Child sex abuse victim aged in 20s allowed to kill herself after doctors decided post-traumatic stress was ‘incurable’11 May 2016
The woman was molested between the ages of five and 15 and had been suffering with post-traumatic stress since the abuse began
A woman in her twenties was allowed to take her own life after years of mental suffering following 10 years of sex abuse as a child
A victim of child sex abuse has been allowed to end her life after doctors decided her mental disorder was incurable, it’s been reported.
The woman, in her twenties, was molested between the ages of five and 15 and had been suffering with post-traumatic stress since the abuse began.
The woman, who has not been named, suffered from severe anorexia , chronic depression, suicidal mood swings, self-harming, hallucinations, obsessions and compulsions, according to papers released by the Dutch Euthanasia Commission.
Her condition had left her almost entirely bedridden and her psychiatrist said “there was no prospect or hope for her”, describing her suffering as “unbearable”.
A final medical report approved the “termination of life” order and the woman was given a lethal injection of drugs last year, the report said.
The papers reportedly concluded that the woman had been “totally competent” in making her decision and there was “no major depression or other mood disorder which affected her thinking”.
The woman, who has not been named, was given a lethal injection last year
The details of the case has been released by authorities in an apparent bid to justify euthanasia laws in the Netherlands.
But anti-euthanasia campaigners have hit out at the decision, including Labour MP Robert Flello, who said it suggests that being a victim of sexual abuse is punishable by death.
He told the Daily Mail: “It almost sends the message that if you are the victim of abuse, and as a result you get a mental illness, you are punished by being killed, that the punishment for the crime of being a victim is death.
“It serves to reinforce why any move towards legalising assisted suicide, or assisted dying, is so dangerous.”
The Netherlands introduced euthanasia laws in 2002 carrying out legal suicides with drugs – either injected for incapable patients or given to them for self-medication.
There were 5,561 euthanasia deaths in the country last year.
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Sex abuse victim in her 20s allowed to choose euthanasia in Holland after doctors decided her post-traumatic stress and other conditions were incurable
- Woman suffered from mental disorders after she was abused as a child
- Condition included severe anorexia, chronic depression and hallucinations
- Dutch woman, in her 20s, showed improvements after ‘intensive therapy’
- She was given lethal injection after doctors said treatment was hopeless
01:17, 11 May 2016
A former victim of child sex abuse has ended her life under Dutch euthanasia laws.
A former victim of child sex abuse has ended her life under Dutch euthanasia laws because she could not live with her mental suffering.
The woman, in her twenties, was given a lethal injection after doctors and psychiatrists decided that her post-traumatic stress disorder and other conditions were incurable.
It went ahead despite improvements in the woman’s psychological condition after ‘intensive therapy’ two years ago, and even though doctors in the Netherlands accept that a demand for death from a psychiatric patient may be no more than a cry for help.
The woman, who has not been named, began to suffer from mental disorders 15 years ago following sexual abuse, according to the papers released by the Dutch Euthanasia Commission. The timescale means she was abused between the ages of five and 15.
News of her death angered anti-euthanasia MPs and disability campaigners in Britain. One Labour MP said it meant sex abuse victims were now being punished with death.
It comes at a time of continued controversy over assisted dying in Britain. A steady flow of people from this country travel to die legally at the Dignitas clinic in Switzerland, and judges and the courts appear to be leaning in favour of making it legal to help someone to die.
Details of the Dutch case were released by authorities anxious to justify euthanasia laws and to demonstrate that mercy killings are carried out under full and correct medical supervision.
The papers said that the woman, who was killed last year, had post-traumatic stress disorder that was resistant to treatment. Her condition included severe anorexia, chronic depression and suicidal mood swings, tendencies to self-harm, hallucinations, obsessions and compulsions.
She also had physical difficulties and was almost entirely bedridden. Her psychiatrist said ‘there was no prospect or hope for her. The patient experienced her suffering as unbearable’.
The woman, in her twenties, was given a lethal injection after doctors and psychiatrists decided that her post-traumatic stress disorder and other conditions were incurable. Pictured, a euthanasia clinic in The Hague. It is not known where the unnamed woman involved in the case took her own life
However, the papers also disclosed that two years before her death the woman’s doctors called for a second opinion, and on the advice of the new doctors she had an intensive course of trauma therapy. ‘This treatment was temporarily partially successful,’ the documents said.
HOW THE LAWS ON DYING DIFFER
Netherlands: Euthanasia laws were introduced in 2002. In 2015 there were 5,561 euthanasia deaths; only four were found by review officials to have been marred by ‘irregularities’.
