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2005, Terri Schiavo


Terri Schiavo was killed by court-ordered forced starvation.

Lessons to be learned:

The U.S. Courts are out of control and need to be brought into line by the Executive Branch.

The killing community wants euthanasia to deal with aging of the baby boomers.

The volume of lies told by the press regarding this case and the ability of the corrupt news media to fool over half of the American people is scary.

"The time will come for the men responsible for this to answer for their behavior," Tom DeLay.

Senator Edward Kennedy, who can understand what it is to have an inconvenient woman, called Tom Delay's statement, "irresponsible and reprehensible."

These judges will indeed answer before God. So will Senator Kennedy. The day is coming when they will wish that they had never been born. On that day, there will be no turning back from their judgement and all the arguments will be meaningless.

Calling Terri Schiavo's death "state-ordered murder," Focus on the Family founder James Dobson and evangelist Pat Robertson condemned Florida Judge George Greer and other judges involved in the case.

"Judge Greer is an evil man," said Dobson on an interview on FOX News. "He ordered... a slow, painful death."


Pat Robertson echoed Dobson's statements. "The judiciary is out of control," he told the network, adding that he hopes Republicans use the so-called "nuclear option" to stop [liberal/progressive] fillibustering that has prevented the naming of several high-level judges who are not committed to liberalism and rewriting the constitution of the United States--judges who are not committed to making evil good and good evil.

Previously, Robertson had said the judicial rulings in the Terri Schiavo case amounted to "judicial execution."

Added the evangelist: "A convicted cop-killer wouldn't have gotten treatment like this. It's outrageous."

But the Pinellas County Medical Examiner's office has disputed Felos' portrayal of the autopsy as Michael Schiavo's choice.

"The medical examiner's investigation into the cause of death is mandated by Florida law," said William Pellan, forensic services director. "And, for no other reason, an autopsy will be performed to determine the cause of death and family requests are immaterial in that determination."

Felos also claimed that Michael Schiavo was requesting the autopsy because, "He believes it's important to have the public know the full and massive extent of the damage to Mrs. Schiavo's brain that occurred through the cardiac arrest in 1990."

Pellan disputed that claim, as well.

"Pursuant to Florida law, the autopsy report will be public record," Pellan said.

Michael Schiavo's choice to have his wife cremated eliminated any choice he might have had as to whether or not an autopsy will be performed. Florida State Statute 406.11, entitled "Examinations, investigations and autopsies," mandates the circumstances under which an autopsy must be performed.

Jeff Johnson


One of Europe's largest pro-life organizations is warning that British lawmakers may soon pass legislation that would enshrine "Schiavo-like killings" in law.

Nicola Brent

But the Terri Schiavo case is "complex" only in the sense that any of our sinful behavior is complicated. Sometimes, it is true, we weave such contorted patterns that solutions seem hard to find. That's precisely when we ought to look for God's simpler answers.

There is nothing complex about a situation like this: Party A is desperately needy. Party B, the normal provider of Party A's needs, says he doesn't want to do so. Party C, however, is more than ready to step in and provide what Party B says he doesn't want to give. Doesn't seem so hard, does it?

The situation gets complicated only when an extraneous Party D steps in to say that Party C can't, by law, extend such a merciful hand. And Party D in this case, of course, turns out to be those same activist judges who have stood half of American society on its head in recent years.

Joel Belz

Shortly after World War II, a U.S. congressional committee investigated the Nazi Holocaust and found that starvation was the main instrument of torture in the concentration camps.


Hitler was a socialist. One of the great thrusts of the liberals/progressives is toward socialism, the economy of covetousness and envy. Some things just go together.


Renowned neurologist: Schiavo can eat with aid & is not in 'persistent vegetative state'
Mar 21, 2005
By Joni B. Hannigan

PINELLAS PARK, Fla. (BP)--A doctor close to the Terri Schiavo case told the Florida Baptist Witness that the 41-year-old disabled woman could actually be fed orally if it were allowed.

"The important thing for people to understand is that she can eat and swallow right now," said William Hammesfahr, a neurologist who has examined Schiavo. He is in many of the videos circulated through the news media showing that Schiavo is at times responsive and aware.

