A Voice Unheard
The Latimer Case and People With DisabilitiesBook - 1999
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On October 12, 1993, Robert Latimer, a Saskatchewan grain farmer, killed his 13-year old daughter, Tracy, by carbon monoxide poisoning. Tracy had severe spastic cerebral palsy which had necessitated several surgeries; and faced the prospect of tube feeding. Latimer was tried and convicted for murder; lost upon appeal; and served 10 years in prison. The author presents an argument against legalizing euthenasia especially of the disabled.
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