Robert Latimer is adamant that he made the right decision.
The Saskatchewan farmer was convicted 25 years ago of killing his 12-year-old daughter, Tracy, who had severe disabilities. Latimer wants that conviction overturned.
Tracy Latimer had severe cerebral palsy and suffered chronic pain from repeated surgeries. She couldn’t walk, talk or feed herself. Robert maintains her pain was unbearable. She functioned with the mental capacity of a four-month-old infant.