Skip to comments.The Schiavo Autopsy Results: Terri Dailies July 6
Posted on 07/06/2005 10:50:06 AM PDT by 8mmMauser
Several bloggers have drawn attention to a strange lead in a Washington Post story about the Terri Schiavo autopsy results. The June 16 Post story by David Brown said that "Terri Schiavo died of the effects of a profound and prolonged lack of oxygen to her brain on a day in 1990, but what caused that event isn't known and may never be, the physician who performed her autopsy said
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Wait until Jeb goes back to South Florida. The Cuban community is hacked off that Jeb let Terri die. And, there's that little boy Elian - Jeb washed his hands then too.
Well, at least Jeb has clean hands because he's always washing them.
Nice try, guys.
I've never heard it expressed this way, floriduh voter, but you may be on to something???
No, floriduh voter, they support Kay Bailey Hutchison in TX and those two women in ME. But they don't want K. Harris because they say she cannot win.
new Terri blog: http://www.schiavoconspiracy.blog.spot.com or something like that. http://www.schiavo.conspiracy.blogspot.com/. Try both of them. It's a good site.
About the Cheryl Ford book: I thought I read that Michael R. Schiavo, another popular FL Republican, could keep anyone other than himself from writing a book about Terri. But how could that be?
They say Katherine cannot win because they are backing Democrat Bill Nelson who's buddy buddy with Mel Martinez who is a newbie up there. Nelson is showing Martinez the ropes. Martinez needs all the help he can get.
HINO is having trouble shopping his book. I guess his disgusting persona is turning off publishers. I'm surprised Felos' publisher hasn't signed HINO up. Felos is a bottom dweller too.
I got very little sleep last night and it shows!!
Misdiagnosis of Persistent Vegetative State
Filed under: Medicine/Health Politics Law Life Issues Different River @ 2:40 pm
This study in the British Medical Journal in 1996 found that 43% of those diagnosed as in a persistent vegetative state were actually not, including some whod had that diagnosis for several year. This other study in Neurology in 1993 found that 37% were misdiagnosed.
This is not exactly new information. And the ways the articles describe people as not being in PVS (follow the links) sound like the sort of things Terri does that her detractors call reflexes.
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Forget those "conspiracy links" above. I'll need to copy and paste it here sometime to get the addy right.
TEJ does it again. This is about Michael's job application for Sheriff. It's funny how poor his memory is but he knew for certain that Terri wanted to be tortured and killed.
Well, we agree that they are "completely different books." However, Mark Fuhrman is not a "P.I.," and Cheryl Ford's "CV in the medical field" is neither extensive enough, nor impressive enough, to sell books.
But that's not the reason that her book will not be "on bookshelves." It won't be sold in bookstores and through the big online booksellers because she doesn't have a publisher in the traditional sense. Her book is being "self-published" (vanity published; she's paying to publish it), and that takes it out of the pipeline for bookstore/bookseller placement.
Hundreds of thousands of books are vanity-published every year...it's not a "bad thing." Vanity publishing has been going on for well over a hundred years, as would-be "authors" are willing to pay to see their works in print. With the advent of the internet and e-books, it's a growing and lucrative business (at least for the vanity publishers, not the authors). Very few vanity-published books find the success that motivates a regular publisher to option them (and thus move them into bookstores). Personally, I'd be pleasantly surprised to see Cheryl and Jan's book optioned. However, the likelihood of that is very small. While it would be normal for Cheryl and Jan to pay for, and then consign, a small supply of their book to a few willing local boutiques, the chances of seeing the Ford/Craddock book "on bookshelves" (meaning in places like Borders, B&N, or even WalMart's books secion) is slim to none.
Cheryl Ford's book is going to be on the shelves. I wouldn't belabor the point if I didn't know it for a fact. When her book is out, I'm sure someone will post where it can be purchased.
Michael Savage just said in his opinion, the Bushys are businessmen.
I hope that debris blew well away from Discovery.
Actually, I thought the article was a little confusing. But it appears that the republican currently being courted as a challenger to democratic US senator Bill Nelson is our current state house speaker, FL representative Allen Bense.
Probably not a bad choice, but I personally think that Bense's chances of beating Bill Nelson aren't that great, at least not in 2006...but who knows? That's 16 months away, with the opportunity for a heck of a lot of water under bridge.
As you wish.
Cheryl Ford's book...
It will be on Amazon.com and the main distributors should be carrying it too..
At least Fuhrman stated that a grand jury should be impaneled but then, this is Florida and friends don't let friends impanel grand juries.
