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November 8, 2019

Canadian Psychologist Urges Husband to Murder his Terminally Ill Wife

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Miranda Edwards was given a terminal cancer diagnosis but was determined to fight the disease anyway, saying “I will fight to the end. I will do every treatment, everything possible to stay alive.” Her husband, Serge Simard, decided to see a psychologist who might help him cope as the situation worsened. The psychologist gave him horrifyingly surprising advice: that he kill his wife.

He secretly recorded the session, which was quoted in a CTV report: “[A]t one point [the morphine] will be a dose too much and she just won’t wake up. It’s the best thing that could happen, really. She won’t be suffering anymore; she’ll be in a better place.”

“That’s not assisted suicide, that’s murder,” Simard said to CTV. “I will not murder my wife. If Miranda voices anything I will respect her wishes. Miranda has never voiced that she wanted to pass away.”

No disciplinary action will be taken against the counselor Authorities have chosen not to investigate because the counselor is now retired.

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