Different River

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March 23, 2005

Appeals court denies…

Filed under: — Different River @ 3:12 am

The appeals court said no:

Schiavo Appeal to Reconnected Tube Denied

Mar 23, 2:42 AM (ET)


ATLANTA (AP) – A federal appeals court refused early Wednesday to order the reinsertion of Terri Schiavo’s feeding tube, denying an emergency request by the severely brain-damaged woman’s parents.

The three-judge panel ruled 2-1 to deny the request, a day after a federal judge in Florida also refused a similar appeal.

Schiavo’s parents, Bob and Mary Schindler, vowed yet another appeal Wednesday.

She has now been denied water for more than 100 hours, and is ssaid to be fading fast. She has stopped responding to people in the room. Then again, those who want to kill her say that’s always been the case.
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3 Responses to “Appeals court denies…”

  1. Gary Says:

    Everything I’ve read so far, indicates Michael Schiavo wants Terri dead at all costs. Even to pass up the million offered last week. Why? the only reason that comes to mind is Michael is scared to death, what Terri might say should she regain speech.

    Who knows what Michael Schiavo has been telling and doing to Terri all these years behind closed doors? All the evidence points to this conclusion.

    Michael Schiavo is 6’7″, big enough to break bones, or strangle. Has taken nursing, meaning he knows where and what to use in killing slowly, has an interest in the hospice facility, probably stands to gain monetarily when Terri dies, already has committed adultery and living with another woman. Michael tries to hide his personality with those soft spoken lies about his “compassion” with Larry King and others, but you can see right through him.

    Simply put, we are watching a hedious monster at work, on the par with the best of Auschwitz such as Mengele. The judges, courts and lawyers are all agreeing partners in murder. What evil course is this country going in anyway?


  2. Freaki Says:

    What an utterly horrible condition to be in. We should be exhausting all means to rehab her instead of trying to kill her. And what of her husband! Geeze she just had the cards stacked against here. It is very evident that after Terri spent two years in her “broken” state of consciousness that here husband was ready to “dispose” of her. He had grown tired of his vows of “for better or worse” and was plotting to engage the “untill death do us part” clause of the contract.

  3. incidents and accidents Says:

    Prise de position.
    I am good at a few things. I can follow a recipe but I’m a more passionate cook if you take the measuring cups away and let me play around with spices and wine and whatever is simmering into being…

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