by Alex Schadenberg – Fri Jan 03, 2014 13:00 EST
January 3, 2014 (Alex Schaenberg) – In his most recent newsletter, Philip Nitschke, Australia’s Dr Death, claims to have found a way to import suicide kits into the United States, starting in January 2014, under the cover of his Max Dog Brewing kit.
Nitschke admitted that his Max Dog Brewing kits are in fact Suicide kits. He send the kits to people who pay by credit card. The kit is used for an “undetectable” death.
On June 30, 2011; Oregon Governor John Kitzhaber signed into law a bill outlawing the sale of “suicide kits” in Oregon.
The Oregon bill was in response to the death of Oregon resident, Nick Klonoski (29) who lived with chronic depression and died by suicide after ordering a suicide kit from a group called GLADD in California.
In May 2011, the FBI raided and shut-down the California suicide kit maker – GLADD – that provided Nick Klonoski, the suicide/asphyxiation kit.
Similar to GLADD, Nitschke sells his suicide kits online to unknown customers who pay for the suicide kit, online, by Visa or MasterCard.
It has been a long time coming but finally Max Dog Brewing is set to become available in the US in January 2014.
● Nitrogen is up to 80% of the air we breathe. Even at autopsy, no cause of death will be established (read non-detectable).
Cylinders will be sold as a kit with a Nitrogen regulator and tubing. US purchasers will be able to purchase online with Mastercard & Visa….Nitschke has a history promoting suicide.
In 2001, Nitschke said that his so-called “peaceful pill” should be “available in the supermarket, so that those old enough to understand death could obtain death peacefully at the time of their choosing.”
Asked who would qualify for access, he replied that:
“all people qualify, not just those with the training, knowledge or resources to find out how to ‘give away’ their life and someone needs to provide this knowledge training or resource necessary to anyone who wants it, including the depressed, the elderly bereaved, (and) the troubled teen.”
“There will be some casualties… but this has to be balanced with the growing pool of older people who feel immense well-being from having access to this information, [about suicide drugs].”