Assisted suicide case study: ‘We had to sneak off under cover’ As her plane touched down at Luton, Lesley Close, 52, was half expecting to be met by the police. “I didn’t allow myself to think those thoughts before,” she said. But having just accompanied her brother, John, to Zurich for an assisted suicide organised by Dignitas, her grief was now heightened by fear.
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