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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Thanks for the ping, 8mmMauser. Very nicely written column.
"The unborn, human embryos, and disabled people like Terri Schiavo. These are the expendable ones, according to the prevailing media view. I always thought that liberals were supposed to be compassionate. The liberal media are strangely cold and calculating on the matter of who lives and dies. If you don't meet their test of humanity, you're dead. It's frightening. Who's next on the list?"
Never send to know for whom the bell tolls; it tolls for thee.
Less human = more animal = who care in the media.
GOD + life (any amount) = good
Liberal MSM bias ping.
Unfortunately, many other "rights" trump the right to life these days.
save for later
You know I realize this may be asking for a lot but do you think it's possible to actually title a thread on the issue with applying some sort of martyr status to one camp while castigating the other? I mean you don't see the other camp with a thread titled Reasonable Understanding Conservatives vs The Statist Loons do you?
As for the actual thread, is it possible, again I realize this is asking for a lot, for supporters of the Schindlers to disagree on this issue without out of touch hyperbolic calls for impeachment, childish namecalling and slander of those involved, and Scientology references
The issue has never been the rationale of a 'cult of death' but rather what role government should play in any decision.
Isn't it horrible. We are a culture of death. We let people who wouldn't normally be able to sustain themselves die, is this abhorrent or what. When I saw last nights car accident on TV, and how the guy only had a head and a stump I thought.. MY GOD.. this guy could still be alive.. hook him up to machines QUICK. We should all be allowed to live forever on machines whether we have a brain or not, stupid dems.
Was it wrong to kill Terri Schiavo?
Yes 86.8% 1,428
No 7.7% 127
Pass 3.3% 55
Undecided 2.2% 36
See post #13
Isn't it strange, though, that he didn't wait for the autopsy results before publishing his book? Wouldn't it have been better to include more information, or was rushing it into stores more important?
Two, why as a conservative do I care about a poll? Is that now how Constitutional issues, separation of powers, and the proper limitations of government are decided? What about the rule of law? Facts?
Your entire post shows a poll. So is that your final argument? Because 1427 people agree with you (on a very badly worded question I might add, talk about slant..), it means they have carte blanche to make nonsensical arguments, slander Michael Schiavo (who hasn't been charged with anything BTW), and develop conspiracy theories as truth and fact?
"Where there is life, there is hope"..Terri Schindler
Could you please post where this quote came from? A poem she wrote before 1990? Family home video? Or were you channeling it somehow?
I am so confused by your post. The courts (the state if you will) insinuated themselves into Terri's life and death. To me, you appear to have the issue completely backwards. With all due respect. I would surely hope that the law would do what it's supposed to do (protect us) and not step in and HELP someone kill me.
The Medical Examiner announced at the beginning that he would issue the report within two to three weeks after the autopsy. He then delayed it for ten weeks before issueing the report. Could the M.E. have delayed the issue the report intentially after the setting of the print date?
See post #8 for any research you need.
I doubt it - that's pretty far-fetched, if you're suggesting that the ME did it because of the book. There's no evidence whatsoever to suggest that the coroner isn't an upstanding man.
Regardless, Fuhrman's book got a couple extra weeks on the shelves, and is now and forever out of date. Don't think that's a very good tradeoff for him.
No, the courts were asked by one party to determine a civil case. Nothing else. They were not 'insinuated' into anything.
I would surely hope that the law would do what it's supposed to do (protect us) and not step in and HELP someone kill me.
And I would surely hope the law, whatever the decision, when decided would be respected within the limitations of the Constitution, which means the Florida Supreme Court was the final arbitrator on the case.
What is so strange about it? Neither one of us have read the book, and I quite frankly don't trust what the M.E. who did the autopsy said, so I don't see your point.
Obviously you haven't read too much about this case, it's not worth going any further into your questions or logic.
What you pointed out is just another reason why I think the autopsy results stink to high heaven.
So, if you think the state had a role to play, then what is wrong with those of us who disagree with their decision? Why are we all about the govermnet intervening in people's life but you're not? I smell hypocracy here....
