March 31, 2005

R.I.P. Terri Schiavo

As you have no doubt heard. Terri Schiavo has at last gone to that place beyond pain and into the loving arms of eternity.

I found it particularly disgusting that her "loving" "husband" didn't even allow her parents to be with her for her final moments on Earth. This man scum is the lowest of the low. I will forbear making any other comments; a RCOB moment would serve no purpose. Yes, I know that the excuse was that they wished to conduct an "assessment" of Terri's condition, but since Michael was allowed to remain, so should her parents have been allowed to remain.
It was just one furthur indignity put upon them by what I consider to be a totally selfish and unfeeling man. They will forever mourn the loss of those last moments with their daughter.

I sincerely hope that a COMPLETE autopsy will be done at the Fla. Medical Center. This is the final phase of this whole sordid affair, and I pray that it won't be tainted by a perfunctory autopsy at a second class facility. There are too many questions that can only be answered by a thorough, dispassionatly professional medical autopsy. And I hope the results will bring charges against the author of this travesty. A vain hope, I know, but a person can dream, can't he?

Posted by Delftsman3 at March 31, 2005 07:22 PM

I couldn't agree with you more. Regarless of all that has transpired, to deny her family the right to be with her in her final hours was a cruelty that cannot be understood.

Posted by: wanda at April 1, 2005 08:36 AM

It's reminiscent of Scott Peterson's heartlessness.

Posted by: Jack at April 1, 2005 05:03 PM
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