Skip to comments.Schiavo Kin: Parents Not Wanted at Burial
Posted on 03/31/2005 3:02:29 PM PST by hipaatwo
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Uh. I think his current wife is named Jodi, and she is very much alive at the present moment and, I assume, well fed.
I don't think your comment was the worst. Until now, I had just forced myself to keep from pushing the abuse button.
What adominable conduct? I'm not flaming you, I just don't know what the Schindlers have done that could be called "adominable".
There's a site about Scientology satanists and Terri Schiavi about just your idea.
Yes. You are correct. Regards,
Making allegations of wife-beating for seven years without any evidence is pretty abominable in my book.
Not the Lutheran church I know!!
Maybe he'll combine the funeral and wedding into one.
It's terrible, but I guess we shouldn't be surprised. Just when I think that I can't be shocked by his behavior, he manages to out do himself.
Well, because I'm a really nasty SOB when I get ticked off, I'd let them show up, and have them bring the media circus, and let them spout off.
And then serve everyone with the defamation lawsuit.
Precisely. Nothing infuriates a rude person more than meticulous politeness which highlights their behavior.
Interesting use of the word was... apparently Mike used to be something other than what he is now. Take a look at this web site and decide for yourself. Detecting Deception Through Statement Analysis
I hope he does. Michael would have to take the stand in any such lawsuit, and that's one thing he can't afford to do.
There is no excuse to hide the location of a person's burial from their parents. You can't rationalize this because of things that they have said about Michael, that they believed.
The name Michael Schiavo or "to Schiavo someone" or "what a Schiavo this guy is" etc., etc. has already entered the English lexicon. Your name Schiavo now ranks BELOW Lewnisky.
I've been anything but a hall monitor. In all my 5 years at FR this is only the 2nd or 3rd time I've hit the abuse button on someone else's post. I've made many unfortunate comments myself in the past and have even pushed the abuse button on my own posts.
Do you really think the whole world isn't going to know where those ashes get buried?
How can this monster continue to spit on Catholics, and on God, and continue to get away with it?!
If this were any other religion other than Catholicism, the world would be up in arms. Why not for us Catholics? When are we going to stop laying down and taking it? Doesn't everyone see that this is not only about Terri's human rights, it's also about religious discrimination.
Maybe the Schindlers know something that the rest of us don't. You can know something and still not have proof. And regardless, with everyday that passes, it seems that MS finds a new way to prove that he's not the hero of this story.
You better hope and pray that's the case. You know why?
Free Republic--and the shrillest Terribots--will be "joint and severally liable" defendants.
My point exactly.
If Michael had ever shown up at any of his depositions, he could have rebutted such claims. Wonder why he didn't?
How about the verb "to greer"?
Regarding the Schlinders going to the funeral:
``If Mike knew they would come in peace, he would have no problem with it,'' Scott Schiavo, Michael Schiavo's brother, said during an interview at his home.
Now compare that to the Schlinders on tv today asking for forgiveness for their wrongs and for God to forgive the Schiavos for they "know not what they do".
Doesn't seem as though the Schlinders are anything BUT peaceful. The Schiavos on the other hand are full of contempt and seem to want to hurt the Schlinders (and Fr. Pavone) as much as possible. That's my observation.
I'm no saint and I will allow my husband's ex to attend his funeral. I despise the woman, but I'm willing to make that sacrifice for the good of both families. It seems that Michael is not.
How true, Poohbah.
WHy is no-one fighting for the religious rights of this poor woman? Terri was a CATHOLIC and as such, should have a CATHOLIC funeral.
(Unless Michael suddenly remembers a conversation they had "in passing while watching TV" where she said she didn't want a Catholic burial./sarcasm)
Hitting the nail right on the ol' head. Felos hates pro lifers with a passion.
Dollars to donuts the ME is a freind of Greer.
No independent observers allowed
No, I don't know him.
But, if you were accused of being a wife-beater for seven years straight on the Internet, would you invite the accuser to any social occasion?
Interesting site, though I found at least one bit I'm not so sure of:
# "As I was walking home last night I could hear someone following me."How is the conditional "future tense"? To my mind, saying "I could hear someone following me" has a different meaning from "I heard someone following me". The latter would suggest that there was a distinct moment in time when the speaker noticed the sound of the person following, and the person did not physically hear the sound prior to noticing it. The former would suggest that the person started physically hearing the sound of the person following before they took notice of it. Rather a different meaning justifying the different phraseology.
"I could hear" is future tense. "I heard" is past tense.
I can see his point about the media circus, but why not HE stay at home and allow those who love her to bury her? His actions are inhumane and demonic. This is about revenge against the in-laws he hates. And control. He's a control freak.
If Michael and the parents were at the funeral, there would be a major media circus, and a fight. That would diishonor Terri's memory. But he's using that as an excuse to torture them even more. I don't think they should be at the same service. Perhaps Michael, if he had any heart or class, would have his own service, then hand the ashes over to the parents for another.
Just your typical low-life POS. Hope Michael is enjoying his shiny, flashy ring that he had made for himself after melting down Terri's. Like I said, just your typical low-life POS. Nothing to see here...just move along.
Absolutely - but he will face his Judge someday - whether he believes he will or not. Then he will really know what Thirst is. Terri was rescued into the arms of Jesus - unless he changes, I don't think he will.
Funerals are not "social occasions".
I'm wondering when a hospice 'insider' - like a nurse is going to write a tell all book about what REALLY happened in that place.
Go lightly, GoLightly.
He is evil. To deny them being at the bedside, now not being able to attend her burial. He is the ultimate control freak. Warning you young girls out there - pick your husbands to be cautiously! Your life may depend on it.
"Most families can bury differences at family funerals."
Well, I am dreading my mom's cousin's funeral, even before she dies. She has about 6 months left from her cancer, and both my uncle and his ex-wife should attend. But I am afraid either my uncle will not go, or there will be a fight. They had a real nasty divorce, and his ex will be there with the man she had an affair with for 7 years. The ex shouldn't go, but she will, and my own family will be forced to endure her or not go. We loathe and detest her, and her sneering little adultering new husband (who left his wife and two kids for her. My uncle won't go, but I have to go. I'll just ignore her.
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