Euthanasia vs Abortion
What about the other end of the bathtub curve? Although euthanasia is essentially banned and considered legally murder, if my grandmother,97, dies in hospital should the police spend as many resources investigating the death as for a 20 year old? Should mercy-kills, euthanasia, be classed as a separate crime, even if the punishment remains unchanged? Should doctors be both the suspects and the ones in charge of the evidence? If you mourn less for somebody because they are at a risky end of the bathtub curve, would it matter as much what caused it? If Kylie felt under stress due to an argument and she ended up miscarrying, would she want the police to investigate it as they would a death of a baby? Would all conceptions have to be registered?