And therein is the key to this whole story. How did a healthy young woman, almost surely asleep, end up face down on a hallway floor, in cardiac arrest and near death, shortly after her husband came home late on a Saturday night? Why did her blood tests show lactic acidosis (caused by extreme exertion in the absence of oxygen)? Why did the only witness, Michael, lie to police about everything being fine between them when he and Terri had had a terrible row that very day?
These questions will be answered, perhaps sooner than later. Many people are keeping dirty little secrets. How long before one of them breaks?
Ultimately, her husband ordered her feeding tube removed, and she died. Some, including the Vatican, likened her death to murder.
"I don't think I have any right as a Catholic to say when my life should end," Kelly said. "I don't think I have a right to take my own life, a right to take anyone else's life, and I certainly don't want anyone taking my own life."
Even more interesting is why so many amateur Columbos believe they know more about this than those who actually investigated it?