Re: I hate to tell Mathew this...February 16 2010 at 10:58 PM
|Mathew Sullivan (Login MathewSullivan)|
Following up on Melody's post from: http://www.network54.com/Forum/291677/message/1266326270/I+hate+to+tell+Mathew+this...
If cryonics companies use non-controlled prescriptions that are legally purchased and transported and other aggressive CPS techniques on legally dead bodies where revival does not occur, there are no legal issues at hand in regards to providing support for cryonics patients; although, if revival does occur, then we can invoke the Good Samaritan law without ANY legal consequence to the cryonics company involved or any of the individual team members, and there is no need to worry about defending against a lawsuit. Am I stating your position correctly, Melody?