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Adam and Eve tail

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Would the Supreme Court charge a son with murder who assisted in his mother’s wish of suicide?

Allen is a Massachusetts pharmacist who wants to help his chronically ill mother fulfill her wish of suicide. Allen is knowledgeable about drug effects, and wants to give his mother a drug cocktail of non-prescription over the counter drugs that he knows will stop his mothers heart while she sleeps. Using the Washington et al. v. Glucksberg et al., U.S. Supreme Court and the Constitution, write a 3 -4 page legal memo advising Allen whether you think Supreme Court precedent would allow him to do this without being charged with murder. You must support your opinion with case-law and/or the Constitution.

Your lead question is not the same as the rest of the question specifics indicate. As has already been answered, the SCOTUS does not charge anyone with any crime. As for the specifics of your question, my clue would be that it would be one matter to mix the cocktail and leave it where his mother had access to it; quite another to mix it and administer it. I am not familiar with the case law cited, but I’ll bet if YOU were to actually READ it, it would give you good insight into completing YOUR assignment.

Suzie tail: "The Champion: Part One"

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Duration : 5 min 13 sec

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Love tail Dresses?

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Michael Jackson’s Dying Wish to Live Forever.

2 Michael Jacksons Dying Wish to Live Forever.Michael Jackson’s death confirmed as homicide

www.chinaview.cn 2009-08-29 08:28:20 Print

LOS ANGELES, Aug. 28 (Xinhua) — Pop star Michael Jackson’s death was a homicide caused by prescription medications, the Los Angeles County coroner’s office announced on Friday.

Pop star Michael Jackson waves to supporters as he leaves the Santa Barbara County Courthouse after he was found not guilty in Santa Maria, California in this June 13, 2005 file photo. Jackson died from a lethal dose of the powerful anesthetic propofol given in a tail of drugs, leading authorities to suspect his doctor of manslaughter, court documents showed on August 24, 2009. (Xinhua/Reuters Photo)
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Jackson died of acute propofol intoxication — a powerful sedative — and the effects of the anti-anxiety drug lorazepam, the office said in a final ruling.

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Other drugs found in Jackson’s system were midazolam, diazepam, lidocaine and ephedrine, according to the office’s investigation.

The coroner’s report remains under seal pending the completion of a Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) investigation into the singer’s death.

Also on Friday, the LAPD said state and federal drug-enforcement agencies are conducting separate investigations into issues that ” may not be directly related to the cause of death.”

LAPD officials said their investigation was ongoing “and will result in the case being presented to the Los Angeles County District Attorney for filing consideration.”

Jackson died June 25 at his rented Holmby Hills mansion in Los Angeles at age 50, just days before he was to perform a series of concerts in London.

Jackson’s doctor Conrad Murray told investigators that he had given Jackson the drug early the morning of his death, according to the earlier warrant.

Dr. Conrad Murray, personal physician for Michael Jackson, is shown in this undated publicity photograph released to Reuters August 18, 2009. The coroner investigation into Jackson’s death found he had lethal levels of the powerful anesthetic propofol in his body, and Murray told detectives he gave Jackson the drug to treat insomnia, the Los Angeles Times reported on August 24, 2009.(Xinhua/Reuters Photo)
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He said he had given him the medication in the past, but was trying to wean him off of the drug, fearing that he was developing an addiction.

Murray said he gave Jackson a series of medications over the course of that night because the singer could not sleep.

According to court documents, Jackson repeatedly demanded the propofol, which he referred to as his “milk,” and Murray finally agreed.

Murray told investigators he left Jackson for about two minutes to go to the bathroom, and when he returned, he found Jackson not breathing.

Investigators are trying to determine if charges are warranted against Murray or other doctors who may have prescribed or administered the medication, which is usually used only in hospitals during surgery.

Murray’s home in Las Vegas and offices in Nevada and Houston have all been searched in recent weeks by Los Angeles police and federal agents. Previous court filings from those searches indicated that investigators were conducting a manslaughter investigation.

Murray has denied any wrongdoing, saying he did not administer any medications that should have led to the singer’s death.

Murray’s attorney, Edward Chernoff, issued a statement on Friday, saying the coroner’s announcement is “nothing new,” and questioned why any announcement was made while the autopsy remained sealed.

“In any case, this has all the earmarks of police gamesmanship, and we will not be responding until we get a full autopsy report, including the entire list of drugs found in Mr. Jackson, their quantities and all other data that would allow independent medical experts to analyze and interpret.”

Meanwhile, Jackson’s family issued a statement, saying :

“The Jackson family again wishes to commend the actions of the coroner, the LAPD and other law enforcement agencies, and looks forward to the day that justice can be served.”

