As an Anchorage conservative activist lay dying in Providence Alaska Medical Center, Assemblyman Chris Constant waxed on about how sad he was that someone who opposed Constant and his heavy-handed approach to government was in such grave condition.
Appearing by telephone, Eagle River Assemblywoman Jamie Allard was incensed. She was Topel’s medical power of attorney, and she was on the other line, while attending the Tuesday Assembly meeting, telling Topel’s family the sobering news: He had only minutes left in his life.
Chris Constant, Anchorage Assembly
Constant told the public that Topel was on a ventilator. That was not true. Topel had advance directives to not be placed on
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