Though it wasnt Sara sitting on the so-called ethics committee that determined Gary should be starved and dehydrated to death the Guardian and County (who actually were involved in the attempted death of an innocent person) have suggested she is a danger to her husband.
Huh? Did I miss something there?
Hasnt a DNR been placed on Gary? If something does go wrong thats it, isnt it? Those in charge have made it clear they have no intention of lifting a finger to save his life, but yet, it is Garys wife, Sara, that is considered the danger to him?
The Twilight Zone has competition!
It is the Guardian, County, and So-Called Ethics Committee that decided Gary should die, but Sara needs to be supervised when visiting him? So, what do they think she is going to do to Gary that they need to protect him from?
Certainly cant be death!
Certainly cant be torturing him to death by starvation and dehydration!
So just what are the supervised visits suppose to be accomplishing? What protection are they allegedly providing? What are they supposedly preventing?
Im with you I dont know either!
I did get word though, that the bills for these questionable supervised visits are being charged to Gary and he is either out of money or running out of money to pay for them. What does this mean? No more visits with his wife? And this is in Garys best interest how?
I dont know who these people are that think they are looking out for Gary Harveys best interests, but I certainly wouldnt want them in charge of looking out for my best interests under any circumstances.
Isolation is a form of torture. It causes failure to thrive. So now, when those in control of Gary didnt get him starved and dehydrated to death, and have not been able to implement the DNR they are going to deny him his wifes visits? Who are they trying to punish? Gary for being disabled or Sara for fighting to bring her husband home?
One can only wonder!
Authors Note: Brief interviews with Sara Harvey can be found at WENY-TV (Dying With Dignity, Emma Wright June 3, 2009) and at Family Life (FLN News/The Gary Harvey Story , Sarah Harnisch July 9, 2009) and (FLN News/The Gary Harvey Story: An Update , Sarah Harnisch October 28, 2009) as well as articles by The Corning Leaders John Zick and Star Gazettes Ray Finger and ongoing coverage by National Association to Stop Guardian Abuse (NASGA).
Carrie Hutchens is a former law enforcement officer and a freelance writer who is active in fighting against the death culture movement and the injustices within the judicial and law enforcement systems.