Euthanasia for 'depressed' alleged murderer (Aust)

By July 6, 2014 Recent News

Mobile News 4 July 2014
EUTHANASIA campaigner Philip Nitschke denies he went too far in helping a fit and healthy but depressed man end his life.
Perth man Nigel Brayley, 45, died in May after taking euthanasia drug Nembutal, because he feared he would be charged with his wife’s murder.
His former wife Lina, 37, died in February 2011 after she fell from the top of Statham’s Quarry in the Perth Hills while taking photographs.
Her death was initially believed to be an accident, but, after Mr Brayley died, it was revealed he was being investigated for his alleged involvement in her death.
Dr Nitschke said in a statement on Thursday that Mr Brayley had attended an Exit International workshop in Perth in February and purchased the banned Peaceful Pill eHandbook.