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April 7, 2005

World Net Daily on Mae: "Granddaughter yanks grandma's feeding tube"

Topics: News

Thanks to a reader for the tip!

Mae is begining to get the media attention she deserves.

"81-year-old neither terminally ill, comatose, nor in vegetative state"

- WorldNetDaily
In a situation recalling the recent death of Terri Schiavo in Florida, an 81-year-old widow, denied nourishment and fluids for nearly two weeks, is clinging to life in a hospice in LaGrange, Ga., while her immediate family fights desperately to save her life before she dies of starvation and dehydration.

Mae Magouirk was neither terminally ill, comatose nor in a "vegetative state," when Hospice-LaGrange accepted her as a patient about two weeks ago upon the request of her granddaughter, Beth Gaddy, 36, an elementary school teacher.

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cross posted at Hyscience

Posted by richard at April 7, 2005 8:26 PM

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GA Dept of Human Resources


(404) 657-9639

OR FAX WRITTEN REPORT TO: (404) 657-5737

Troup County DFCS
504 East Depot Street
LaGrange, Georgia 30241-4631
(706) 845-4200
FAX (706) 845-4221

Director: Willie Rutledge

Division of Aging Services
Two Peachtree Street, NW, Suite 9-385
Atlanta, Georgia 30303-3142
Phone: 404-657-5258
Fax: 404-657-5285
Website: http://aging.dhr.georgia.gov

Posted by: Straight Up with Sherri at April 7, 2005 8:46 PM

Texas Rep. Lamar Smith is on CSPAN right now, talking about judicial activism and how we need to get rid of judges who consistently rule based on their own ideals instead of the law. He just made the statement that we need to educate the public about judges' bad decisions.

Has anyone contacted him regarding Mae's case yet? This might be a good thing for someone in his area of Texas to do.

Right now they're talking about Terri Schiavo--turn on your TV!

Posted by: purple_kangaroo_Angela at April 7, 2005 8:59 PM

Poll: 78% don't want more security for judges

Federal Judges Urge Congress, White House to Give Them More Protection
The Associated Press

Concerned about recent attacks, federal judges urged Congress Wednesday to provide them with more protection, including increased services by U.S. marshals and $12 million for home security systems. The request by the Judicial Conference of the United States follows the February murder of a federal judge's family in Chicago, the March courtroom shooting deaths in Atlanta and some critics' emotional comments after judges refused to order the reinsertion of Terri Schiavo's feeding tube.


In a recent poll with nearly 20,000 participants, Americans said they don't want to pay for increased security for judges.

* 19297 responses

Yes 22%

No 78%


Could it be that many Americans believe judges could care less about citizens safety?

Posted by: that woman at April 7, 2005 10:17 PM