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March 18, 2005

Tube is out: Michaels common law wife says he is very distraught - poor Michael

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Jodie Centonze, according to Bay News 9, informed the media that Terri's tube has been removed. Centonze is Michael Schiavo's fiancé. The Schindler family was forced to leave when this took place.

According to Michael's fiancé, he is very distraught.

JUST IMAGINE: YOUR CHILD IS BEING MURDERED IN A ROOM - YOU ARE MADE TO LEAVE - HOW WOULD YOU FEEL?????

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We're speechless. And whoever is not, should be.

Posted by: Teri J at March 18, 2005 3:14 PM

"JUST IMAGINE: YOUR CHILD IS BEING MURDERED IN A ROOM - YOU ARE MADE TO LEAVE - HOW WOULD YOU FEEL?????"

Ouhh good motivational tactic. I like it!

P.S. It's not our child so who cares, let their family deal with it.

Posted by: Analyst at March 18, 2005 3:16 PM

Michael is "distaught"? I don't believe it... he had been wanting to see her die, and now he is distaught? I just don't know what is with him. :/

Posted by: Jane at March 18, 2005 3:18 PM

Yeah, I'm sure he's distraught and sad and all... it's quite typical for those who love their spouse and grieve upon their suffering to say, "When's that b*tch gonna die?"... You know, kind of like Scott Peterson was 'grieving' before he tried to flee to Mexico.

Posted by: Pietro at March 18, 2005 3:18 PM

I see crocodile tears and a woman who is as hard as nails standing by the man who is shedding those tears.

It is still not too late to help Terri at this point in time. Michael Schiavo and George Greer are now in contempt of the Congress.

It is not too late for Terri to be removed from the hospice and taken into care by medical staff who will care for her.

As for "she is not my child" - I grieve for that person who does not have a heart.

Posted by: Maggie at March 18, 2005 3:21 PM

Saying Michael is distraught is like saying Hitler had regrets for what he did. This is outrageous! I urge everyone her to call your senator today!

Posted by: Hidden Nook at March 18, 2005 3:22 PM

This really makes me sick.

Posted by: Will Franklin at March 18, 2005 3:24 PM

It is fitting, in a way, that Terri's tube has been removed at this time, on this day. Today is Friday - the day typically revered by Catholics as the day Christ died on the cross. 3PM begins the "Holy Hour" on Friday - the hour of mercy.

Ora Pro Nobis

P.S. - Michael distraught? Oh, please.

Posted by: John Bowden at March 18, 2005 3:25 PM

Blog: Proof Terry can draw at a infantile level! Save Her!

http://maddox.xmission.com/c.cgi?u=irule

Posted by: Teri J at March 18, 2005 3:28 PM

Someone needs to go buy a life. Beth - do you moderate here? Please delete that. (This too, when you're done...)

Posted by: The real Teri J at March 18, 2005 3:30 PM

It so sad to witness how callous people have become.

Posted by: Michelle Nunez at March 18, 2005 3:32 PM

If Michael truely loves his wife, let her parents take guardianship. That way, he can get on with his life and her loving parents can provide care for their daughter. That is what loving people do; they let go when needed and they provide care, when asked.

Posted by: nocoen at March 18, 2005 3:39 PM

Michael Schiavo is a piece of shit.

One day after Terri's gone, some enterprising reporter is actually going to read the source documents, affidavits, medical reports, and realize what's happened and Michael Schiavo will be facing justice for murdering her. And I don't mean metaphorically, I mean literally: his strangulation attack failed and our stupid justice system is allowing him to finish the job. Damn him. Damn the attorney. Double-damn Judge Greer. Damn everyone I've written and phoned who's been too dim, prejudiced or preoccupied to read the source documents.

I've written and phoned all sorts of influential people -- professors, bloggers, anchor men, radio hosts, reporters -- and have been unable to interest a single one of them in investigating the source documents. If they had, they would realize Michael had attacked her. Apparently, we're all just right-wing nuts.

Now, Father Rob has an article in the National Review and everyone's shocked. I hope it's not too late. This shouldn't be happening. It's obscene. I'm so sorry for Terri.

