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Thursday, February 24, 2005
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A Florida agency wants 60 days to conduct an investigation into new allegations that Terri Schiavo was abused or mistreated.
The agency filed an 11 page document with Circuit Court Judge George Greer detailing why it wants to intervene in the case and shared the confidential document with attorneys for both Michael and Terri's parents, Bob and Mary Schindler.
It looks like the Government is finally getting involved. Maybe it was the Bone Scan that revealed trauma and abuse...but no one is pointing fingers at the husband (Michael)...at least not yet.
Matt Davis, an attorney with the Gibbs law firm, handling legal matters for the Schindlers, told the Associated Press that the document brings up many of the concerns previously brought forward by the Schindlers.
"We are confident when someone from the outside does see how Terri has been treated, they will see she has been mistreated all these years," Davis said.
Michael has not been indicated as a suspect but many questions still still remain as to exactly "what" trauma cause Terri to slip in such a state. But it gets worse...Michael's lawyer (as there are few honest ones in the industry) seems to me to have reasons for his own for pursuing the case and blames outside influences for the DCF's latest involvement.
George Felos, the euthanasia advocate who is Michael's lead attorney, says the investigation is another attempt by Florida Governor Jeb Bush to get involved in the case when Florida courts have told him he can't.
We will see how this case turns out. Tomorrow is going to be an interesting day (that is when Judge Greer delivers his decision about Terri). Selah.
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