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February 7, 2005

Empire Journal on Michael Schiavo

Topics: Terri Schiavo's Life Counts

As mentioned in my previous post, New York's Empire Journal is calling on the Florida judicial system to impanel a Grand Jury to investigate foul play as a cause of Terri Schiavo's brain damage, and Pro-life is reporting that Pinellas County Circuit Judge George Greer is deliberating whether he will allow attorneys to proceed with arguments that brain-disabled Terri Schiavo's right to due process was violated.

The purpose of this "save Terri" series is to call attention to the fact that there is enough circumstantial evidence to support a determination that Michael Schiavo has not and is not acting in Terri's best interest. Furthermore, numerous experts and several media entities believe Terri's injuries were the result of trauma to the neck and body. There was only one person there that night with Terri, Michael Schiavo. I am not Michael's judge nor his jury. But with all of the circumstantial evidence that suggests Michael could possibly have played a role in the incident, is it not reasonable to at the very least remove him as Terri's guardian and let her family take care of her and get her therapy?

[update: information from the Empire Journal was removed]

DEMAND GRAND JURY
IN SCHIAVO CASE

Florida Attorney General's Office  850-414-3300 Charlie Crist, AG

Mr. George Le'Mieux
Deputy Attorney General
850-245-0140

Bernie McCabe, State Attorney Pinellas and Pasco Counties
727-464-6221
bmccabe@co.pinellas.fl.us

Advocacy Center for Persons with Disabilities 800-342-0823
850-488-9071
info@advocacycenter.org

Pinellas County GOP 727-539-6009

Gov. Jeb Bush 850-488-4441
jeb.bush@myflorida.com

State of Florida Office of Civil Rights 954-712-4601

Florida Senate 800-342-1827

Florida House of Representatives 850-488-6026

Florida Department of Law Enforcement 850-410-7000

Florida Agency for Persons with Disabilities 850-488-4257

Federal Bureau of Investigation
202-324-3000

U.S. Department of Justice
AskDOJ@usdoj.gov
202-514-2000 Main Switchboard
202-353-1555 Office of US AG

Posted by Hyscience at February 7, 2005 9:41 PM

You people are insane. I am sure you think we never went to the moon, there are aliens out there sucking out your brains, the president is a direct descendant of God and many other things. Conspiracy much???

Posted by: Tina at February 22, 2005 2:43 PM


Terri Schiavo case discussed 2/24/05 on
Greta Van Susteren's On The Record.

I believe it was Dr. Baden, apparently via
telephone, who agreed that a too high or too low
potassium level could stop the heart.

Greta's other guest spoke of Terri's purging
and that her electrolytes were affected.

Find transcript of this program to verify.
Don't rely completely on my recall.

Posted by: Joanne at February 24, 2005 11:34 PM

In your article above, you state:

"In graphic and perhaps maybe not wholly acceptable terms for many, the stark reality is that Terri Schiavo cannot be allowed to die before an investigation in completed into the circumstances surrounding her injuries. She must be kept alive to, pardon the indelicate way of putting it, to preserve the evidence of a possible crime."

Would it not be better to be able to perform an autopsy and analyze her organs directly? Would it not be better than to let her die??? Then we would be able to look at her internally and gather whatever evidence could be found.

Posted by: Jeff at February 25, 2005 3:48 PM

Love the comments! Kill first, ask questions later! Now that's Progressive Thinking at it's finest!

Anyway, thanks HyScience for shedding some light on what mainstream media is too hypocritical to touch. (Now if you kill a dog in the State of Florida, you go to Jail. But it's perfectly okay to kill your wife, as long as you say so (and she can't)).

And in response to the other comments here...
Speaking of conspiracy theories.."Progressive" thinkers are usually brilliant at coming up with these... But even Mr. Holmes himself would see this one as having too many clues on the table. He wants her dead, not out of compassion... a compassionate person doesn't deny someone adequate care, her family, food, sustenance, etc.The question is why? And until you have seen the video footage of this woman in a "coma", you have no business discussing this case because it will truly shock you how alert and alive she is.

Posted by: Lynne at March 19, 2005 12:48 AM

Amazing that none of the trash you publish has appeared in here in Florida media. In fact, Judge Greer has been praised for his extraordinary patience and none of his decisions have been overturned. You should learn the facts before you publish your lies.

Posted by: Bob Lowe at March 19, 2005 12:40 PM

Why don't you leave that woman in peace, if you are so concerned, go after your catholic friends that protect pedophiles.There is an old saying: sweep your own dirt before you are sticking your nose in to some one elses business.

Posted by: Hans Preisler at March 19, 2005 5:13 PM

This disturbs me greatly. Terri is now past
saving according to some news reports. All
this while the world watches and everyone
seems helpless to get past the first judge
who ruled. I just don't understand why the
other courts followed his judgment. Shouldn't
a new look be given by a different circuit
judge? This seems unjust and all slanted to
help Michael instead of Terri. I'm SAD!!!