"They are truly withholding food from a person who is awake, alert, and can eat and swallow," Hammesfahr said. After spending at least 10 hours with Schiavo several years ago, he told Florida Judge George W. Greer that she can improve with therapy.

The fact that a number of patients have emerged form persistent vegetative states after many years ought to be a flashing warning sign. There's still someone there, even if that person is unable to communicate. Does that person have a right to life? Is her life sacred too? Or if we find her condition sufficiently repulsive, do we have the right to kill her?

Nor is there any agreement that Terri is in a vegetative state right now. Her family disputes it, saying she sometimes responds to their loving gestures and words. Their perception s are dismissed as wishful thinking. But a neurologist who was nominated for the Nobel Prize in 1999 (and who examined Terri Schiavo several years ago) told BP News ( that Terri is not in a vegetative state.

Maggie Galllagher

This is the first time in history that a judge in the United States ordered anyone other than a condemned criminal to be put to death. Some have failed to order a feeding tube reinserted, but this Judge ordered the feeding tube removed. That is scary. The American court system has become very scary.


In a bizarre statement on the day Terri Schiavo's feeding tube was disconnected, Michael Schiavo seemed to inadvertently admit that he had no idea what his wife would have wanted if she became incapacitated.

During an appearance on CNN's "Larry King Live," Michael was asked if he could appreciate the distress of Terri's parents:

"Yes, I do," he replied, according to a CNN transcript. "But this is not about them, it's about Terri. And I've also said that in court. We didn't know what Terri wanted, but this is what we want."

As a practical matter, courts will generally have the last word in interpreting the law because courts decide cases. But that's a pragmatic point. There is nothing in the law, the Constitution or the concept of "federalism" that mandates giving courts the last word. Other public officials, including governors and presidents, are sworn to uphold the law, too.

It would be chaotic if public officials made a habit of disregarding court rulings simply because they disagreed with them. But a practice borne of practicality has led the courts to greater and greater flights of arrogance. Sublimely confident that no one will ever call their bluff, courts are now regularly discovering secret legal provisions requiring abortion and gay marriage and prohibiting public prayer and Ten Commandments displays.

Just once, we need an elected official to stand up to a clearly incorrect ruling by a court. Any incorrect ruling will do, but my vote is for a state court that has ordered a disabled woman to be starved to death at the request of her adulterous husband.

Ann Coulter

Greer has refused to order the most basic medical tests for brain damage before condemning a woman to death. Despite all those years of important, searching litigation we keep hearing about, Terri has yet to receive either an MRI or a PET scan -- although she may be allowed to join a support group for women whose husbands are trying to kill them. Greer has cut off the legal rights of Terri's real family and made her husband (now with a different family) her sole guardian, citing as precedent the landmark "Fox v. Henhouse" ruling of 1893. Throughout the process that would result in her death sentence, Terri was never permitted her own legal counsel. Evidently, they were all tied up defending the right to life of child-molesting murderers. Given the country's fetishism about court rulings, this may be a rash assumption, but I presume if Greer had ordered that Terri Schiavo be shot at her husband's request -- a more humane death, by the way -- the whole country would not sit idly by, claiming to be bound by the court's ruling because of the "rule of law" and "federalism." President Bush would order the FBI to protect her and Gov. Bush would send in the state police. Ann Coulter A second nurse who took care of Terri Schiavo during the mid 1990s has made public comments that she suspects Terri's estranged husband Michael abused and neglected her. Heidi Law told ABC Radio's Sean Hannity she wanted to come forward after hearing an interview the radio host did with Carla Sauer Iyer, a nurse who said she evidence that Michael had injected Terri with insulin to try to put her in physical shock. "I witnessed an occasion extremely similar to that and wasn't aware that somebody else had," Law told Hannity. I had gone into her room and she had quite the clammy fever -- or what felt like one -- and I went to the charge nurse immediately," Law explained. Law said everything she saw led her to believe her sugar levels were "off the charts." She told the ABC News radio show host that the episode happened just after Michael had left the room after visiting Terri privately. Law also told Hannity that nurses at Woodside Hospice at the time viewed Michael as a problem but that they felt compelled to follow his orders on Terri's care.


