Jahi McMath and the Farce That Is Called ‘Brain Death’

Posted: January 14, 2014 in America, conscience, death panel, obamacare, Right to Life
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SOME STATES ALLOW A “CONSCIENCE” EXEMPTION TO A “BRAIN DEATH” PRONOUNCEMENT OF DEATH, if the patient is of religions such as Orthodox Judaism, Eastern Orthodox Christianity, or Japanese Shintoism that only accept cardiac criteria as true death.  This brings up the intriguing possibility that Jahi, although declared dead in California, may be legally alive by another state’s criteria because her family’s religious beliefs do not accept “brain death” as death. – James Coulter, American Thinker (more…)


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