Posted by: moge at March 18, 2005 3:46 PM


For future reference... just in case (I pray this option never need to be used)

One need not wait for a future reporter to dig up the evidence. In fact, when she dies, the crime will be covered up by cremation without autopsy unless we act immediately to assure this is not the case.

Michael Schiavo intends to cremate Terri immediately upon her death. Please see http://www.co.pinellas.fl.us/forensics/policy/policystatement.htm#CA . The Medical Examiner must approve all such requests. If Terri is killed by Michael and "Judge" [and Jury] Greer, then everyone must contact the Medical Examiner and demand an autopsy to discover not only the immediate cause of death, but the proximate cause of death. It is his ethical, legal, and moral responsibilty to certify that a crime did not occur.

Even Forensic Pathologist Michael Baden publicly stated that he believes that her original injuries were consitent with strangulation.

The Medical Examiner MUST perform an investigative autopsy prior to signing off on the cause(s) of death. He MAY use consultants should he wish.

The Medical Examiner can (and should) be subject to adverse license action by the Medical Board should he fail to exercise appropriate judgement in accordance with the state medical practice act. Allowing cremation without investigation and postmortem examination is not only malpractice, but it is illegal.

If Terri dies from this recent tube removal, we must all contact him immediately and demand justice for Terri. If a crime was committed, then several people need to go to jail including those who conspired to kill her (and cover it up)... Michael Schiavo, his live-in girlfriend, "Judge" Greer, the hospice staff, the physicians and those politicians and judges who failed to act on her behalf.

Contact information:
Jon R. Thogmartin, M.D., District Chief Medical Examiner
10900 Ulmerton Rd., Largo FL 33778
Telephone #. (727) 582-6800
Fax # (727) 582-6820
mailto:wpellan@co.pinellas.fl.us

I hope we never have to use this information, but please keep it available in case the evil forces win.

Robert W. Smith MD

Posted by: Robert W. Smith MD at March 18, 2005 4:02 PM

Removing Terri's feeding tube is worse that being on Death Row.

Posted by: kayla at March 18, 2005 4:03 PM

This is an outrage!!!

Judge Greer is quoted as saying: "I have had no cogent reason why the (congressional) committee should intervene," Just like everything else in this case, he dismisses anything which doesn't agree with his view of the world.

It is well past time congress embraces their constitutional duty and throw this bum (and his ilk) out.

Washington & Tallahassee are you listening?

Posted by: Tom Spence at March 18, 2005 4:10 PM

I also would think Michael was just given very very very bad legal advice by Felos in not abiding by Congress wishes....Talk about a mighty example of contempt...Yep...we can follow-up on that as soon as we know Terri is safe again...Keep praying...IT IS NOT OVER....I know my faith is being tested and I hate this feeling of my faith being wrestled from me...I refuse to allow my faith to falter... Pray

Posted by: Crystal Clear at March 18, 2005 4:49 PM

I just called and emailed Hillary Clinton, my state senator. I never thought I'd have the need to ask Hillary for anything, but this crime against Terri rises above all politics.

I encourage everyone reading this to do the same for your senators.

Scott

Posted by: Scott Sala at March 18, 2005 6:21 PM

Of course, Terri shouldn't be starved to death by the state of Florida. But kiddies, don't start spreading lies like she was 'trying to say "let me live". And that she answered 'yes' when she was asked if she wanted to live.

She can't communicate and doesn't respond to the outside world; I'm guessing her intellectual level is somewhere around a newborn baby's.

There is no 'cover-up' or conspiracy. She has no idea what's happening to her. I'm willing to concede that she might feel pain, and on that point alone, I say the state should not get involved in ending her life.

Posted by: Kurt at March 18, 2005 7:03 PM

Guess what folks?

Without ARTIFICIAL HUMAN SUPPORT, she would be with her maker already. Her maker is in charge of all that occurs on this earth. Let her return to her maker. it is the only natural way. The only true way.

Posted by: chris at March 18, 2005 7:10 PM

I am truly alarmed that in this country a living, breathing human being can be given a sentence to be tortured to death in such a barbarac way & that is called "merciful" or "compassionate". If Terri Schiavo were a mass murderer or a terrorist thug, the ACLU would be coming out in force to stop this action citing "civil liberties" & such.

