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The bombing death of a husband set to remove the feeding tube of his wife, who's in a persistent vegetative state, focuses the investigation on the protesters.

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The bombing death of a husband set to remove the feeding tube of his wife, who's in a persistent vegetative state, focuses the investigation on the protesters.

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Judge Morris Torledsky: Well, I never thought I'd be saying this, but how do you plead, Reverend?
Reverand Harlan Dwyer: I am not guilty, your Honor.
Attorney Carvey: We all know that the only reason, Reverend Dwyer stands accused here today is because he opposed the murder of a helpless young woman. Because he stood up for life.
Alexandra Borgia: He is here for his role in the death of one individual and the injury of four others.
[protesters begin shouting "He saved Karen!" and other things]
Judge Morris Torledsky: Remove those people from the courtroom! In fact, escort them out of the building. ...
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I was His soldier. I was the one who carried out the mission.
30 December 2017 | by See all my reviews

A grieving husband removed life support from his wife, who spent the last years in a vegetative state. A huge crowd of protesters were placed outside the hospital, insulting him for what he had done. Shortly after he blowed up together with his car much to the audiences surprise. Detectives found it hard to realize who could have done that, due to all the menacing letters the victim had received before the accident. Anyway the ones more upset with him are the wife's family, an old style christian family who hate the victim even because he started a new life with another girl. When detectives realized a reverend (John Aylward) so close to the family was the one who commissioned the bomb, they were about to close the loop, but jurors could be symphatetic on this delicate issue...

This episode focus the attention on a delicate matter of debating. Did a person on vegetative state deserve to live? Is she willing to live in that situation if she had a choice? I don't think some preachers should take media attention, it's all free publicity for them.


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