Interestingly, Mark Fuhrman has praised the medical examiner. He doesn't seem to think that the autopsy results stink to high heaven.
Can I get a link?
Portrait of a Spiritual Killer: George Felos, in His Own WordsWow you know, you're right!!! That's just from one thread. The hard hitting in depth reporting. The factual evidence provided (oh forgot they don't matter). Why I do believe almost every post on that one thread is so full of information, I could easily form an opinion on not only the actual evidence of the case but also the sanity of some of the posters
Felos is creepy, perhaps mentally ill, and appears to have hallucinations.
4 posted on 07/05/2005 9:37:50 PM EDT by Dante3
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Good article. Thanks for the post. Felos is a freak.
5 posted on 07/05/2005 9:40:22 PM EDT by WarPaint (Crush Islam) [ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 1 | View Replies | Report Abuse ]
Totally gave me chills! This man is one sick twisted soul. He will surely burn in hell if he doesn't turn from his murderous ways!
7 posted on 07/05/2005 9:52:42 PM EDT by Halls (I will never forget Terri Schiavo and neither should you!)
Michael and the vampire Felos came across exactly as this author describes them even on television, and some of the Fox journalists expressed their revulsion for Felos during the times he was describing poor Terri's "lovely" death.
God bless the Schindlers. Their daughter fell into the hands of monsters, and the courts and legislators mostly backed the monsters to the hilt.
11 posted on 07/05/2005 10:39:01 PM EDT by Cecily [ Post Reply | Private Reply | To 3 | View Replies | Report Abuse ]
'Vampire', 'twisted soul', 'burn in hell if he doesn't turn from his murderous ways', 'freak', 'creepy, and appears to have hallucinations'. Who said Pharisees were no longer with us?
It might be in a transcript somewhere, but I heard him with my own ears on Hannity's radio show right after the book came out, and this morning on the Lee Rodger's radio program at 7 am in an interview. I don't have a link, so no, I can't prove it. Sorry.
I read somewhere that in the 2nd edition of Fuhrman's book he will discuss the autopsy results.
Not saying I disagree or don't disagree. But it should have stopped at the state level, whatever decision. You are about government intervening unconstitutionally when you approach the national government over a state issue.
I smell hypocracy here....
You do nothing of the sort. You probably just forgot what a limited government conservative looks like.
The M.E. ruled out Bulimia as a cause of a heart failure, and he ruled out any heart attack pointing out terri's heart was healthy until the end.Hence he found the oxygen depravation to the brain was from an unknown cause from his perspective.Mark has several good theories of what could have caused that deprivation from his long experience in investigating suspicious deaths.
What hard information do you want? It was murder. Plain and simple. Done by Judge and Sheriff at behest of Judge and Husband -- but murder nonetheless.
You forgot to ping the freepers whose posts you included.
He said it on Sean Hannity's radio show and the TV show that same night.
Thankyou for the update, Mark's assessment of the autopsy report will be very significant. I strongly recommend reading his book, it is spellbinding and very clearly formulated.Hopefully the second edition will be out shortly.
How about the old standard, deliberate intent through good old fashioned foul play?
That's one of those fine conspiracy theories right there. Nothing to support your allegations, except more innuendo. No charges of wrongdoing by any government official against Schiavo but you know
A) it was murder and
B) the judge and the sheriff were involved
But as I said before, innuendoes are as good as facts apparently.
Terri was murdered. She was forcibly starved to death, forced to die of thirst.
You don't want fact, you don't want truth. You want denial and excuses. That hunger -- for denial and excuses -- you have can never be satisfied.
Yep, she fell so hard on a hard floor that the thud woke HINO up from a sound sleep but she had no bruises on her face or a broken nose even though she had fallen face down according to the HINO! Your theory seems amazingly precise and accurate.Maybe she was moved to that location from her bed and pillow?
Why don't you trust the ME? His credibility has not been questioned, not by anybody on the case.
Grab some popcorn. ;O)
Thanks, that and the one on the cover of Mark Furman's book are the ones I remember best.
How about the pillow itself as a possible murder weapon?
Do you want someone else making the decision of whether you should live or die, based completely on hearsay?
I didn't think so.