Euthanasia is carried out with drugs, either injected for incapable patients, or provided for self-medication. Psychiatric patients can be put to death at their own request despite their mental illness.
Britain: MPs voted against an Assisted Dying Bill last year by 336 votes to 118. But the courts continue to lean in favour of laws permitting assisted dying.
Guidelines effectively mean that no one who helps someone to die will be prosecuted for assisting a suicide, a crime that carries a 14-year maximum sentence, unless they did so for financial reasons.
Treatment was abandoned last year after independent consultants were called in and said the case was hopeless.
The consultants also said that despite her ‘intolerable’ physical and mental suffering, chronic depression and mood swings, she was entirely competent to make the decision to take her own life.
The patient, they said, was ‘totally competent’ and there was ‘no major depression or other mood disorder which affected her thinking’. A final GP’s report approved the ‘termination of life’ order and the woman was killed by an injection of lethal drugs, the report said.
In Britain yesterday her case was condemned as ‘horrendous’ by Labour MP Robert Flello.
He said: ‘It almost sends the message that if you are the victim of abuse, and as a result you get a mental illness, you are punished by being killed, that the punishment for the crime of being a victim is death.
‘It serves to reinforce why any move towards legalising assisted suicide, or assisted dying, is so dangerous.’
Tory MP Fiona Bruce, chairman of the Parliamentary All-Party Pro-Life Group, said: ‘This tragic situation shows why euthanasia should never be legalised in this country. What this woman needed, at a desperate point in her young life, was help and support to overcome her problems, not the option of euthanasia.’
Nikki Kenward, of the disability rights group Distant Voices, said: ‘It is both horrifying and worrying that mental health professionals could regard euthanasia in any form as an answer to the complex and deep wounds that result from sexual abuse.’ Source dailymail
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Purely my opinion…
I am not sure what to make of this, I am in two minds (That’s NOT “mental illness”)
On one hand, I think that if this is true, then the Doctors have committed murder. Perfectly healthy wee lassie. She didn’t have a mental illness, SHE WAS SEVERELY TRAUMATISED after a decade of horrific abuse, her mental state was PERFECTLY NORMAL & NATURAL that’s how the brain is meant to work. ANY HALFWAY DECENT PSYCHIATRIST KNOWS, what we’ve been told about mental health is a DOWNRIGHT FUKIN LIE. (links to back this up at bottom o page) Mental health MAKES MONEY. pharmaceutical companies are RAKING IT IN at the expense o people that need a wee bit help. They also used mental health system as a way to silence people. Especially VIPaedo Whistleblowers (any whistleblowers for that matter!) Its also human experimentation. These drugs haven’t been tested properly. They are WORSE than a placebo.
THEY MURDERED A WEE LASSIE (oh look mental health service have killed AGAIN)
It immediately occurred to me that this story may not be true. It is entirely possible this is psychological fukshittery. They may be trying to send a message to anyone that is mentally being put through the wringer, people who already are feeling suicidal. They MAY be sewing a wee seed in the heads of the (what they call) mentally ill.
They may as well have said…. If you are struggling mentally, HERE IS A WAY OUT. We will even help you on your way & make it VERY easy for you
The timing is not exactly a hindrance to them either.. When half the world has a VIPaedo Child abuse Inquiry goin on.. Wouldn’t it be oh so convenient for them if some survivors were to take their own lives?? Plus we know they don’t gi a flyin toot about us, the lowly peasant scum. They desperately want to depopulate.
This “news report” certainly doesn’t harm their cause. Does it?
EITHER way.. I only have 1 thing to say..
If you are are struggling mentally, PLEASE don’t pay attention to this “news report” Talk to someone, a friend, relative, whoever. There are many great wee charities out there wi professionals to help. (Although I personally would steer clear o the govt ones & go for local charity) There are also survivor groups etc, people that are in a very similar position, Because no matter how alone and isolated you feel, you aren’t alone. Infact, I think most people have felt suicidal at one time or another. I did, a looooong time ago. Luckily I did not succeed!! Few years & several kids later, I am bloody grateful to be here. No matter how shitty life can be at times!!
Mental Health LIES
- THE LUNATICS ARE RUNNING THE ASYLUMS! PSYCHIATRY’S PSYCHOPATHS
- Dr Russell L Blaylock: Exposes Nazi Healthcare, Vaccines, Aspartame etc
- Andrew Wakefield: MMR VACCINES & AUTISM
- Expert Says “We could stop almost all psychotropic drugs without causing harm”
Pharmaceutical Phuck ups