Should Assisted Suicide be Admitted? 11W1302018F Erika ABE
You : • Committed a murder. =Killed your partner. Your Partner : • Had an incurable disease . • Suffered from the pain. • Asked you to kill them. Background: • You truly love your partner. • Your partner had an incurable disease. • It was very heart-aching for you to see your partner in the pain. • Your partner asked you to kill him/her again and again. • You killed your partner to release him/her from pain . • The murder was committed not by self-centered desire or interests, but by your sympathy to release him/her from their disease.
To Consider of The Judgment…
• The murder was not committed by the self-centered desire.
• This case is the combination of suicide and murder .
-> In Japan, suicide or attempted suicide is not a sin.
= Japan admits people decide when they end their lives by their own minds.
• The victim admit and even encourage suspect to kill the victim.
Is this case totally same as the other murders?
Dilemma Why does this discussion rise? -> There’s a Dilemma in our each mind. The murder to release from the pain should be admitted. Whatever the situation is, the murder can’t be admitted.
The basis of this murder case is to release your partner from the pain.
-> Unlike the other murder cases.
What is law for?
-> Law should not be the rule to suffer people.
Your partner admit to be killed before you kill your partner.
-> There’s no point to judge you.
Whatever the situation is, the murder is always guilty .
-> Exceptions may lead the society to the chaos.
The desire to release yourself from being asked to kill may encourage you to commit a sin.
-> The motivations toward the murder are hy not only truly sympathy .
Why is assisted suicide not admitted ?
Which do we think more important, sympathy or moral ?
Is the punishment proper ?
We should consider the following points to decide whether the assisted suicide is guilty or not.
What If You had to decide whether you commit a murder for your partner? The End