Also I would like to know where the feminists are on this. Why aren't they coming out to defend Ms. Schiavo? Why aren't they protesting the treatment of this woman as her husband's propery?

I would also like to point out that it is against the law to purposefully starve an animal. Isn't Ms. Schiavo's life worth more than a dog, cat or a horse?

The silence from the left on this issue is deafening.

I would like others to consider that the Nazis had a policy of exterminating the infirmed labeling them "useless eaters." The civilized world was rightly horrified by this practice & called it a "crime against humanity." Why wouldn't the murder of Terri Schiavo fall into this category?

Posted by: SMS at March 18, 2005 7:37 PM

I see that the usual pro-euthanasia people who are ignorant of the real situation concerning Terri have found their way onto this site to make their trite comments.

If there are witnesses to Terri saying yes, that she wants to live, then there is a witness who is the US Federal Marshall.

Having seen the videos I am convinced that Terri is not in any form of vegetative state, and that this case should have been thrown out before it got this far.

Do not expect feminists to stand up for this woman because most of them are so full of hot air that they cannot see past their own bodies. They say that they are concerned about women being bashed by their husbands and yet here is a case where there is evidence that this could have taken place, and what do we hear from them? SILENCE.

We all must continue to pray for Terri and pray that something will happen to see her removed from that hospice, alive.

George Felos and George Greer are afraid to face the congress. That is why they continued to want Terri dead. If she is dead she cannot be seen by the world and no one can disprove their claim. That is why it is imperative that she is removed from the hospice and taken to safety.

Posted by: Maggie at March 18, 2005 8:40 PM

You won't see the feminists say ANYTHING on this tragic event because it might put a crimp in their pro-abortion views.

Posted by: Rebecca at March 18, 2005 9:13 PM

The woman has no cerebral cortex.People should butt out and let the family deal with it. It is a family matter. The US Senate should keep it's nose out of this as well as all the lawyers who are getting rich from all the litigation.
I haven't heard one peep from the ACLU. They must be too busy destroying ten commandments monuments somewhere.Enough already.

Posted by: LJS at March 18, 2005 9:28 PM

I HAVE FOLLOWED THE CASE ALL DAY LONG. I HAVE EMAILED AND PRAYED AND EMAILED SOME MORE NOW. I AM RESPONDING TO THE STATEMENT OF "YOUR CHILD BEING MURDERED IN A ROOM AND TOLD TO LEAVE"
THAT IS VERY POWERFUL. I LOST A DAUGHTER YEARS AGO THRU SICKNESS AND WOULD GIVE ANYTHING I HAVE TO HAVE BEEN ABLE TO SAVED HER LIFE!!!!!! I LIVED IN ER ROOMS AND HOSPITALS AND WOULD DO IT ALL OVER AGAIN.

SCOTT PETERSON HAS BEEN AFFORDED MORE CONSIDERATION OF HIS RIGHTS AS A CONVICTED MURDERER. HE IS GUILTY OF IT BEING PRE-MEDITATED AND THE COURTS FOUND HIM GUILTY AND WILL DIE UNLESS HE IS FREED ON APPEAL. TERRI'S HUSBAND HAS THE COURT BACKING HIM IN PRE-MEDITATED MURDER AND WILL GO UN PUNISHED.
THERE IS NO PROOF SHE WANTED TO DIE. THIS IS CIRCUMSTANCIAL EVIDENCE AND SCOTT PETERSON HAS ABOUT AS MUCH EVIDENCE OTHER THAN THE BODIES WASHING ASHORE WHERE HE FISHED. TERRI IS IN A BED AND HER SO CALLED HUSBAND WILL NOT LET MEDICAL TESTS BE DONE ON HER OR ANYONE SEE HER. I AGREE HE DOES NOT WANT PEOPLE TO SEE HOW ALIVE SHE IS AND MAKE HIM LOOK LIKE THE CALCULATED MONSTER HE IS AND IT "SMACKS" OF SCOTT PETERSONS COLDNESS!!!!!!!!!!!
I SHUDDER WHEN I THINK ABOUT THE LAW AND RADICAL JUDGES. THE JUDGE HAS NEVER EVEN SEEN TERRI, SO IT IS REALLY CIRCUMSTANCIAL EVIDENCE OR "HEAR SAY".I HAVE GRAND CHILDREN GROWING UP IN THIS SOCIETY WHERE THE HELPLESS; YOUNG OR MIDDLE AGED OR OLD; HAVE NO CHANCE OF FAIRNESS TO LIFE IF YOU ARE INCAPACITATED!!
I THINK TERRI IS GOD'S GIFT TO THE PEOPLE TO MAKE US LOOK AT THE ISSUES OF HELPLESS AND LIFE.