Throughout Terri's plight, there have been a number of heroes and villains, the most notable villain being her estranged husband, Michael Schiavo. When she first slipped into her current state, under highly questionable circumstances, her husband won a large settlement from doctors who purportedly misdiagnosed her condition. This settlement was to go toward Terri's rehabilitation. However, Terri's husband refuses any type of therapy. In her tiny room the blinds are not allowed to be opened. No TV, radio or pictures are allowed in her room. In the interim, Michael is now living with another woman and their two children.


The Family Research Council

Dr. William Hammesfahr stated in a January 7, 2004 Highway2Health interview with Ron Panzer that Terri did not have a cardiac arrest or heart attack:

Dr. Hammesfahr revealed that not only has Terri never had a heart attack as widely reported in the major media, she also never even had a cardiac arrest (her heart never stopped)! [She had arrhythmias of the heart, but not a "stopped heart."] He explained that Terri's injuries were multiple and showed injury TO her.

He stated that Terri had marked injury to her neck which still exists today, and that he has only seen a similar injury, with spinal cord involvement as well as brain injury, in one case where a patient had been strangled. He stated that Terri had an L-1 injury to her spine, which he stated is common among persons being thrown against a table, for example. Excerpt from the Hospice Patients Alliance Newsletter January 8, 2004 by Ron Panzer [bold emphasis added.]

The cardiac arrest/heart attack lies are Michael Schiavo's best friends because this disinformation shifts the focus from Terri's extraordinarily rigid neck (consistent with strangulation and asphyxiation) to Terri's non-existent heart problems. Medical records reveal that she did not have a cardiac arrest, but that she did have arrhythmias of the heart. She also had an "extraordinarily rigid neck," a head injury, and several bone fractures which revealed a "history of trauma."


Over the weekend there was significant movement in the effort to keep Terri Schiavo alive. Breaking news included The Family Research Councilan audiotape of Terri and her father communicating last Friday, which is posted on FRC's website. Listening to the audio, you can plainly hear Terri respond to her father's questions, definitely aware of her father's presence and queries. As the case of Terri Schiavo grips the nation there is still a large amount of ignorance regarding her condition. Major news outlets report Terri as being in a coma, on life support, or worse - brain dead. None of these claims are true; she is awake and aware. Terri is not on life support, but merely a feeding tube. Her husband, Michael Schiavo, and his attorney, George Felos, have refused to allow Terri to have any therapy. In fact, they have even refused Terri an MRI, a non-invasive brain scan. Since Terri's brain injury numerous medical professionals have testified that Terri is alive and aware, yet the judge in the case refuses to even allow relevant medical tests. Instead he issued an order to put Terri to death in one of the cruelest ways possible - by dehydration and starvation. While Mr. Schiavo and Attorney Felos would like people to believe Terri will die peacefully, the facts speak for themselves. The human body suffers from extreme lack of food. The mouth dries out while the tongue swells up and begins to crack. The eyes sink back into their sockets, giving the person a skeletal effect. When the stomach lining dries out, dry heaves can occur. The major organs fail, resulting in death. This death can take anywhere from two to three weeks. I will appear on MSNBC's "Hardball with Chris Matthews" tonight at 7 PM ET and 11 PM ET to discuss the latest efforts to keep Terri Schiavo alive.


The Family Research Council


The death culture is really pushing to kill Terri. I over heard two men talking about how they thought it was silly to try to save her. They seemed to be worried that Terri might survive, but they consoled themselves that others would die. "They do it all the time," the one said to the other. This mindset can only be demonic.



Last Visit Narrative by Attorney Barbara Weller

When Terri Schiavo's feeding tube was removed at 1:45 p.m. on March 18, 2005, I was one of the most surprised people on the planet. I had been visiting Terri throughout the morning with her family and her priest. As part of the legal team working throughout the previous days and nights to save Terri from a horrific fate, I was very hopeful. Although the state judicial system had obviously failed Terri by not protecting her life, I knew other forces were still at work. I fully expected the federal courts would step in to reverse this injustice, just as they might for a prisoner unjustly set for execution_although by much more humane means than Terri would be executed. Barring that, I was certain that sometime around noon, the Florida Department of Children and Family Services would come to the Woodside Hospice facility in Pinellas Park and take Terri into protective custody. Or that federal marshals would arrive from Washington D.C, where the Congress was working furiously to try to save Terri, and would stand guard at her door to prevent any medical personnel from entering her room to remove the tube that was providing her nutrition and hydration.