Posted by: Bettye at March 28, 2005 11:51 AM

I think Terri Schiavo was injected with insulin which caused her rapid loss of potassium, which is called hyperkalemia. If so, then I hope her family sues the #4%% out of Florida, and those involved with her nmurder face criminalk prosecution for wrongful death.
Terri is the only person in history granted an injunction forbidding the intervention of a state agency, DCF. geriangel@excite.com

Posted by: Geri Marshall at March 29, 2005 5:02 PM

I think Terri Schiavo was injected with insulin which caused her rapid loss of potassium, which is called hyperkalemia. If so, then I hope her family sues the #4%% out of Florida, and those involved with her nmurder face criminalk prosecution for wrongful death.
Terri is the only person in history granted an injunction forbidding the intervention of a state agency, DCF. geriangel@excite.com

Posted by: Geri Marshall at March 29, 2005 5:02 PM

In all of your reporting, nothing is mentioned about the millions of dollars involved in the settlement of Terri Schiavo's injuries. Are you saying this is NOT an economic consideration, the killing or not killing of this woman?

EDITED COMMENT BY ADMINISTRATOR:
It has been heavily reported throughout the MSM that the Schindlers have offered Michael that he can keep all of the money, past, present, and future. But apparently Michael is aware that should Terri recover sufficiently to communicate - he can't spend it in prison.

Money is not the issue. Again, all of the ecconomic matters have been heavily reported in the MSM and even on TV and radio.

Posted by: Carol H. Teufel at March 30, 2005 12:24 PM

Your continuing hate filled diatribe against Michael Schiavo, unfounded by any reasonable persons review of the medical and judicial facts in this case brings only heat and no light to this debate.Please read the record and see indeed if objectively, anyone could come to any other opinion. The great American public can be fooled by your kind of hate-mongering, but only momentarily. Please report on more important issues. I suggest you begin with the Catholic Churchs' moral bankruptcy with regard to its denial of ongoing problems with the clergys pedophilia, while it still insists on inserting itself in peoples lives in the most destructive ways, such as the Schiavo case. We are a nation of laws, and thank God church law is seperate from civil law.We can only hope that this continues.

Posted by: D. Carle at March 31, 2005 4:11 PM

Cryonic Preservation for the Pope, Terri Schiavo, Military, Stem Cells & Omega 3 EFAs could revive some brain tissue

Dear Sirs

Hope thru Science

Cryonic Preservation for the Pope, Terri Schiavo, Military People, Stem Cells & Omega 3 EFAs could revive some brain tissue

Gallons of fresh clean Stem Cells, together with Omega 3 Essential Food Oils, could revive and repair some Brain Damage

As a pro-life collector , I think saving Aborted Baby Fetus Fluids as a Source of Stem Cells is not a sin, in fact saving thru cryonics, aborted baby fetus fluids, perserves the last particles of Human Life, for resurrection/revival within another Human Host, or an Artificial Womb

If the Courts allow Terri Schiavo to starve to death, Cryonic Preservation still provides hope in a future medical resurrection of the dead body

Terri Schiavo: Gallons of Stem Cells and Omega 3 EFAs could revive some brain damaged tissue

God Bless this Country for trying to save Human Lives

Br Dan Izzo

Why Throw Aborted Babies in the Garbage to be burned ?

Freeze them

Cryonics can save what is left for future resurrection, even in an Artificial Womb or Stem Cell Banks


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1 Once civilizations start to provide cryonic freezing methods of preservation, cryonics will provide for a chance for a real medical resurrection of the dead body. Many of the security from death issues people have can be addressed through science and general medical resurrection.

Our childhoods are the best time of our lives , once robotic parents are created for tough labor our lives could be like children again, and more people would want to be brought back from temporary death.

Reviving to life already after freezing already happens naturally. Every spring, life that was once frozen in the winter months, suddenly blooms to life again.

Many plants and animals replace their body water with a natural sugar anti-freeze to prevent the cell DNA from shattering when frozen.

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In the future stem cells can be cultured and the deceased body can be revived with these cells, like filling a dry sponge with fresh water.


At 10:49 PM, Rev Dan Izzo said...
" Resurrection is the rising again from the dead, the resumption of life. "

Could this Bible prophesy be Cryonics ?

What does the Roman Catholic teach about the Resurrection of the Dead Body ?

Below is a quote fromm General Resurrection:
The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume XII 1911


Resurrection is the rising again from the dead, the resumption of life. The Fourth Lateran Council teaches that all men, whether elect or reprobate, "will rise again with their own bodies which they now bear about with them" (cap. "Firmiter"). In the language of the creeds and professions of faith this return to life is called resurrection of the body (resurrectio carnis, resurrectio mortuoram, anastasis ton nekron) for a double reason: first, since the soul cannot die, it cannot be said to return to life; second the heretical contention of Hymeneus and Philitus that the Scriptures denote by resurrection not the return to life of the body, but the rising of the soul from the death of sin to the life of grace, must be excluded. (We shall treat of the Resurrection of Jesus Christ in a separate article; here, we treat only of the General Resurrection of the Body.)

