He goes on to note that it is nobody else's business if someone should choose to end his or her own life. Whatever else might be said about this, suicide itself is not a crime. It is only at the point when others make it their business to be involved in killing that society rightly becomes concerned.
Finally, he suggests that the only opposition to assisted suicide comes from religious cranks. All other considerations aside, such intemperate blustering about the rational concerns of those who disagree with the proposed legislation should convince impartial observers of the recklessness of Mr Hinnrichs' position.
(DR) STEPHEN WATT