Who we believe is also irrelevant. It's who was the next of kin, and so has the authority to speak for her. That was her husband. Just like it was the husband in the link YOU provided. Just like it was the husband in the Munoz case.<quoted text>
Okay, go back to the Terry Schiavo case where her husband said she wanted to die and her parents said she wanted to live. Do we believe the parents who have loved her all her life or the husband who has a girlfriend and wants to remarry? Hard to be sure of anyone else's motives.
I don't expect you to have an opinion but someone else will.
After 15 years, it can hardly be expected that he would want to be alone. Where is your empathy? Oh, that's right, you have none. You're a vile piece of crap. It's very clear you've never lost a spouse, that's for sure. Consider yourself lucky.