Finally, I was sure if nothing else was working, that at 12:59,just before the hour scheduled for Terri's gruesome execution to begin, Florida Gov. Jeb Bush would at least issue a 60-day reprieve for the legislative bodies to complete the work they were attempting to do to save Terri's life and to make sure that no other vulnerable adults could be sentenced to starve to death in America. I had done the legal research weeks before and was fully convinced that Gov. Bush had the power, under our co-equal branches of government, to issue a reprieve in the face of a judicial death sentence intended to lead to the starvation and dehydration of an innocent woman when scores of doctors and neurologists were saying she could be helped.

All morning long, as I was in the room with Terri and her family, we were telling her that help was on the way. Terri was in good spirits that morning. The mood in her room was jovial, particularly around noontime, as we knew Congressional attorneys were on the scene and many were working hard to save Terri's life. For most of that time, I was visiting and talking with Terri along with Terri's sister Suzanne Vitadamo, Suzanne's husband, and Terri's aunt, who was visiting from New York to help provide support for the family. A female Pinellas Park police office was stationed at the door outside Terri's room.

Terri was sitting up in her lounge chair, dressed and looking alert and well. Her feeding tube had been plugged in around 11 a.m. and we all felt good that she was still being fed. Suzanne and I were talking, joking, and laughing with Terri, telling her she was going to go to Washington D.C. to testify before Congress, which meant that finally Terri's husband Michael would be required to fix her wheelchair. After that Suzanne could take Terri to the mall shopping and could wheel her outdoors every day to feel the wind and sunshine on her face, something she has not been able to do for more than five years.

At one point, I noticed Terri's window blinds were pulled down. I went to the window to raise them so Terri could look at the beautiful garden outside her window and see the sun after several days of rain. As sunlight came into the room, Terri's eyes widened and she was obviously very pleased. At another point, Suzanne and I told Terri she needed to suck in all the food she could because she might not be getting anything for a few days. During that time, Mary Schindler, Terri's mother, joined us for a bit, and we noticed there were bubbles in Terri's feeding tube. We joked that we didn't want her to begin burping, and called the nurses to fix the feeding tube, which they did. Terri's mother did not come back into the room. This was a very difficult day for Bob and Mary Schindler. I suspect they were less hopeful all along than I was, having lived through Terri's last two feeding tube removals.

Suzanne and I continued to talk and joke with Terri for probably an hour or more. At one point Suzanne called Terri the bionic woman and I heard Terri laugh out loud heartily for the first time since I have been visiting with her. She laughed so hard that for the first time I noticed the dimples in her cheeks.

The most dramatic event of this visit happened at one point when I was sitting on Terri's bed next to Suzanne. Terri was sitting in her lounge chair and her aunt was standing at the foot of the chair. I stood up and learned over Terri. I took her arms in both of my hands. I said to her, Terri if you could only say `I want to live' this whole thing could be over today. I begged her to try very hard to say, I want to live. To my enormous shock and surprise, Terri's eyes opened wide, she looked me square in the face, and with a look of great concentration, she said, Ahhhhhhh.

Then, seeming to summon up all the strength she had, she virtually screamed, Waaaaaaaa. She yelled so loudly that Michael Vitadamo, Suzanne's husband, and the female police officer who were then standing together outside Terri's door, clearly heard her. At that point, Terri had a look of anguish on her face that I had never seen before and she seemed to be struggling hard, but was unable to complete the sentence. She became very frustrated and began to cry. I was horrified that I was obviously causing Terri so much anguish. Suzanne and I began to stroke Terri's face and hair to comfort her. I told Terri I was very sorry. It had not been my intention to upset her so much. Suzanne and I assured Terri that her efforts were much appreciated and that she did not need to try to say anything more. I promised Terri I would tell the world that she had tried to say, I want to live.

