The Prosecutor requests six months in jail for Angel Hernandez, the man who helped his wife die terminally ill with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) María José Carrasco in Madrid last year, but he will not oppose his pardon.
As reported on Wednesday by the Provincial Prosecutor’s Office, the public prosecutor’s office imputes to Hernández a crime of suicide cooperation, but at the same time announces that “in the event that a conviction is handed down and a pardon file is processed, the Public Prosecutor will issue a favorable report.”
The prosecutor considers that in the case the extenuating confession and kinship.
María José Carrasco died on April 3, 2019 at her home when, the married couple being alone in the house, and after the “constant” desire of the sick woman to end her life, her husband poured a medicine into a glass. He approached his wife who swallowed it with a straw. After ten minutes, María José died.