INTERNATIONAL MICAIAH BILGER NOV 21, 2016 | 4:07PM SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA
A euthanasia advocate with a sordid reputation said his group plans to use a drone to deliver illegal euthanasia drugs to a nursing home patient in Australia.
The Age reports Exit International director Philip Nitschke said a fellow euthanasia advocate from Melbourne recently had a “cardiac incident” and their health has gone downhill. The person currently lives in a nursing home. Nitschke said the person kept the drug Nembutal, used for euthanasia, at their home, but they cannot access it at the nursing home. Euthanasia is illegal in Australia.
His group hopes to use a drone to fly the deadly drug to the patient in the nursing home, according to the report. However, the euthanasia activists are running into problems.