Suzanne and I continued to visit and talk with Terri, along with other family members who came and went in the room, until about 2:00 p.m. when we were all told to leave after Judge Greer denied yet another motion for stay and ordered the removal of the feeding tube to proceed. As we left the room, the female police officer outside the door was valiantly attempting to keep from crying.

Just as Terri's husband Michael has told the world he must keep an alleged promise to kill Terri, a promise remembered a million dollars and nearly a decade after the fact; I must keep my promise to Terri immediately. Time is running out for her. I went out to the banks of cameras outside the hospice facility and told the story immediately. Now I must also tell the story in writing for the world to hear. It may be the last effective thing I can do to try to keep Terri alive so she can get the testing, therapy, and rehabilitative help she so desperately needs before it is too late.

About four in the afternoon, several hours after the feeding tube was removed, I returned to Terri's room. By that time she was alone except for a male police officer now standing inside the door. When I entered the room and began to speak to her, Terri started to cry and tried to speak to me immediately. It was one of the most helpless feelings I have ever had. Terri was looking very melancholy at that point and I had the sense she was very upset that we had told her things were going to get better, but instead, they were obviously getting worse. I had previously had the same feeling when my own daughter was a baby who was hospitalized and was crying and looking to me to rescue her from her hospital crib, something I could not do. While I was in the room with Terri for the next half hour or so, several other friends came to visit and I did a few press interviews sitting right next to Terri. I again raised her window shade, which had again been pulled down, so Terri could at least see the garden and the sunshine from her lounge chair. I also turned the radio on in her room before I left so that when she was alone, she would at least have some music for comfort.

Just before I left the room, I leaned over Terri and spoke right into her ear. I told her I was very sorry I had not been able to stop the feeding tube from being taken out and I was very sorry I had to leave her alone. But I reminded her that Jesus would stay right by her side even when no one else was there with her. When I mentioned Jesus' Name, Terri again laughed out loud. She became very agitated and began loudly trying to speak to me again. As Terri continued to laugh and try to speak, I quietly prayed in her ear, kissed her, placed her in Jesus' care, and left the room.

Terri is alone now. I'm sure she is beginning at least become thirsty, if not hungry.

And I am left to wonder how many other people care.


In Wisconsin, if you decided to starve a pet to death, at a minimum you would be charged with:
951.02 Mistreating animals. No person may treat any animal, whether belonging to the person or another, in a cruel manner.
[951.02 is a Class I Felony.

You would forever lose your right to vote, own a gun, and would be imprisoned in the State Prison for up to 3.5 years and fined $10,000]

951.13 Providing proper food and drink to confined animals. No person owning or responsible for confining or impounding any animal may fail to supply the animal with a sufficient supply of food and water as prescribed in this section.
(1) Food. The food shall be sufficient to maintain all animals in good health.
(2) Water. If potable water is not accessible to the animals at all times, it shall be provided daily and in sufficient quantity for the health of the animal.

[951.13 is a Class C forfeiture: $500.00 fine; one fine per occurrence]

Apparently, Terri Shaivo has been judged and found less worthy of protection than an animal. Who is next? You, me, one of our kids?


There is a strange side of hospice. There is a strange side of medicine. The natural man is evil and desperately wicked.



"Judge Whittemore has engaged in a gross abuse of judicial power, " said Burke J. Balch, J.D., director of the Robert Powell Center for Medical Ethics of the National Right to Life Committee. "Giving not even the slightest deference to an Act of Congress, without even allowing time for meaningful legal argument or consideration of evidence, Whittemore has ruled that Terri Schiavo's death sentence must be carried out. Unless higher courts issue a stay on appeal, an innocent young woman will be denied what every mass murderer convicted in state court gets - her day in federal court.

Wisconsin Right To Life



TERRI SCHIAVO is at the heart of a human tragedy being played out in our nation, and watched by the world.Schiavo cannot speak on her own behalf. She is totally defenseless and dependent on others, but she retains every ounce of her human dignity and deserves respect and care. Her plight dramatizes one of the most critical questions we face: To be a truly human society, how should we care for those who cannot care for themselves? Ultimately what hap pens to Terri Schiavo will say more about us than it does about her.

