Lisa Daxer comments

Posted in: Man arrested for attempting to kill 96-year-old mother at nursing home See in context

What a horrible son! One should respect one's 96-year-old mother. And even if one does not, that does not excuse murder! At the very worst he might have left her at the retirement home and let them care for her.

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Posted in: Man arrested over death of 84-year-old mother See in context

We have this problem in the United States too. People don't respect their own disabled family members anymore. They die from neglect and abuse and sometimes they're murdered. It's behind closed doors that people get away with it. Everyone should keep a watch on their elderly neighbors, become friends with them, keep them from being hidden away. If you see that they are thin or dirty or abused, you can report it and save their lives.

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Posted in: 87-year-old man arrested for killing bedridden wife See in context

It makes me angry that she is considered not to be worth living because she has an illness. He killed her. She deserved good care, not murder. He should have taken her to a hospital and said that he cannot care for her anymore. It must have been horrible for her to realize that her own husband that she loved was killing her.

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Posted in: Woman jailed for 4 years for murder, assisted suicide of parents See in context

She and her father conspired to kill an innocent woman, their mother and wife. That is wrong. You should respect your parent or your wife, not kill them. He only escaped punishment by committing suicide. Four years is not long enough.

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Posted in: Man in wheelchair, helper die after being hit by car in Yamaguchi See in context

The wheelchair would have made it harder to see the man. Sitting in a wheelchair, you're not as tall, and harder to see. People who use wheelchairs are hit by cars more often than walking pedestrians, unfortunately. I wonder if perhaps we could sell small, bright-colored flags to attach to the wheelchair, so that it would be more visible to cars?

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Posted in: 52-year-old man arrested over death of 82-year-old mother See in context

It happens in America too. Parents kill their own disabled children, children kill their parents. If they really can't take care of them, they can take them to a hospital and say they can't; or if it's a child they can give up custody; but sometimes they don't. Sometimes they kill them instead. Maybe they think they own their relatives--like, if they kill them, then no one else can ever have them. I think it happens when people start to think that a disabled person is not a person at all, even if it is your own mother or your own child. Rest in peace :(

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