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A man suffers from locked-in syndrome, which has made him completely paralyzed. Tony Nicklinson, father of two, and currently living in Melksham, has pleaded for wishful death and has forwarded an application of the same to High Court.
Since this news has been publicized by him on his recently made Twitter account, his 14,000 followers have been asking him to change his decision. Ruling on the same that whether or not, he will be allowed to take his life is pending. However, experts are of the view that his case is not similar to other euthanasia cases, so there are chances that he might not be allowed wishful death.
His supporters have been asking him to change his decision for his children, and shown immense support. They have even affirmed that they have been praying for him and their good wishes are with him and his family.
Nicklinson thanked everyone, but asked people to stop telling him to believe in God and for now, he would prefer to be an atheist. “I feel that I am denied my most basic human right; I object to society telling me that I must live until I die of natural causes”, he further affirmed.