– Marguerite Doré
BELLEVUE, WA, USA, July 20, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Lawyer Marguerite Doré, President of Choice is an illusion, who has fought against the legalization of assisted suicide and euthanasia in the United States and around the world, has released the following statement as part of the filing of a constitutional challenge amicus brief, which seeks to invalidate the New Jersey Medical Aid in Dying for the Terminal Illness Act. The case of Petro et al v. Grewal is pending before the New Jersey Superior Court, Appeal Division, A-003837-19.
“’Assisted Dying’ is a euphemism for physician-assisted suicide, assisted suicide and euthanasia. The amicus brief argues that the physician-assisted dying for terminal illness law is against the individual, and is not limited to those near death and unconstitutional because of the way it has been. promulgated.
“The law is based on similar laws in Oregon and Washington State. Oregon law came into effect in 1997. Nearly identical Washington law came into effect in 2009.
“All three laws apply to people with a life expectancy of six months or less. These people may in fact have years or decades to live.
“A well-known example is that of Jeanette Hall. In 2000, she made the final decision to use Oregon law. Her doctor convinced her to be treated for cancer instead, so she is alive today, twenty-one years later.
“The New Jersey Constitution protects against the passing of deceptive laws, which has happened here. The title and conclusions of the law are misleading as to the content of the law, which makes it unconstitutional.
“The New Jersey legislature understood that it was enacting a strictly voluntary law limited to the dying. According to the title of the law, it was not clear that the law would legalize assisted suicide and euthanasia.
“According to the Attorney General, the law only applies to people, patients and providers, who voluntarily choose to participate in the provisions of the law. As for the trial judge, he was not persuaded that the Act specifically provided for assisted suicide and euthanasia. But the law does not have to be voluntary. The Act deals with assisted suicide and euthanasia.
“The title of the law also uses the expression ‘assisted dying’, which means assisted suicide and euthanasia.
“The law does not impose any control on the administration of the lethal dose. No doctor, not even a witness, is required to be present at the death.
“The drugs used are soluble in water and / or alcohol, so they can be injected into a sleeping or restrained person without their consent. Even if the patient struggled, who would know?
“People assisting in suicide or performing euthanasia may have an agenda. Take the example of Tami Sawyer, administrator of Thomas Middleton in Oregon where assisted suicide is legal. Two days after her death by assisted suicide , she sold her house and deposited the proceeds into bank accounts for her own benefit.
“Also consider Graham Morant, who was convicted of advising his wife to take her own life in Australia. His motive: to obtain life insurance.
“New Jersey law has a formal application process for obtaining the lethal dose. Once the lethal dose is dispensed from the pharmacy, there is no monitoring. No witness, not even a doctor, is required to be present at the time of death. If the patient opposes or even struggles, who would know?
“Deaths under the law are declared as natural on the death certificate. In this situation, the heir of a patient, who participates in the death of the patient, is allowed to inherit.
“With the passage of the law, residents of New Jersey with money – middle class and above – have become sitting ducks to their heirs and other financial predators. Passage of the law created a perfect crime.
For more detailed information, read Dore’s brief.
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