Two people received lenient sentences for illegally distributing suicide powder
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Two people received lenient sentences for illegally distributing suicide powder

A Dutch court last week found two people guilty of illegally distributing a suicide powder known as X, but they were given lenient sentences.

According to the NL Times, Tineke B. (74) and Jos van Wijk (76), former director of the pro-euthanasia organisation Coöperatie Laatste Wil (CLW), were found guilty of supplying the drug X in collaboration with Alex S., who was convicted last year. Despite their direct role in the deaths of others, both received lenient sentences; B. received a suspended sentence of one year in prison with a probation period of four years, while Van Wijk received a suspended sentence of four months in prison with a probation period of one year.

The court found that at least one woman died as a result of B.’s involvement in the distribution of the drug.

“As a result of their mediation, the woman was given the drug X and an antiemetic, which she ultimately used to end her life,” the court was told. In a victim impact statement, the woman’s daughter said B. interfered with the woman’s relationship with her mother. “As a result, she was unable to help her mother in the final phase of her life in the way she wanted,” the court was told.

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The court also ruled that because van Wijk headed CLW, he should have taken a firmer stance against the distribution of the drug. “He allowed a culture to continue in which the drug X could be supplied by the group. His intention to participate in a criminal organization can be inferred from the conscious development and continuation of a certain culture in which rules were broken and in which he was sometimes even actively involved.”

The two are said to have worked with Alex S., who was convicted last year of evading the country’s laws by selling X on the internet for profit, without verifying who his customers were. His actions are said to have led to the deaths of 10 people, although he distributed more than 1,600 packages of the drug.

According to a report by the 113 Suicide Prevention Foundation and GGD Amsterdam, published in April, at least 172 people have died after taking drug X.

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