Cathy Cleaver Ruse


Heavily biased news reports try to portray Christian, pro-life groups as the only ones advocating for Mrs. Schiavo's life, yet they are very wrong. The case of Terri Schiavo is not a right-to-die one, but one of rights for those who may be considered inconvenient, undesired, and flawed.

A majority of disabled rights groups are involved in Terri's cause, because they realize that Terri is a human being like themselves, deserving of life. Some news reports would lead you to believe that Terri is in some sort of coma or, worse, brain dead, and feels no pain. As I've argued, this is also false. Before her slow and painful death sentence she was awake and aware. Even now her doctors have her on a morphine drip to ease her pain! Terri's estranged husband and the doctors, judges, and attorneys who have helped bring about Terri's declining condition probably miss the irony of giving painkillers to a woman who they claim feels nothing.

The Family Research Council

Schindlers Were Outgunned by Lawyers Early

In case you were wondering, with so many facts in dispute about the Terri Schiavo case, the answer is relatively clear: The Schindlers, well-intentioned as they have been, were outgunned in the early legal fight that sealed their daughter's fate.

The early legal maneuvering created "facts" that are now beyond dispute in higher courts. One is the unbelievable claim by Michael Schiavo that Terri wanted to be starved and dehydrated to death.

One Florida attorney told the story on Steve Sailer's Web blog (

Here's what the lawyer wrote:

"I have been following the case for years. Something that interests me about the Terri Schiavo case, and that doesn't seem to have gotten much media attention: The whole case rests on the fact that the Schindlers (Terri's parents) were totally outlawyered by the husband (Michael Schiavo) at the trial court level.

"This happened because, in addition to getting a $750K judgment for Terri's medical care, Michael Schiavo individually got a $300K award of damages for loss of consortium, which gave him the money to hire a top-notch lawyer to represent him on the right-to-die claim. He hired George Felos, who specializes in this area and litigated one of the landmark right-to-die cases in Florida in the early '90s.

"By contrast, the Schindlers had trouble even finding a lawyer who would take their case since there was no money in it. Finally they found an inexperienced lawyer who agreed to take it partly out of sympathy for them, but she had almost no resources to work with and no experience in this area of the law. She didn't even depose Michael Schiavo's siblings, who were key witnesses at the trial that decided whether Terri would have wanted to be kept alive. Not surprisingly, Felos steamrollered her.

"The parents obviously had no idea what they were up against until it was too late. It was only after the trial that they started going around to religious and right-to-life groups to tell their story. These organizations were very supportive, but by that point their options were already limited because the trial judge had entered a judgment finding that Terri Schiavo would not have wanted to live.

"This fact is of crucial importance -- and it's one often not fully appreciated by the media, who like to focus on the drama of cases going to the big, powerful appeals courts: Once a trial court enters a judgment into the record, that judgment's findings become THE FACTS of the case, and can only be overturned if the fact finder (in this case, the judge) acted capriciously (i.e., reached a conclusion that had essentially no basis in fact).

"In this case, the trial judge simply chose to believe Michael Schiavo's version of the facts over the Schindlers'. Since there was evidence to support his conclusion (in the form of testimony from Michael Schiavo's siblings), it became nearly impossible for the Schindlers to overturn it. The judges who considered the case after the trial-level proceeding could make decisions only on narrow questions of law. They had no room to ask, "Hey, wait a minute, would she really want to die?" That "fact" had already been decided.

"In essence, the finding that Terri Schiavo would want to die came down to the subjective opinion of one overworked trial judge who was confronted by a very sharp, experienced right-to-die attorney on one side and a young, quasi-pro bono lawyer on the other.

"Nothing unusual about this, of course. It's the kind of thing that happens all the time. But it's an interesting point to keep in mind when you read that the Schiavo case has been litigated for years and has been reviewed by dozens of judges... yadda yadda yadda.

"By the way, I'm guessing that George Felos is probably quite happy to work the Schiavo case for free at this point since it's making him one of the most famous right-to-kill -- I mean right-to-die -- lawyers in the country. His BlackBerry has probably melted down by now, what with all the messages from the hurry-up-and-die adult children you've been blogging about."

Additional Resources
The Family Research Council, The Terri Schiavo Controversy - Facts, Myths and Christian Perspectives



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