Fregards from the racketeering and scandal hqs for the world. FV
Well, the euthanazi's have a global reach you know.
fyi: google alerts is censoring some Terri stories. Does yahoo have alerts? I know topix.net does.
"But they don't want K. Harris because they say she cannot win."
I'm thinking they'll back Charlie Crist. He appears to be a fence-sitter and whatever the popular opinion is, he'll lean that way. He does have name recognition and that decides a lotta votes, sad to say.
I did not listen to Savage today: in what context was he talking about the Bushes being businessmen?
Just had a brainstorm! Let's all plan a swim party (the date based on the next storm) and have Greer, Felos, Rice, McCabe, Crist and Schiavo to be sure and bring their swimsuits.
I'd be happy to bring the food and drink!!!
Terri Schiavo, a woman who collapsed at 26 and suffered severe brain damage, is dead because her husband and our justice system determined that her life wasn't worth living.
...her fate rested on a husband so profoundly devoted to her that he fathered two children with a woman he'd been seeing for years as she lay bed-ridden. Would Terri have wanted her husband to get on with his life? Perhaps, but I doubt she thought his "closure" would come at the expense of her life.
The fight to kill Terri has been a low mark for the American justice system. We've arrived at a point where we feel empowered to decide whose life is worthy and whose is not. Was it OK to kill Terri because she couldn't feed herself or because of the degree of brain damage? What if her brain had been less damaged, but she still couldn't feed herself? What if she could feed herself but was equally brain-damaged? Before his own recent death, Pope John Paul II called America a culture of death. Since Terri Schiavo's case entered the American consciousness, we have witnessed the fervor with which her husband, the American Civil Liberties Union and much of the American media advocated for her death. The Pope's words ring loudly, clearly and true.
Read the rest of the article at New Visions Commentary
Powerful words, powerful article.
"America has always been a beacon of light for the rest of the world, a nation that values life above all else and guarantees the pursuit of that life. Yet with each innocent one ended in the battle to kill the weak and voiceless, we move farther away from the light that shines for the rest of the world."
What a shock that would be!
Theodore, I was multi-tasking when I had Michael Savage on last night. I caught the end of his sentence about the Bushes but he called them the Bushys.
Is this sooner than expected results of "the Schiavo effect"? The day that Terri died, many people stated to the media and to each other that Florida would be punished. Maybe the monetary penalty hit sooner than anyone expected.
Florida's leaders worship money. Maybe they should stop covering things up here, think about what they've done and change course. As long as Florida is tagged "The Starvation State", it's not a good business climate.
The subtle boycott of Florida which was not even organized per seems to be working.
Thanks for all your emails to Tallahassee. They'll wake up one of these days. FV
Bump to 1630. Let's hear it for the Pope.
TYPO FIX: The subtle boycott of Florida which was not even organized PER SE seems to be working. (hard to type with cat sitting w/me). (wfla news above).
Terri is America's Innocent Daughter.
"Did you know that a judge can bring baseless criminal charges against you, have you arrested, and bring you before him to be tried without a jury? ... but this is happening right now in the United States in the Tampa Bay Area of Florida."
FYI: TEJ has given permission to freepers to use a paragraph and a link.
No complete articles and we're good to go.
Time do run errands. I think google has dropped Terri. Anyone else not getting Terri google alerts any more?
Today, the Freepers that is, registered members of the site constitute a highly motivated activist community numbering in the tens of thousands. FreeRepublic chapters have formed in every state. The term they use for political action is "freeping." A freep can be anything from an e-mail campaign to a boycott or a street demonstration. (EXCERPT WND).
Remember they are fire but maybe the water would put them out.
Probably just a twitch in the market. But long term, watch for the "Jim King effect": nobody in his right mind will retire to Florida when he learns that lawyers and politicians are empowered to put you to death and raid your bank accounts.
A 2nd DCA staffer discussed Terri at an event which violates judicial canons but what's a canon compared to judicial homicide? Once there is lawlessness, nobody knows where it will lead.
God bless Terri and her real family.
As long as they have a Court Order from Greer, they feel they can keep robbing wards of their funds whether they are still living or dead.
Wake up Amerika! This could happen in your state.
dirt on Greer, et al http://www.judgegeorgegreer.com
That's Michael Schiavo's situation too, if ever a criminal case is built against him. Murder. No statute of limitations. Careful, Michael, somebody may blow your cover.
Careful George, Deborah, Brian, Joan, Jodi. You know too much.
T'wit, I have more on that coming up. Seems they are leaving in the tubes, just stopping the nourishment and water.
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