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Salvo 32

Salvo 32

Department: Surveillance — Topic: EuthanasiaSalvo #32

Death Wish

The Dark Dealings of the Misnamed "Compassion & Choices" by Terrell Clemmons


Background

Former London Sunday Times reporter Derek Humphry founded the Hemlock Society in his garage in Santa Monica, California, in 1980, five years after helping his first wife Jean to die. From 1980 to 1992, he built it into a national organization, but by 1996 it had fractured into nine disparate factions "rarely speaking to each other." In 2005, two of the four still standing merged and took the name Compassion & Choices.

Compassion & Choices identifies itself as "the . . .


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