• Assisted Suicide
Assisted suicide occurs when a person assists another person's suicide by providing the means, encouragement or information to perform the life ending act. If the assisting person is a doctor, the event may be termed physician-assisted suicide.
• Other People Can Have an Agenda
Persons assisting a suicide can have their own agenda: an adult child wanting an inheritance, a doctor wanting to hide malpractice or a stranger seeking financial gain.
• Reported Motives for Assisted Suicide
In other states, reported motives for assisting suicide include: the “thrill” of getting other people to kill themselves; a desire for sympathy and attention; and “want[ing] to see someone die.”*
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