Can a 14 year old really be held accountable and mature enough to make life or death decisions (based on religion)? If so, shouldn’t they be paying taxes??
SEATTLE, Washington (AP) — A few hours after a judge ruled that a 14-year-old Jehovah’s Witness sick with leukemia had the right to refuse a blood transfusion that might have helped him, the boy died, a newspaper reported.
Dennis Lindberg died Wednesday night at Children’s Hospital and Regional Medical Center, his father, Dennis Lindberg Sr., told the Seattle Post-Intelligencer.
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