“ According to statement released by Ontario’s Special Investigation Unit late Thursday, Preston died at London’s Victoria Hospital of the injuries he sustained during Monday’s incident.”
My wife would have said after reading the article, something like: ‘does that reporter have loose-screws or something?—Duh! No, he didn’t die of his injuries; he died because his legal guardians did not want to have to take care of a severely disabled family member.’
“Preston’s sister-in-law said Preston’s three daughters decided to take him off life-support on Thursday.”
There you go!—Voila! This was done without any law being passed, to l-e-g-a-l-i-z-e killing. He did not die from injuries!—Do all reporters understand that?—Not if they all have a severe cognitive disability! Mr. Preston was unplugged far too early to have a chance to recover. Now, Officer Ironsides wonders if maybe this case should be investigated.
The case would question if at any time he had a living-will written, authorized and signed prior to the devaluing crisis which severely impaired him.