A Few of the Facts That Werent Reported:
Terri was never on a ventilator. Her only "life support" was assistance with food and water at mealtimessomething she might have overcome with therapy.
Michael Schiavo and the court denied access to more than forty medical professionals, doctors, and neurologists who believed Terri had not been properly diagnosed.
Terri could recognize her parents and respond to them, attempting to speak.
Terri was so healthy that it took 13 days for her to dieeven without an ounce of food or water.
A Florida death row cell would have been safer for Terri than her hospice room since you cant starve a convicted criminal, or even an animal, according to Florida law.
Terri on the road to recovery before the second stage began.
Here he is with the Schindlers.
"He [Crist] had it within his authority to save her [Terri's] life, but he turned a blind eye to her suffering. Even worse, he worked to ensure her death."
"Not only did Charlie Crist refuse our family lawful access to the assets of his office, but he violated his oath of office by actively cooperated with those in positions of political and judicial authority whom denied us legal access to the police and regulatory systems meant to protect the weak."
"It is quite clear that Charlie Crist, to this day, has demonstrated no public affection for the cause of life, or Christianity, or any set of core values."
Crist to Judge Greer & Judge Whitemore: ""You are heroes to all of us, and your defense of the judiciary and what is right is beyond admirable."
I have been intimately close to the Schindler family for more than 3 years. Their motive was not, is not profit. The motive was and is a love few will ever understand. They dedicate every waking hour today to helping other families facing similar situations across America. Strange, the night Terri was asking for a divorce she is found face down on the floor her hands clutched up under her throat. I could, might write a book on the felony criminal fraud, and what was to have been a most of a million dollar theft of her rehabilitation and guardianship accounts with the corrupt help of a right to murder for money judge. The woman was NOT in a persistent vegetative state, that is a law of the case lie. I have witnessed the official court videos, and listened to the several audio recordings of her interacting with her environment, and know personally the people who had access to and interacted with her. She was aware of her own existence. In the moments before her natural food and natural water, natural gravity feeding tube was viscously slice from her belly, Terri Schindler Schiavo screamed for her life. As long as there is breath in my body I will be working for the indictment of a judge and a state prosecutor on a charge of first degree murder, and a variety of lesser charges for those others who facilitated murder.
Quality of life?
By whose standard? Yours? Other "professionals" deciding for me whether they are going to treat me, care for me, or MURDER ME? May God have mercy on the souls of those who in their superior wisdom put people to death who wanted to live. One day a major story of murder in a hospital setting in Sarasota will hit the headlines.
A quick story.
There's a young man in Rochester, NY I've gotten to know by telephone. He was in a coma for some months about 4 or 5 years ago. As he lay in his hospital bed the doctors stood there with his mother explaining that with medications he would die in 3 days, that if he lived he would be a vegetable. She was outraged. She stood with him, protected him. Today he walks with a limp, speaks with measured difficulty -- but he has a job working for an office products company, owns a car, has his own apartment, and at age 22 he has a life in front of him -- AND HE WANTS TO WORK to help others in danger of being murdered by health care professionals. The doctor standing there proposing medicinal murder, the young man lay there terrified, listening to every word. Do you want to hear other stories of people surviving doctors and nurses trying to murder their patients?
Terri could hear every word. She had the ability to discern between those "professionals" who loved her and wanted to take care of her, and those aligned with a "quality of life" culture of professional murder.