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1. Do you think Amy’s parents are responsible for her death? Why or why no? If so, what punishment do you think they should receive? In my own view, I think that Amy’s parents are neither bad people nor morally innocent. I believe that their wrong behavior was motivated mainly for a strong belief, the fear to the medical science and a willful ignorance of the human body. Sometimes parents wake up in time to save a child, but too often they do not. Or, delayed by confusion and indecision, they wake up too late. 2. Alan Dershowitz said that such trials revolve around two important constitutional rights parent’s freedom or religion and children’s right to grow
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Unformatted text preview: up healthy. What does he mean by this? How does it apply to Amy’s situation? He said that every one of us has the freedom to choice if we want to follow a religion or discover the true ourselves. I think that we don’t need a religion in our live, most people have one because they have the necessity to believe in someone, but if only we believe in yourself? We are the only owner of our destiny and no one else. In the case of Amy, she didn’t have the freedom to choice because of the parents. They only believe in the power of religion and avoid to go to see a doctor; in consequence, she died....
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