WATCH | Right To Die | Mercy killing activist ends house arrest

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JOHANNESBURG - Right-to-die activist, Sean Davison, says he will continue to campaign for changes to assisted suicide laws.

He was released from house arrest on Monday after serving a 3-year sentence.

The 56-year-old was sentenced for helping 3 terminally ill patients die in 2019.

He says he acted out of compassion and does not consider himself a murderer.

READ: Sean Davison facing another murder charge

Davison says he has now become even more driven to fight for people's right to die.

In 2011, Davison was convicted of helping his mother die.

He was given a lenient sentence of 5 months as the Judge took his compassion into account.

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