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February 25, 2005

Protect Terri Schiavo

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Kevin McCullough holds no punches in his latest column, "Why Terri Schiavo is pro-choice", published in WorldNetDaily. He takes Michael Schiavo to task, concluding, "Why can't Terri be given the same courtesy and protection under law that the man who would like her dead is given?"

If after reading Kevin's column you feel motivated to help Terri, consider contacting Florida’s Governor, Jeb Bush at "jeb.bush@myflorida.com," and demand that he invoke Florida Statute 415.1051 to provide protective custody until investigations into abuse and neglect can be carried out.

Posted by tim at February 25, 2005 1:00 PM


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I know that many reports are saying that the DCF investigation is only covering abuse allegations from studies at the time of Terri's "accident" which could show prior abuse - and that those allegations were looked at and rejected by the court. I hope that the investigation would include ALL of the neglect and abuse Terri has undergone through the control of the husband during these many years supposedly in the "humane" care by licensed care givers. For some reason those looking after her have had to bow to the neglect and even active negative treatment ordered by this "guardian", resulting in the many instances that nurses have testified to of the worsening health of Terri. As Mr. Schindler said in the Raymond Arroyo interview, he begged to differ with the attorney about statute of limitations possibly limiting the renewal of that earlier "abuse" claim since he sees the abuse as continuing from then throughout all these years horrible treatment by the husband. I wouldn't want to be any of those caregivers who could possibly be linked as "surrogate" abusers for seeing before them the abuse, following his insane orders and never having the courage to speak out as only a couple have that I've read about.

Posted by: chris K at February 25, 2005 2:19 PM

Just heard on Fox News that Terri's stay has been extended until March 18.

Posted by: Mike D in sC at February 25, 2005 2:19 PM