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  1. No. This is not how it cannot be related to moral norms. Since he killed a lot of people. And clinical death is not death. Well conclusion: no not invalidate

  2. The law defines birth as the moment when the umbilical cord is cut, and death as the moment when the brain stops working. All legal consequences come from these moments

  3. Alex Weiss has already answered the question, but I would like to add that the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation defines clinical death as one of the four stages of death. It is preceded only by agony, that is, clinical death is the second stage. A person is considered dead if they have reached the third or fourth stage-brain death or biological death.�

    According to the order of the Ministry of Health, in case of clinical death, all pathological changes in the body are reversible. At the same time, if a person does not die after it, he is experiencing post-resuscitation illness, which can occur in different ways. Under unfavorable conditions, a person may develop mental disorders, but they will not necessarily be irreversible. If, after clinical death, he gets a serious disorder in which he is unable to realize the danger of the actions he has committed, he can be released from punishment, but if he is cured, he will again be subject to punishment.

  4. Clinical death is not a biological death, so it does not affect the life sentence in any way.

    But if a person survives a biological death, then, of course, not only the term will be canceled, but also the King of the North will be elected.

  5. Clinical death is a transition period between life and biological death, and although the word death is present in the name of this phenomenon, in fact it is not death. Accordingly, there can be no question of any cancellation. You will have to honestly pull the strap for at least 25 years, after which the prisoner has the right to apply for clemency. God bless you.

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