"Because in Cyberspace, no one can hear you scream."
Monday, January 24, 2005
[Media Source*] It seems like Terri Schiavo, the Florida woman who is brain damaged and relies on a feeding tube to survive may be losing her feeding tube privileges. The Florida Supreme Court refused to reinstate a law it had struck down last fall which was set up to keep Schiavo alive. I can hear the grisly calls for euthanasia now...
Associated Press file photo
Terri Schiavo, right, gets a kiss from her mother, Mary Schindler, in this Aug. 11, 2001, image taken a from videotape and released by the Schindler family on Tuesday, Oct. 14, 2003.
Her dad does not seem to be too happy with this as I can imagine.
"It's judicial homicide. They want to murder her," her father, Robert Schindler, said Monday. "I have no idea what the next step will be. We're going to fight for her as much as we can fight for her. She deserves a chance."
Terri wrote no will whether or not if she was in this situation that her life could be terminated. Her husband contends his wife never wanted artificial support, but if Terry could talk, I wonder what she would say?
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