Hildy for your enlightenment, I suggest you read 1 Corinthians 13... especially verse 8. My point, is that Michael quit on Terri. No matter how you look at it he gave up, and even though married took up with another woman and had children by her. If he still loves Terri, but does not have the stuff to keep on keepin' on in his care for her, then divorce her and let her parents, who have not quit on her, continue to nurse their daughter.
Taking up with another woman is understandable under the circumstances, but it should invalidate him from being her guardian due to conflict of interest and other issues.
This article is slanted the way everything else is you read about the case no matter who you side with. The truth is probably somewhere in between and the bottom line is murder by starvation.
There is little objectivity on either side, moreso by the pro-death crowd. I excuse the parents who love her if they have been forced to misrepresent anything in the least little way. Under the circumstances, it could be morally justified.
No matter what the facts leading up to this happen to be, she is as of this moment being murdered by starvation, with her husband and lawyer as the primary agents, and the courts as the enablers who seem to want to wash their hands of the entire affair because it has become a nuisance to them, too.
There are other aspects of all this which should have been investigated that were swept under the carpet. That is reprehensible.
Even India does not allow the spouse to throw themselves on the funeral pyre.