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October 3, 2005

Update from TerrisFight.org

Topics: Announcements

TerrisFight.org is offering the following update:

It's hard to believe that it has been six months since Terri's tragic death. At this juncture, my family and I want to take this opportunity to thank you, from the bottom of our hearts, for all of the support that you provided in trying to save Terri's life. This was so meaningful to my wife, Mary, my son Bobby, my daughter Suzanne and in particular, to Terri.

Watching someone being starved and dehydrated to death, let alone your own daughter, is something so cruel that it can never be forgotten. Terri's dying face was skeletal. Her skin was blotchy, parched and peeling. Terri's lips and tongue were cracked and dry. Witnessing her life ebbing away as she desperately struggled for a breath of air is beyond the realm of human comprehension. Yet, the euthanasia death merchants, who were responsible for inflicting Terri's suffering, had the audacity to say she died a peaceful death with dignity.

Read the rest here.

Posted by tim at October 3, 2005 7:18 PM

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I am so glad to see Bob Schindler say he will not rest until the "death merchants responsible for Terri's death are held accountable". Good for him! Why did Terri's fight die when her life was finally snuffed out by those criminals in Florida State? It shouldn't end like this. Terri was murdered by the "good ole boy club" with an Attorney General that doesn't wish to investigate his own buddies for conspiracy, collusion and murder. I hope Terri's fight continues and that everybody is held accountable, to include the Ghouls at Woodside Hospice. This is so absurd that it happened, I still can't believe it.

Jeb Bush showed his true colors when he signed into law in July that you could put someone to death, like Terri, on hearsay. How dare him! It was not a law before Terri was murdered, pure and simple.

I hope the Schindlers toss away some humble and go for it! Camp outside the FBI door! Terri's civil rights were violated, period. No way around it. We should have a million men/women march for Her Justice! Terri Schiavo was murdered in broad daylight, against her will, and the world should continue to hear about it, and her supporters need to continue to fight for her justice, loudly!

Posted by: SherlockRWBShoes [TypeKey Profile Page] at October 9, 2005 2:23 PM

We haven't forgotten, and we're still here.

It's funny, I was thinking almost the same thing as this post on October 31.

I have to admit the loss of Terri(after nearly five years of emails, phonecalls, snailmails etc. trying to support her rights) kind of took the wind out of my sails. I just never dreamed that anything like this could have happened in MY country.


Anyway, like I said earlier, we haven't forgotten, and we're still here.

Posted by: Lonevoice [TypeKey Profile Page] at November 15, 2005 3:09 PM