Posted by: SHARON HARRIS at March 18, 2005 11:02 PM

Make no mistake about it. Terri Schiavo could be a perfectly healthy infant, and the courts would rule against "pro-life" ideology and have it bifurcated with a sword.

This is about winning. If Terri Schiavo has to die in order for the left to win something for God's sake, then so be it. They've got to have a victory or they will not be able to achieve amorous conclusion.

This is all about sticking it to the lifers, and nothing else.

Oh, and I am receiving record hate mail for my last two blog posts--they apparently don't get satire any morea than they understand the difference between "heroic measures" and "food."

Posted by: The Therapist at March 19, 2005 12:46 AM

Terri is being used by a wide variety of political groups to forward their own agenda. A perfect example is Randall Terry. He loves the spot light, and will do anything to stay in it. There are dozens if not hundreds of other people just like him.

The state of Florida is allowing Terri to slowly die of dehydration. I honestly don't know how I feel about that. I do know the issue is clouded with MANY lies.

There are people who claim that Terri responds to stimuli, some claim she can actually speak: "Mommy" "Help me", and "Don't let me die". What a bunch of crap. Even her parents who visit her every day have NEVER claimed that she can speak. Those videos that they made of her daughter responding to their faces are pathetic. If that's Terri on a good day, I'd hate to see what she's like on a bad day. Personally, if that was me, I would SOOOO prefer death.

She's probably had hundreds of care-givers over the years, yet I've only heard one of them provide the opinion that Terri is in there somewhere (and her last name is Lyer). I've read people claim that Terri became hysterical when she was told that her feeding tube was going to be removed. Of course, none of them were in the room, and that hasn't been suggested by any of the medical staff present.

A cover up. Sure. You bet. A conspiracy. Of course. Lets add it to JFK, MLK, and alien autopsies.

Terri died a long time ago, and I doubt very seriously, as many idiots have claimed, that her husband had a hand in her death. No one close to the case has suggested that. Don't you think that Terri's parents would be the first to accuse? They've accused him of greed, but never murder.

At this point, I doubt that she feels a thing. Dying of dehydration will probably not cause her any pain.

But I'm not sure, and I'm not willing to risk it. I'd keep the feeding tube in, since she didn't sign a living will. What I AM sure of is that I'm going to make my living will extremely visible, so that I don't end up like this poor young woman. And I hope that death takes her quickly, because the people around her have all been through enough.

Posted by: Kurt at March 19, 2005 10:41 AM

Dear Kurt and other that say her life is not worth living,

How is your eye sight? How about your knees? You know that pesky left knee you hurt while playing basketball. I know that I wouldn't want to go on living with debilitating handicaps like those... who would? You know what else? I am sure that if I could find a judge somewhere that agreed with me I could pull your wallet and prohibit anyone from buying you food. We could also confine you to your house and turn off the water. I am sure that in hopeless cases like yours you wouldn't feel any pain. After all it is the humane thing to do and you know what? I feel good about myself for being so compassionate.

Posted by: Tom Spence at March 19, 2005 12:28 PM

JUST IMAGINE: YOUR WIFE HAS BEEN FUNCTIONALLY DEAD FOR OVER A DECADE AND HER NUTJOB PARENTS REFUSE TO ALLOW YOU TO GIVE HER A DECENT BURIAL - HOW WOULD YOU FEEL?????

Posted by: James Gulliver at March 19, 2005 1:55 PM

You're comparing being near-sighted or having a bum knee with being in a persistant vegetative state for 15 plus years? Sorry, I don't get it.

My sister died last year of MS. At the end, she couldn't move and communicated by blinking her eyes. She welcomed death, because she understood that it was nothing to be afraid of.

