Should Tony Nicklinson be allowed to end his life? His Twitter followers say no…Today’s Debate
Have you been following the story of 57-year oldTony Nicklinsonwho, following a stroke seven years ago, suffers from locked-in-syndrome?
AlthoughTonyis mentally aware, he is completely paralysed other than his eyes and has described his previously highly active and sociable life as ‘dull, miserable, demeaning, undignified and intolerable’. And this week, he will go to the high court and argue that a doctor should be allowed to lawfully end his life.
Since joiningTwitterlast week (composing histweetsvia special software) Tony has gained 15,000 followers who are reading his witty and coherent updates – the opposite of ‘Locked In’ syndrome.
Video: Tony Nicklinson Loses Right to Die Court Challenge
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