By Alex Schadenberg, Executive Director, Euthanasia Prevention Coalition Will Potter reported for the Daily Mail on July 9 that Kelsi Sheren (right), a Canadian military veteran who served in the Afghanistan war, is disgusted with the Canadian government’s attitude to euthanasia including making it available to veterans who are suffering from PTSD. Potter writes: Army veteran Kelsi Sheren was …Continue reading "Afghanistan veteran slams Canadian government for euthanasia of veterans"
By Right to Life UK Kelsi Sheren was sent to Afghanistan aged 19, after enlisting in the Canadian army in 2009. She developed PTSD as a result of her experiences and, since her return, has become an outspoken critic of Canada’s euthanasia laws, branding them “disgusting and unacceptable”. The army veteran, who witnessed a fellow soldier be …Continue reading "Canadian push to euthanize veterans branded “disgusting and unacceptable” by veteran with PTSD"