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  • Bobby Schindler: Legacies of Terri Schiavo, Robert Schindler Inspire My Family

    08/31/2011 4:46:55 PM PDT · by wagglebee · 119 replies
    Life News ^ | 8/31/11 | Bobby Schindler Note:  Bobby Schindler is the brother of Terri Schiavo and he and his family now work for Terri’s Life & Hope Network to help disabled and incapacitated patients like her. The anniversary of the death of his father, Robert Schindler, was earlier this week. The passing of both Terri and my father is what helps inspire my family and the work we do at Terri’s Life & Hope Network to continue fighting for our most vulnerable every day.My father was a man of incredible strength, and loved his family so much that he essentially gave up his life...
  • Polish man wakes up to new world after 19 years in coma

    06/02/2007 8:52:24 AM PDT · by marthemaria · 69 replies · 3,394+ views
    WARSAW (AFP) - A Pole who spent 19 years in a coma has woken up and will now have to adapt to a country where the communists are no longer in power, a television station announced Friday. Railwayman Jan Grzebski fell into a coma after he was hit by a train in 1988, the private channel Polsat said. In an interview, Grzebski said that he owed his survival to his wife, Gertruda. "She's the one who always took care of me. She saved my life," he said. Grzebski was a father of four at the time of the accident. He...
  • Senate balance pivots on ailing Democrat (Johnson)

    01/06/2007 9:03:57 PM PST · by FairOpinion · 129 replies · 3,032+ views
    Cape Cod Times ^ | Jan. 5, 2007 | Wire Reports
    Johnson spent his 60th birthday last week in the intensive-care unit of George Washington University Hospital, where he has been in critical condition since emergency brain surgery Dec. 13. He has not spoken since the surgery, said a spokeswoman, and he remains on a ventilator at night. Johnson is up for re-election in two years, but until then no authority can remove him from office. Should Johnson die, however, all eyes would be on Gov. Michael Rounds of South Dakota. He is a Republican, and would be under pressure to name a Republican to the Senate seat - thus giving...
  • Battle Over Terri Schiavo Not Over

    03/31/2005 7:21:16 PM PST · by tessalu · 50 replies · 1,330+ views
    Fox News ^ | March 31, 2005 | Jane Roh
    Legal analysts said to expect legislatures across the country to examine their end-of-life laws. "In my view, the most material question is the status of a guardian," said Jonathan Turley, a professor at George Washington University who has followed Schiavo's case closely. "I personally believe that the Schindlers had good ground to question whether Michael Schiavo should have continued as the guardian after he formed a new family with another woman and ultimately had two children by that individual," Turley told
  • Why did Judge Greer Disallow all of the Evidence?

    03/28/2005 10:40:43 PM PST · by TeleStraightShooter · 34 replies · 986+ views
    2005.3.28 | telestraightshooter
    I am looking for a source that explains why Judge Greer disallowed all of the evidence presented to contradict Micheal Schivo's claim about "Terri's wish". From what I gather, since no evidence was admitted to the contrary, Micheal Shivo's claim about "Terri's wish" was technically unchallenged. Judge Greer's own words would be nice.
  • The Forum: If Terri Dies, Who is Safe?

    03/28/2005 11:01:48 AM PST · by marshmallow · 146 replies · 1,836+ views
    Catholic World News ^ | 3/28/05 | Phil Lawler
    Mar. 25 ( - The treatment of Terri Schiavo has emerged as a major watershed in the drive toward euthanasia in the US. If I were an enthusiastic proponent of "the right to die," I would not be comfortable with this test case. There are times when it really is not clear when respirator should be disconnected-- times when it is difficult to know whether or not a beloved relative should be allowed to die in peace. This is not one of those cases. Terri Schiavo was not close to death-- until her feeding tube was disconnected. She was not,...
  • Protests Outside Schiavo Hospice Chaotic

    03/26/2005 4:40:38 AM PST · by tessalu · 205 replies · 3,577+ views
    Stockton Record ^ | March 26, 2005 | JILL BARTON
    PINELLAS PARK, Fla. (AP) -- Jennifer Johnson, barefoot and in her pajamas, ran to her grandfather's bedside once a hospice worker said his death was moments away. She got there - one minute too late. Johnson said the chaos outside the hospice where Terri Schiavo is dying kept her from saying goodbye. When Johnson arrived, a police officer demanded identification; she had none. And after a hospice employee cleared her, another officer halted her for a search with a metal detector. The delays lasted three to four minutes - the last of her grandfather's life. "It's a terrible, extra obstacle...
  • Barbarity in America

    03/19/2005 4:30:30 PM PST · by tessalu · 13 replies · 889+ views
    World Net Daily ^ | March 18, 2005 | Rabbi Shmauley Boteach
    I never believed that I would live in a country that would, in effect, execute a brain-damaged woman who never hurt anyone in her life. The story of Terri Schiavo should outrage every decent American. While our soldiers valiantly fight and die across the sea so complete strangers can enjoy human rights, here at home an American woman who suffered severe brain damage 15 years ago is being subjected to death by dehydration and starvation by order of a judge. Today, her feeding tube was removed. The humanity of every society is determined first and foremost by how it treats...
  • Michael Schiavo's former girlfriend speaks: Excerpts From Depo

    02/14/2005 6:26:09 AM PST · by amdgmary · 35 replies · 5,172+ views
    Hyscience ^ | Feb 12, 2005
    Saturday, February 12, 2005 Michael Schiavo's former girlfriend speaks: Excerpts From Cynthia Shook's May 8, 2001 Deposition given in fear In a previous Hyscience post, Carole Lieberman, M.D., M.P.H., Psychiatrist and expert medical witness, and the author of the book, Bad Boys: Why We Love Them, How to Live with Them and When to Leave Them, was quoted as saying, "I have studied men who exhibit pathology in their relationships with women. Profiles of the twelve different types of bad boys are explained. Michael Schiavo fits the profile, described in the book as the Prince of Darkness (see chapter 13)....
  • Terri’s ‘Exit Protocol’

    01/14/2005 1:09:55 AM PST · by amdgmary · 36 replies · 1,310+ views
    The Catholic Standard & Times ^ | Jan 10, 2005 | Susan Brinkmann
    On Oct. 27, 2003, Michael Schiavo, the husband of the cognitively disabled Florida woman, Terri Schindler-Schiavo, appeared on Larry King Live to explain why he was fighting so hard to remove his wife’s feeding tube. His appearance was only days after the Florida legislature intervened to have Terri’s feeding tube reinserted for the second time in two years. Michael Schiavo insisted that he wanted to help his wife “die with dignity.” He told King: “It’s painless, and probably the most natural way to die. It is a very easy way to die — probably the second best way to die,...
  • Death as Deliverance: Euthanatic Thinking in Germany ca. 1890-1933

    10/20/2003 9:45:11 PM PDT · by · 8 replies · 291+ views
    J. Daryl Charles ^ | 10-10-02 | J. Daryl Charles
    Editor’s note: The following commentary was taken from a forthcoming CBHD paper of the same title. The expanded, referenced paper will include sections on the medical, legal, compassion, and economic arguments used to further euthanatic thinking in pre-WWII Germany. A recurring theme in the encyclicals of John Paul II has been the necessity that we harness freedom to truth. Speaking from the vantage-point of one who has had intimate acquaintance with political tyranny, John Paul addresses those of us who live in a “free” society by reminding us that the wedding of democratic pluralism and moral relativism constitutes a thinly-veiled...