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August 22, 2005

Bizarre Story Of Michael Schiavo Continues: Michael Schiavo Fabricated College Degree On Guardianship Application

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The Empire Journal has obtained documents that appears to indicate that Michael Schiavo may have lied when he filed his application for guardianship of his wife, Terri Schindler-Schiavo, in 1990, prior to engaging in her murder by judicial fiat - based on fraudulent statements to the court. If true, then the 15-year appointment of Schiavo as his wife's guardian(sic) was based on a fraudulent application. This comes after Michael Schiavo was named "Distinguished Guardian of the Year" by the Florida State Guardianship Association, earlier this month.

As though the "Michael Schiavo kills wife and gets away with it saga" hasn't been bizarre enough, he's been invited to be among the speakers at a bioethics conference next month in Minnesota...

Question of the day: If Michael Schiavo got himself appointed as Terri Schiavo's guardian by committing fraud in order to kill her, isn't that premeditated murder?

Posted by richard at August 22, 2005 11:57 PM


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It just keeps coming...but hey, Mikey did have a position at the 'prestigious' Olga's Kitchen!

Posted by: thedegu [TypeKey Profile Page] at August 24, 2005 4:12 PM

Dear Disability and Pro-life Advocates,

My name is Kathy. I live in St. Paul, MN. We are trying to stage a protest of disability advocates at this non-ethical Ethics conference. All are encouraged to attend, and to rent a room for one or both nights at the Hyatt in Minneapolis, Minnseota. Below is a copy and paste of the flier. Email me for a pdf version of the brochure (or google Cranford and Hennepin County Medical Center HCMC), as well as a scholarly journal article on forgoing nutrition and hydration for pediatric patients.

Cranford, Caplan, Schiavo, Felos, (Peter Singer), are all the same. They lack concious and have no Godly meaning of the term "ethics". Their ethics is something they make up. It is what suits them. They assign zero value to a person's life if they have diagnosis of severe cognitive disability or severe brain damage, or profound mental retardation. To them, cognition and sapient beings are what constitutes life or personhood. Singer has said that a turkey or dog's life has more value than a human being with cognitive disability as they are a sapient being.

So, a turkey is of more value than the life of my son who has profound mental retardation.

We need to show a strong voice and stand together. We will not change the views of Cranford, or Caplan, or Singer, or Schiavo, or Felos.... However, there will be attendee's at this thing who may still be influenced. They might have a concious left. I want to make them squirm in the presence of my son and his disabled peers.

Recognition needs to go to people that spend their lives helping and providing care to people with disabilities. Awards and respect should be for neurologists and doctors and husbands and mothers and fathers and wives who spend their time working to make the lives of their disabled loved ones better.

There are non-disabled people who have high IQ's on legal holds in psychiatric units all over this country because they want to commit suicide. Psychiatrists and doctors refuse to allow them suicide as an option, not only do their refuse to allow the person to kill themselves, they refuse to assist in their suicide.

They value non-disabled life, but not a life with disability especially a cognitive impairment.

This non-Ethical conference with Cranford and Schiavo is an assault to all cognitively disabled human beings. It is allowed and celebrated discrimination and prejudice against people with cognitive disabilities.

Please get involved in some way. It is September 22nd, and 23rd, 2005 MPLS, MN.

We need conference attendees to see people with cognitive impairments as human beings with civil rights and protections. Value exists in being a human being that has cognitive and physical disabilities.

Thanks,
Kathy RN 36
kjwx_kitkat@yahoo.com

Posted by: Kathy RN [TypeKey Profile Page] at September 5, 2005 9:44 AM

Kathy,

I will not be able to attend this conference as I have small children and am geographically out of range. However, I will pray. Perhaps we can, through this blog and others, have days of prayer during this conference.

I have a sister who has Down's Syndrome, and all of this is profoundly important and disturbing to me as well.

God bless you, your son and all of your efforts.

Posted by: CeCe [TypeKey Profile Page] at September 5, 2005 10:33 AM

"I want to make them squirm in the presence of my son and his disabled peers."

If you are actually going to bring him there in person, then that seems just a little bit like using your son against his will. I am sure I am mistaken.

Regarding those on suicide watch, are you saying that if they want to commit suicide, we should let them? What kind of message does that send?

Posted by: yankswin [TypeKey Profile Page] at September 5, 2005 7:09 PM

Yanks, you're not understanding her right. She is pointing out the hypocrisy of those in the medicial profession who protect the lives of suicidal patients, but gladly do away with innocent people like Terri.

Posted by: thedegu [TypeKey Profile Page] at September 6, 2005 1:24 PM

Yanks, you're not understanding her right. She is pointing out the hypocrisy of those in the medicial profession who protect the lives of suicidal patients, but gladly do away with physically disabled people like Terri.

Posted by: thedegu [TypeKey Profile Page] at September 6, 2005 1:24 PM