Disabled man seeks pro-assisted suicide court ruling

Via The Christian Institute:

A severely disabled man from Glasgow has mounted a challenge in Scotland’s highest court claiming he is “being discriminated against” because he is unable to end his own life.


Gordon Ross, 66, who suffers from Parkinson’s disease, has asked the court to rule that the Lord Advocate must produce guidance on assisted suicide, similar to England and Wales.


But pro-life group Care Not Killing said that there are great pressures on vulnerable people to avoid placing “unfair burdens” on others.