Mark Mostert

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The Death Penalty is “Cruel and Unusual Punishment,” But You Can Starve Patients to Death
Washington, DC | 2/3/15

Recently, the United States Supreme Court announced it would review the procedure for lethal injection used for death row inmates across the nation and whether or not that procedure is unconstitutional. According to the report, “cruel and unusual’ punishment concerns have been raised after a few executions didn’t go as planned, violating the rights of the person being executed.

Killing Has Taken Its Toll: Abortion’s Slippery Slope Has Turned Into Euthanasia
Washington, DC | 12/17/14

Anybody paying attention to what has happened in our nation, and worldwide for that matter, regarding the lack of reverence for the dignity of life, is probably aware of the advances the culture of death has made over the past several decades. Here is some of what has happened:

Glenn Beck to Headline Third Annual Terri Schiavo Life & Hope Award Gala
Washington, DC | 12/2/14

The Terri Schiavo Life & Hope Network is pleased to announce two events, as part of Terri’s Day 2015, that will be held in Philadelphia on March 31st, 2015, the 10-year anniversary of Terri Schiavo’s death.

Shocking Report Will Reveal How Doctors Hasten Death to Harvest Patients’ Organs
Washington, DC | 9/26/14

A silent and deadly epidemic is moving across America. No one is broadcasting it. No one is writing about it. Almost no one is even talking about it. But every day in hospitals, nursing homes and hospices across the country, more and more of our medically vulnerable loved ones are being euthanized.

Yes, We Have a Culture of Death
Washington, DC | 9/23/14

According to research reviewed by board-certified medical geneticist and Co-Director of the Down Syndrome Program at Massachusetts General Hospital, Dr. Skotko, it is estimated that 92 percent of all women who receive a prenatal diagnosis of Down syndrome abort their baby.

The State Almost Starved Haleigh Poutre to Death, Look at Her Now
Boston, MA | 8/5/14

Aside from the misleading claim in the article referring to my sister, Terri Schiavo, as being in a persistent vegetative state (PVS), the Boston Globe did a wonderful follow-up story on Haleigh Poutre’s tragic situation.

The Sad Fate of Casey Kasem: Death by Dehydration
Washington, DC | 6/12/14

A Los Angeles Superior Court Judge reversed his own ruling, permitting Casey Kasem’s daughter, Kerri Kasem, to remove her father’s food and hydration (via feeding tube), which will result in his death by starvation and dehydration. Kasem’s wife of 33 years, Jean Kasem, is fighting for the life of her husband, with her attorney, Steve Haney, calling the judge’s decision, "the functional equivalent of a death sentence."

Ignore the Advancing Euthanasia Culture at Your Peril, Your Loved Ones May be Starved to Death
Washington, DC | 6/11/14

I wonder if we are paying attention to some of the more recent stories that have been reported in regards to euthanasia and assisted suicide. Arguably, the most troubling of them have been reported overseas, however things here in our country are getting worse, as well.

Saying Patients are PVS Allows Courts to Starve Them to Death, What if the Diagnosis is Wrong?
Washington, DC | 4/21/14

I have written time and time again about the dangerous and dehumanizing persistent vegetative state (PVS) diagnosis. Actually, we saw in my family's battle to save my sister, Terri Schiavo, from death by dehydration, that a tremendous amount of debate raged over whether or not she was in this condition.

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