Some people believe that life, in any form, is worth continueing. I am definitely not among them.

The hospice people came into her home, and gently guided her into the next world. It was a blessed relief to everyone, especially my sister.

Posted by: Kurt at March 19, 2005 2:04 PM

kurt remarks: "The state of Florida is allowing Terri to slowly die of dehydration. I honestly don't know how I feel about that."

Seems to me that only way a person could not know how they feel about that would be if they were PVS.

Posted by: Vanderleun at March 19, 2005 2:24 PM

Well, at this point in time, I'm still aware of my surroundings, react to stimuli, and am able to communicate.

Still, unlike so many people who post their opinions, I DON'T have all the answers.

I'm guessing that if Terri were able to offer an opinion, she'd choose to move on to the other side, but hey, that's just my guess.

You're saying that if I don't KNOW, I must be in a PVS? Kind of harsh, wouldn't you say? I'm sure glad that you have it all figured out. Do you care to share?

Posted by: Kurt at March 19, 2005 2:36 PM

Kurt,

You asked if Vanderleun cares to share. Well, since you asked... Go to:
http://americandigest.org/mt-archives/005310.php
or
http://americandigest.org/mt-archives/005308.php

Posted by: Tom Spence at March 19, 2005 3:17 PM

Excellent writing! Thank you for the links.

As I said, I don't have all the answers. Like Reagan, I'm not about to kick that bag, because what's in it might just be alive.

If any good is to come from this, it just might be that people will understand the value of a living will. If Terri had a signed, witnessed living will, her relatives wouldn't be going though this hell.

Posted by: Kurt at March 19, 2005 3:44 PM

What I don't understand is the contradiction - there is no way a court would ok starving to death an autistic or severely mentally disabled person (of a similar level to Terri or worse) who was born that way and had lived their life in an institution, so how is this ok? It is murder - the intentional causing of death of an individual.

Dr Kevorkian went to jail for assisted euthanasia when the people concerned had confirmed their desire to pass on while of sound mind and body, so why is this suddenly different, when the victim here has not confirmed their desire to die except by heresay of the one person who will benefit from her departure.

Not only is it unconstitutional (in which case perhaps the Judge can be held in contempt as well) but also can't the parents legally argue that it is against their religion beliefs and those of their daughter?

If Michael wants to be rid of her because he believes she is just a brain-dead body and therefore no longer Terri, then why does he so desparately want her body dead as well? Why doesn't he just get a divorce and get married to his new 'lady' and take the millions that has been offered to him instead of the insurance policy he has on Terri's life. If he thinks she is already dead, then this should not be an issue. If it IS an issue, then logic rules that he must not think she is brain dead, therefore he is willingly causing her death, which is murder, regardless of whether she wanted it or not.

No matter what Michael does now, he is cursed with the karma of his actions so far, and each day is only making it worse for himself. Terri's parents could use the same logic to kill him and then say "but he told us he wanted it that way" and according to his lawyers and Judge Greer, that would be quite ok.

Posted by: demonsurfer at March 19, 2005 5:09 PM

If we kill Michael Schiavo, the parents will be her closest relatives.

FL gun owners, it's in your hands.

Posted by: The Coming Conflict at March 19, 2005 6:17 PM

'Demonsurfer' is helping me to understand this very complicated issue. Extemely well put!


'The Coming Conflict', suggesting that a Florida gun owner could solve this issue by murdering Michael Schiavo, is dispicable, and a great argument for gun control. But I'm guessing that is another blog.

Posted by: Kurt at March 19, 2005 7:07 PM

I feel sorry for the husband in this case. I am feel genuine embarrasment for all the news orginazations that do not fully report on PVS and time span as it relates to recovery ( zero chance ).

This is a family affair, and an affair between husband and wife. No good can come from invovling the government in this.

Whomever believes that the politicians are involved in this for other than "looking good" to voters is fooling themselves. I will believe them if they push with similar vigor for disputed death sentenced prisoners.

Another sad fact and a really good learning point for the public is that she had a chemical imbalance as a part of her Bulimia eating disorder. The only decent thing I can see coming from this is public awareness of the potential real morbid effects of bulimia.

