You can’t tell someone how to feel. But this is sad:
The Saskatchewan farmer who killed his severely disabled daughter almost 20 years ago says he has no regrets. In a CBC interview, 57-year-old Robert Latimer says he knew the 1993 mercy killing of his daughter Tracy was the right thing to do.
I’ll also take issue with the language used in the report. There is no such thing as a “mercy killing.” He killed his daughter, full stop.
Brigitte wonders: Would “mercy murder” make murder sound somehow better? Then why do people use “mercy killing” as a way to soften the killing part?by