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March 29, 2005
CBS Releases Schiavo Obituary
Conservative talk show host Glenn Beck has posted an obituary of Terri Schiavo that was accidentally released by CBS. This story originally appeared on the CBS News website on Monday, March 28th at the following URL. You can find a PDF version of the original CBS story here.
Short, Sad Life Of Terri Schiavo
NEW YORK, March TK, 2005
This story was written by CBSNews.com's Christine Lagorio
Surrounded by stuffed animals and medical equipment in her small hospice room in Pinellas Park, Fla., Theresa Marie Schindler Schiavo died TK.
Michael Schiavo, who was at the bedside of his wife Terri when she died, told Larry King that he lives now with another woman with whom he has two children.
"I can love more than one person," he told King. "Everybody can do that."
The url that pointed to the article on the CBS News website is http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2005/03/28/national/main683633.shtml. The network evidentially corrected their mistake by removing the story.
Reader Joyce notes, "Prewritten obituaries are not new, but this included the information that 'Michael was at her bedside' when she died. The story has been pulled."
Posted by tim at March 29, 2005 11:35 AM
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