I think this is both very surprising from a legal standpoint and very interesting in light of this sub's recent discussions on euthanasia. I am just paraphrasing, but I think I read some comments here about how euthanasia is not practiced but high doses of opioids are given to terminally ill patients that inevitably have the effect of a slow fade. How is this case charging a doctor with 25 counts of murder going to affect that?
A prior discussion of this case when it was still in the investigation stage a few months ago is here:
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