Fighting for those Who Have Been Denied Treatment

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Failure to Treat

Quotes from Justice Rebecca Bradley, (dissenting) Allen Gahl v. Aurora Health Care, Inc., L.C. 2021CV1469, Oct. 21, 2021 (joined by Chief Justice Annette Ziegler and Justice Patience Roggensack):

"It is hard to have patience with people who say, 'There is no death' or ‘Death doesn’t matter', There is death. And whatever is matters. And whatever happens has consequences, and it and they are irrevocable and irreversible." (quoting C.S. Lewis, A Grief Observed 15 (HarperCollins Paperback 1st ed. 1994) (1961)).

"Wisconsin judges are rarely asked to make life-or-death decisions. This case presents one of those rare circumstances. The circuit court made a decision on the side of life. The appellate courts chose the irrevocable and irreversible alternative. But nothing in the law compelled it."

"Justice delayed is justice denied. For John Zingsheim, justice delayed is a probable death sentence."

"While appellate courts have all the luxury of time to ponder the law, Mr. Zingsheim, fighting for his life, does not. Circuit courts are best equipped to make these sorts of frontline decisions, in which time is of the essence. This court should summarily reverse the court of appeals’ unreasoned decision to stay the circuit court order (or at the very least stay the court of appeals’ unlawful stay) while it carefully considers and resolves the legal issues presented."

Attorney Karen Mueller on Medical Eugenics Being Directed From The Boardroom

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