Fortanasce applied the required tests and found that the patient was not P.V.S. He'd experienced a severe brain seizure, and after appropriate treatment, "a week later, the patient walked out of the hospital in full possession of his faculties."
Three of Peter Singer's grandparents died in Nazi concentration camps. Last October, he said, in a debate at Princeton: "I do not think it is always wrong to kill an innocent human being."
On October 17, 1933, The New York Times reported from Berlin that the German Ministry of Justice intended to authorize physicians "to end the suffering of incurable patients, upon request, in the interests of true humanity."
This was a prelude to the Nazi concentration camps.