Ahh, so the cheesy, lawyer-promted hearsay from people named Schindler are worth more than a plugged nickel?
Both families had their time before the court, and the court felt that there was clear and convincing evidence that this was what Terri wanted.
It was good testimony. It did not have the stench of interest that tainted the Schiavos' testimony. It was not limited to Terri's family, but included her friends and her priests. And, it made sense. After all, Terri was a practicing Catholic who believed that taking her own life was a sin. She did not have a suicide wish.
It was Scott and Joan Schiavo's testimony that is open to the suspicion of lawyer tampering. Scott admitted under oath that the didn't recall the long-ago and long forgotten memories of Terri until he had had a personal meeting with George Felos. Joan Schiavo also met with Felos before having miraculous memory recovery.