"No doctrine of the Christian Faith", says St. Augustine, "is so vehemently and so obstinately opposed as the doctrine of the resurrection of the flesh" (In Ps. Ixxxviii, sermo ii, n. 5). This opposition had begun long before the days of St. Augustine: "And certain philosophers of the Epicureans and of the Stoics ", the inspired writer tells us (Acts, xvii, 18, 32), "disputed with him [Paul] ...and when they had heard of the resurrection of the dead, some indeed mocked, but others said: We will hear thee again concerning this matter." Among the opponents of the Resurrection we naturally find first those who denied the immortality of the soul; secondly, all those who, like Plato, regarded the body as the prison of the soul and death as an escape from the bondage of matter; thirdly the sects of the Gnostics and Manichaeans who looked upon all matter as evil; fourthly, the followers of these latter sects the Priscillianists, the Cathari, and the Albigenses; fifthly, the Rationalists, Materialists, and Pantheists of later times. Against all these we shall first establish the dogma of the resurrection, and secondly consider the characteristics of the risen body.

A. DOGMA OF THE RESURRECTION

The creeds and professions of faith and conciliar definitions do not leave it doubtful that the resurrection of the body is a dogma or an article of faith. We may appeal, for instance, to the Apostles' Creed, the so-called Nicene and Athanasian Creeds, the Creed of the Eleventh Council of Toledo, the Creed of Leo IX, subscribed by Bishop Peter and still in use at the consecration of bishops the profession of faith subscribed by Michael Palaeologus in the Second Council of Lyons, the Creed of Pius IV, and the Decree of the Fourth Lateran Council (c. "Firmiter") against the Albigenses. This article of faith is based on the belief of the Old Testament, on the teaching of the New Testament, and on Christian tradition.

(1) Old Testament

The words of Martha and the history of the Machabees show the Jewish belief towards the end of the Jewish economy. "I know ", says Martha, "that He shall rise again, in the resurrection at the last day" (John, xi, 24). And the third of the Machabee martyrs put forth his tongue and stretched out his hands, saying: "These I have from heaven, but for the laws of God I now despise them: because I hope to receive them again from him" (II Mach., xii, 11; cf. ix, I4). The Book of Daniel (xii, 2; cf. 12) inculcates the same belief: "Many of those that sleep in the dust of the earth, shall awake: some unto life everlasting, and others unto reproach, to see it always." The word many must be understood in the light of its meaning in other passages, e. g. Is., liii, 11-12; Matt., xxvi, 28; Rom., v, I8-19. Though Ezechiel's vision of the resurrection of the dry bones refers directly to the restoration of Israel, such a figure would be hardly Israel, such a figure would be hardly intelligible except by readers familiar with the belief in a literal resurrection (Ez., xxxvii). The Prophet Isaias foretells that the Lord of hosts "shall cast down death headlong forever" (xxv, 8), and a little later he adds: "Thy dead men shall live, my slain shall rise again. . . the earth shall disclose her blood, and shall cover her slain no more" (xxvi, 19-21). Finally, Job, bereft of all human comfort and reduced to the greatest desolation, is strengthened by the thought of the resurrection of his body: "I know that my Redeemer liveth, and in the last day I shall rise out of the earth. And I shall be clothed again with my skin, and in my flesh I shall see God. Whom I myself shall see, and my eyes shall behold, and not another; this hope is laid up in my bosom" (Job, xix, 25-27). The literal translation of the Hebrew text differs somewhat from the foregoing quotation, but the hope of resurrection remains.

(2) New Testament

The resurrection of the dead was expressly taught by Christ (John, v, 28-29; vi, 39-40; xi, 25; Luke, xiv, 14) and defended against the unbelief of the Sadducees, whom He charged with ignorance of the power of God and of the Scriptures (Matt., xxii, 29; Luke, xx, 37). St. Paul places the general resurrection on the same level of certainty with that of Christ's Resurrection: "If Christ be preached, that he rose again from the dead, how do some among you say that there is no resurrection of the dead? But if there be no resurrection of the dead, then Christ is not risen again. And if Christ be not risen again, then is our preaching vain, and your faith is also vain" (I Cor., xv, 12 sqq.). The Apostle preached the resurrection of the dead as one of the fundamental doctrines of Christianity, at Athens, for instance (Acts, xvii, 18, 31, 32), at Jerusalem (xxiii, 6), before Felix (xxiv, 15), before Agrippa (xxvi, 8). He insists on the same doctrine in his Epistles (Rom., viii, 11; I Cor., vi, 14; xv, 12 sqq.; II Cor., iv, 14; v, 1 sqq.; Phil., iii, 21; I Thess., iv, 12-16; II Tim., ii, 11; Hebr., vi, 2), and in this he agrees with the Apocalypse (xx, 12 sqq.).

Posted by: Br Daniel Izzo at March 31, 2005 4:16 PM



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