Skip to comments.Indian Hospital defends disabled woman against authorís call for euthanasia
Posted on 02/01/2011 3:57:17 PM PST by wagglebee
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We saw her suffering through his.
I get sick to my stomach when I read it. It’s inconceivable to me that anyone could support such barbarism.
Remembering Terri this morning. This year’s anniversary has been especially difficult, what with the days of the week coinciding with the dates of six years ago. I’ve been praying every day for the Schindlers these last couple of weeks, and so wish I could have gone to the service today in Florida.
May God bless all of you who were there for all your efforts, it was an incredible and very humbling privilege to stand with you. (There were other FReepers present, but I’m at a loss for the screen names this morning, my sincere apologies.)
And thank you Wagglebee, for all your work these past days (no, years!) reminding people what a brutal, ugly, outrageous killing it was, stretched out over nearly two weeks. They tried to coat it in all sorts of soothing words, but we know what it really was. I still cannot believe this public murder happened in this country.
March 31, 2005 (WND) - It was six years ago today, March 31, 2005, that 41-year-old Terri Schiavo succumbed to 13 days of court-ordered dehydration and starvation under the watchful eyes of a security guard posted nearby.
Thousands of protesters were gathered outside her Pinellas Park, Fla., hospice, surveilled by rooftop sharpshooters paid for by the hospice at a cost of $98,162. Schiavo's estranged husband, Michael Schiavo, and his attorney took turns with her parents and siblings and their attorney holding a bedside vigil during what right-to-die advocates called her "death process," which was triggered by the court-ordered ... (continue)
"We will not be silent.
We are your bad conscience.
The White Rose will give you no rest."
F2 tornado hits Terri’s final resting place this morning before noontime. It was a pretty hard hit that cut across a wide swath of Florida.
The weather was pretty fierce this morning. I hope everyone who went to Ave Maria will have an easy way home since the Skyway Bridge is closed to high profile vehicles. Tornadoes everywhere.
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