German Nurse May Have Killed More Than 100 PatientsBy Alex Schadenberg, Executive Director - Euthanasia Prevention Coalition
NRL News Today - November 10, 2017
Medical killing is a world-wide phenomenon.
A Reuters news article is reporting that Niels Högel’s, the German nurse who was convicted of killing 2 patients between 2000 – 2005, is now suspected to have killed at least 102 people.
In August, German police indicated that Högel’s was responsible for at least 86 deaths. Reuters suggests that the death count may continue to rise.
If anyone thinks that Högel’s murders could have been prevented if assisted death was legal and regulated in Germany, think again.
None of the euthanasia laws have a mechanism to prevent this type of abuse of the law and all of the euthanasia laws require doctor who lethally inject a person to self-report the death.
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