Editor: Li Xianzhi

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ActiFruit 20 Soft Chew From Enzymatic Therapy

 ActiFruit 20 Soft Chew From Enzymatic Therapy

ActiFruit 20 Soft Chew From Enzymatic Therapy Clinically shown to promote urinary tract health † ActiFruit Cranberry Supplement 1 tasty whole fruit chew for all-day protection † Ultra-Concentrated Whole Cranberry Nutrients: 34 pounds of fresh cranberries yields one pound of cranberry whole fruit concentrate(other products use only the juice) Patented Extended Release system: Delivers nurturing bioactives throughout the day † Clinically Studied: Cranberry has been shown to promote bladder and urinary tract health † Up to 7 Times the Protection with Less Calories*** One chew has up to 7 times more antioxidants and only 6% of the sugar found in 1 glass of the leading brand of cranberry juice cocktail*** (refer to chart on outer carton). Supplement Facts Serving Size 1 Soft Chew Calories 20 Total Carbohydrate 4 g 1 Sugars 2 g * Sodium 10 mg Cranberry Whole Fruit Concentrate 500 mg * D-Mannose 50 mg * ContainsNo: yeast, wheat, gluten, corn, soy, dairy products, artificial flavoring, preservatives, ingredients of animal origin, All colors used are from natural sources. Recommendations One soft chew daily. ***Based on an independent laboratory test comparing levels of anthocyanins (a known antioxidant) in the cranberry whole fruit concentrate and a leading brand of cranberry juice cocktail. If pregnant, nursing, or taking prescription drugs, consult your healthcare practitioner prior to use. Patent #6,231,866. Other U.S. and foreign patents pending. ETI is an FDA-registered Drug Establishment. Color variations are normal. This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. ActiFruit 20 Soft Chew From Enzymatic Therapy UPC:763948078424

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ActiFruit Cranberry Supplement 30 Capsule From Enzymatic Therapy

 ActiFruit Cranberry Supplement 30 Capsule From Enzymatic Therapy

ActiFruit Cranberry Supplement 30 Capsule From Enzymatic Therapy High-potency cranberry – clinically shown to promote urinary tract health † 1 capsule = antioxidants in 7 glasses of cranberry juice cocktail*** ActiFruit Cranberry Supplement With the Cran-Max Advantage 1 capsule per day for Whole Fruit all-day protection † Ultra-Concentrated Whole Cranberry Nutrients: 34 pounds of fresh cranberries yields one pound of Cran-Max (other products use only the juice) Patented BioShield Extended Release system: Delivers nurturing bioactives throughout the day † Clinically Studied: The first branded whole-cranberry supplement shown to promote bladder and urinary tract health † Up to 7 Times the Protection with Less Calories*** One capsule has up to 7 times more antioxidants and only 1% of the sugar found in 1 glass of the leading brand of cranberry juice cocktail*** (refer to chart on outer carton). Supplement Facts Serving Size 1 Capsule Cranberry Whole Fruit Concentrate 500 mg * ContainsNo: sugar, salt, yeast, wheat, gluten, corn, soy, dairy products, artificial coloring, artificial flavoring, preservatives, ingredients of animal origin, This product contains natural ingredients; color variations are normal. Recommendations One capsule daily. ***Based on an independent laboratory test comparing levels of anthocyanins (a known antioxidant) in the cranberry whole fruit concentrate and a leading brand of cranberry juice cocktail. If pregnant, nursing, or taking prescription drugs, consult your healthcare practitioner prior to use. Patent #6,231,866. Other U.S. and foreign patents pending. ETI is an FDA-registered Drug Establishment. This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. ActiFruit Cranberry Supplement 30 Capsule From Enzymatic Therapy UPC:763948078332

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Dr. Reef Karim on Jackson Addiction

2 Dr. Reef Karim on Jackson AddictionMedical expert Dr. Reef Karim joins Madison Michele to decipher the combination of all the drugs that Michael Jackson was taking. Jackson’s addiction to prescription pills may have played into the dangerous tail that may have brought Jackson to his last breath. Get in the know here!

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“DOES HIV CAUSE AIDS?” -”HIV CAUSA L’ AIDS?”- Daniele Mandrioli – 2/2 ITA-ENGsub

2 DOES HIV CAUSE AIDS?  HIV CAUSA L AIDS?  Daniele Mandrioli   2/2 ITA ENGsubLe prove che HIV NON sia causa necessaria e sufficiente dell’ AIDS sono sempre piu’ schiaccianti. Anche i dati ufficiali provenienti dai ministeri e dall’ OMS fanno scricchiolare questa ipotesi. Questi dati e queste prove vengono qui ampiamente discussi. Viene poi anche trattato l’aspetto terapeutico, che evidenzia i gravissimi effetti collaterali causati dai farmaci antiretrovirali. Ma la terapia antiretrovirale allunga almeno la sopravvivenza dei malati di AIDS? L’epidemia si sta veramente diffondendo in Europa e in Africa? A queste e a tante altre domande si e’ cercato di dare in questa tesi una risposta.

CANDIDATO: Daniele Mandrioli

RELATORE: Prof. Giovanni Pierini, Tossicologo Forense del Dip. di Medicina Legale, Universita’ di Bologna

SLIDES DESIGNER: Alberto Bacchelli

11/3/2009, Bologna

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