Pueblo, Colorado – While writing up the Tazer story below this one, I noticed this story also out of Pueblo. 75-year-old Edward Quaduor was going through a divorce, in bad health and living in a camping trailer on his friend’s property. He had been suicidal for a while and asked his son, 18-year-old Randy Edward Quaduor, for a gun. The teen did not want to see his father suffer any longer and handed him a loaded .22 caliber pistol. His father put the gun under his pillow, and the two said their goodbyes. On Tuesday Edward was found dead from a self-inflicted gunshot wound. His son was later arrested and charged with manslaughter because he helped his dad. He told detectives that if he hadn’t given his father the gun, he would have just got one from someone else. “Taking those matters into your own hands, not being a medical provider or not having prescription authority, I would say no you should not do that,” said Captain Jeff Teschner. I am one of those who feel if you want to take your own life, go for it. I also do not feel that assisting suicide should be considered a crime.
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