The family who stopped the preservation of a signed up member should be sued, I think.
November 29 2004 at 5:48 AM
Rick [CASE: FLORIDA OCT.04] (no login) from IP address 18.104.22.168
It seems to me that the family members who destroyed the integrity of the member's brain-- a member who clearly expressed their wishes-- should be sued.
I think Alcor ought to be reporting on thier cases in a more timely manner. It's almost December and I have very little idea of when we'll see the details on this botched FL cryonics case pusblished, despite the promises.
I'd like to know why so many cases are shielded behind the confidentiality rules. Where are the real cryonicists? Real cryonicists don't ask for confidentiality in my view. Part of the problem of investigating the details of the FL October Alcor case is that the cryopatient themselves did not ensure that their case would be public. Look where it got him.