Posted by: Curmudgen at March 20, 2005 6:25 PM

Are you people willfully ignorant of the definition of PVS, or just liars? I can't figure it out, unless NPR says it and you repeat it when your string is pulled. From your mouth to Satan's ear I guess...

Posted by: Mark Marshall at March 21, 2005 9:54 AM

Fresh from cutting Medicaid for thousands and thousands of children throughout the country, the Repukes read their memo ("Schiavo offers a great political opportunity") and have taken up Terry's case. After all, what's more fun - discussing Tom Delay's hundreds of thousands of dollars in bribes or saving one human vegetable?

George Bush signed the Save the Plant bill with the same pen that he used to sign the bill in Texas which allows hospitals to pull the tube from terminal babies.

I just love Repuke compassion - you get health care if you are a white vegetable, but not if you are a poor black woman.

Posted by: Poed Liberal at March 21, 2005 11:09 AM

I would like to point out that not all tests necessary to accurately diagnose Ms. Schiavo's true condition have been done. There have been immense technological advances & I truly believe that if there are ANY questions regarding her faculties, our society MUST err on the side of LIFE.

My heart goes out to all involved here, however, for whatever reason, I believe that Mr. Schiavo does not have his wife's best interests at heart. He has clearly gone on with his life, I believe that the most compassionate thing that he could do for his wife is to turn her over to her parents & allow them to care for her.

At this point, I do tend to believe that Ms. Schiavo is severely disabled but I do not believe that she is brain dead. If Ms. Schiavo were on machines that were artificially keeping her alive, my opinion on this issue would be different. What we are talking about here is denying food & water to a living, breathing human being. If we did this to a dog or a cat, we would be put in jail. Isn't Ms. Schiavo's life worth more than that?

If we are to be a civilized society, I believe that we need to examine this issue very carefully. There are many people in this country who depend on feeding tubes for their nourishment. I am afraid that if we allow this woman to be put to death in this way, no disabled person will be safe in this country. No matter how much we may wish to deny it, I do sincerely believe that this case will set a precedent. And if that is the case, at what point will the "Right to Die" become the "Duty to Die."

Posted by: SMS at March 21, 2005 11:24 AM

Poed liberal helps make my point. I believe that if we allow ourselves to think in terms of "it is too expensive to keep the disabled alive" or if this is allowed to become a racial issue, we fall into a very dangerous trap.

If we allow ourselves to be pressured into dropping this issue because Ms. Schiavo is white or because her care is a drain on Medicade, I believe that NO DISABLED PERSON WILL BE SAFE IN THIS COUNTRY.

I believe that EVERY life is sacred. I think that it is astonishing that some consider that statement to be extreme.

I sincerely believe that our nation stands at the crossroads. Whatever we choose to do with this issue WILL affect our future.

Posted by: SMS at March 21, 2005 11:53 AM

Will someone please kill michael Schiavo before it is too late? My only comfort is that if Terri dies someone will avenge her by spilling michael's blood. Perhaps they will kill his mistress and the two fowl offspring he had by her while thier at it!

Posted by: Jim Jackson at March 23, 2005 7:14 AM

Are there laws against bigamy in Florida? If so, isn’t Michael Schiavo committing bigamy by continuing to be married to Terri and having a common law wife and children?

How can the courts allowed someone who is in the process of committing a crime continue to be the guardian of Terri and make the decision he has made?

Posted by: calo at March 23, 2005 10:08 AM

826.01 Bigamy; punishment. ---
Whoever, having a husband or wife living, marries another person
shall, except in the cases mentioned in s. 826.02, be guilty of a felony
of the third degree, punishable as provided in s. 775.082, s. 775.083,
or s. 775.084.

Posted by: calo at March 23, 2005 11:24 AM

If our laws permit Terri to be starved to death then we need to burn down EVERY courthouse in this country and start our justice system anew! This is a GRAVE injustice.

Posted by: kate abbott at March 23, 2005 3:22 PM

I agree. If Terri dies I believe we will see wide spread rioting and the courthouses may indeed be burned to the ground. Michael, his comman law whore, his to out of wedlock children, and all those in the legal profession responsable for Terri's death would probably be strung up by the people.

Posted by: michael Barron at March 23, 2005 3:29 PM