberately 'flew under the radar,' this is the first telling of an unusual story.
It is the ten-year account of an unorganized, interesting group of people (Philip Nitschke, John Hofsess, George Exoo, Charles Whitcher,… Read more