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Abetment to suicideViews: 139
Dec 12, 2008 6:38 am re: re: re: re: re: Abetment to suicide
7 Th Thinking Hat I think there is a clear demarcation between abetting and causation.The pilot may have, though unintentionally, caused suicide, but it does not amount to abetting unless he has actively enabled the act of committing/attempting suicide and that but for such enabling the suicide/attempt to suicide would not have been possible.

I suppose it will be far fetched to state that the pilot enabled suicide.Another airhostess with a thicker skin or better rational thinking could have reacted differently.

Generalising we cannot connect action of one person and reaction of another person and call it abetemnt.

Abetment is a conscious act of proving active cooperation to another person to carry out his/her decision.


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