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March 18, 2005

Does Michael Schiavo have the moral right to kill this woman by court-ordered decree?

Topics: Terri Schiavo's Life Counts

I know that this post is preaching to the choir, and that those that are not even in the neighborhood will never be convinced. Some of the folks that can't be convinced are caring people that just can't bring themselves to believe that Terri deserves at the very least , a fighting chance with rehab. Others, are so much a part of the euthanasia-mindset that they will never be convinced. To the latter, there is nothing that will convince them otherwise, so for them, this post is just another venue for them to sound-off on - at least it will help to reduce their cortisol levels.

For those with their minds still open, and since we are now at such a very crucial juncture in our fight to save Terri, let's time to take a moment or two and refresh our "visual" memory of just how vegetative she is - or is not. So I'm dusting-off content from an old post and offering it up as evidence for the open minded nay-sayers to consider, and also for Terri's supporters to keep fresh in their minds while they keep fighting to save her.

Here are video clips showing clearly that JUDICIALLY APPROVED TORTURE (yes, I am being inflamatory and judgemental) victim Terri Schindler Schiavo, held captive by her "husband(sic)" Michael Schiavo with full approval and backing of "Judge" George Greer and the court system of Florida, is NOT in a "permanent vegetative state" as claimed by Michael and his Death-by-Execution attorney:

Terri Responds To Father 
Terri watching a balloon    (notice her following an object on command)
Terri's alert eyes
Terri responds to cold
Terri responds to her mom
Terri responds to music    (my favorite because she actually laughs)
Terri responds to touch

Does this innocent woman deserve to be starved and dehydrated to death? She feels pain, she responds to touch, she obviously enjoys music, she follows an object on command.

Consider that she can do these things and has survived fifteen years of abuse by her husband(sic) and the court. Consider also the fact that she has so broken bones from her chest to her ankles and has sustained a strangulation injury - all of which is unexplained by Michael. Of course has never been asked to - a gift of the St. Petersburg Police Department and Michael's friend former sheriff Edgar Rice(who gave Michael a job) and of course Judge George Greer. Whether you are a reader or a blogger, you can't let this woman be killed.

Read what attorney Barbara Weller had to say about her visit with Terri.

Posted by Hyscience at March 18, 2005 11:02 AM

How can we take a living guy's word against a lady that is unable to speak for herself. Why is Michael so determined to end Teri's life? He's moved on. Is he trying to hide something? Is he afraid that Teri might be able to communicate one day? Why was there no investigation into Teri's sudden heart attack? Life is so unfair!

Posted by: Ha Vu at March 26, 2005 11:21 PM



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