Skip to comments.Terri's husband isn't the enemy, guardian says
Posted on 03/19/2005 9:18:52 AM PST by EveningStar
Wolfson's report is based on court files, depositions, medical records and interviews with everyone involved.
That said, I begin with the most explosive allegation:
Did Michael try to kill Terri?
Wolfson laughs. "No!"
Wolfson's report states that in the four years after her collapse, Michael "had insistently held to the premise that Theresa could recover and the evidence is incontrovertible that he gave his heart and soul to her treatment and care . . . In late autumn of 1990, following months of therapy and testing and formal diagnoses of persistent vegetative state with no evidence of improvement, Michael took Theresa to California, where she received an experimental thalamic stimulator implant in her brain. Michael remained in California caring for Theresa during a period of several months."
Says Wolfson now: "Michael was adoring of her. One nursing home complained he was hostile and abusive of the staff in championing her care. She was immaculately kept. In 13 years, she never had one bedsore."
(Excerpt) Read more at orlandosentinel.com ...
Giggling and smirking as you type, I'll bet.
Thank you Peach
I agree 100%
The last I heard reported, was that the video
tape of the 60 seconds took about 6 hours to
obtain, and that the video is 4 years old.
Is that correct?
Your word on it is so important to me.
As is yours to others.
When one side can't argue effectively without mis-stating the facts, there's something drastically wrong.
Is this becoming an official death culture thread, do you think?
You're probably right. But you know what's going to happen, before this all over we're going to see Terri trotted out in front of cameras. It's inevitable. It's SHOWTIME.
Actually over the years I have had quite a number of people here tell me how much they appreciate my posts.
Do you have a link?
I "WANT" to see her.
That is what happens when you have an agenda tho Peach.
Twist and mistate facts then denigrate others when they don't step in line.
Already been done, with both Nancy Cruzan and Christine Busalacchi.
And they're both dead from deliberate dehydration, I forgot to mention.
We have all seen Terri respond to her parents. That trumps this paid for fool by the very courts trying to kill her.
The Orlando Sentinel article on which we're all commenting has a link at the end of the article.
It was working when this article was previously posted (twice, as I recall, in both February and March).
I tried to get on it again this morning and it's not working.
However, there are other articles that re-state the court testimony. Also, a google search will give you the court testimony.
No, this is a thread about the facts, something some people on this forum don't want to know anything about.
After I posted that, I thought it was sort of a "Duh" statement but it was too late to retract; I'd already hit post :-)
I'm so opinionated that this may well be the first time that I'm conflicted and don't have a strong opinion. My husband is absolutely gobsmacked that I don't have an opinion either way and am convinced one way and then another when I hear some people make their arguments on various sides.
Do you know how come this article was archived in Bloggers & Personal instead of News & Activism? Pretty weird. How do I contact the moderator to have them change it? I wasn't aware that the Orlando Sentinal was a Blog, did you?
And what do you consider facts?