Sunday, October 28, 2012

Las Vegas man sentenced after assisted suicide in Nuevo Progreso

People who take suicide advice from Philip Nitschke, (Australia's Dr. Death) need to read this article that was written by Jared Taylor and published in The Monitor under the title: Las Vegas man sentenced after assisted suicide.

Philip Nitschke
Nitschke is advising people to go to Mexico to buy a powerful drug that is used by veterinarians for euthanasia. This drug is a controlled substance and if caught with the drug, may result in a prosecution. Further to that, Jeff George Ostfeld was sentenced for 6 years in prison for voluntary manslaughter for his part in the assisted suicide death of Jennifer Malone.

Nitschke is also encouraging people to buy similar drugs from China. Buyer beware. The following is the edited version of the original article.
Las Vegas man sentenced after Assisted Suicide 
By Jared Taylor, The Monitor, October 26, 2012 
A federal judge sent to prison a Las Vegas man convicted of smuggling powerful animal tranquilizers from Mexico used in an assisted suicide in Nuevo Progreso. 
Chief U.S. District Judge Ricardo Hinojosa sentenced Jeff George Ostfeld to six years in federal prison Wednesday, after he pleaded guilty to importation of a controlled substance. 
But after the assisted suicide in Mexico, Hinojosa opted to follow sentencing guidelines for Ostfeld under a charge of voluntary manslaughter­ not the drug charge. 
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement arrested Ostfeld in May 2009 as he attempted to smuggle animal tranquilizers across the Progreso International Bridge. 
The arrest came moments after Mexican police discovered the body of 32-year-old Jennifer Malone at a Nuevo Progreso motel. 
Ostfeld shot video of Malone as she died, investigators said. He retrieved some of her personal effects and abandoned her body in the motel room. 
Mexican investigators found an empty bottle of Barbithal and a book about depression beside the body of Malone, of Roseburg, Ore.,  according to Monitor archives. The same drug was found by U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers as Ostfeld tried to return to the United States.

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