slipped a sleeping medication into Ian’s orange juice. At 3 a.m. David Carmichael, former director of ParticipAction, then wrapped his hands around Ian’s throat, and chocked him to death. David admitted killing Ian was premeditated.  David writes on his web page in a section called Through Psychotic Eyes "After he was dead, I moved his body to the centre of the bed, kissed him on the lips and told him, 'I love you, I'm really going to miss you, but you're in a better place now.’ I was calm, numb and my thoughts were well organized. I was obsessed with one thing, Ian. I talked clearly and believed that killing Ian was the right thing to do.  I shared every detail with the police. I didn't want a lawyer. I knew I murdered Ian and was prepared to spend the rest of my life in prison.”  Robert Latimer and David Carmichael had two things in common, both killed their own child who had a disability, and each man believed he did the right thing.  On Sept. 30, 2005, a London Ont., judge found Carmichael "not criminally responsible on account of a mental disorder" and ordered him detained at the Brockville Psychiatric Hospital until he no longer poses a "significant threat to the safety of the public.”  On Carmichael’s web page, he has a section called “my mistakes” of those he says “