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January 9, 2006

Terri Schiavo - Notorious?

Topics: News

Tomorrow night at 9.00 ET, the Biography Channel will be airing the first in a new series that highlights the people who have become famous - for being infamous. The subject of their first program is the Terri Schiavo case (click here).

Posted by tim at January 9, 2006 7:47 PM


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Is there something we can do about this? The teaser for the show said she collapsed from a heart attack, was brain dead, and they didn't even contact her family for the show. I could write a sample letter for people to send to the show and the advertisors if someone has the time to find out the contact information on where to send such a letter to.

Posted by: WriteWingNut [TypeKey Profile Page] at January 11, 2006 1:37 PM

Hey WriteWing,

I would love to use your letter, please post it here, or let me know where I can copy it. I missed the show only because my SAT doesn't carry the station. I am glad I missed it if they are running the same set of lies...even St Petersburgh Times refers to her as brain dead. It really upsets me.

Here is the link to the station and they have a contact us at the bottom of the screen.
http://www.biographychannel.com/

If they are anything like A&E, they are hard to convince. I went on a bender to get "Growing Up Gotti" off their other station and they wouldn't send me a list of the advertisers and had no comment. We have kids today that think John Gotti was cool. Go figure.

Thanks for your help RW.

Also, if you are in the mood for letter writing, check the North CG, time to write Jeb Bush another letter.

http://www.northcountrygazette.org/articles/011006BushCounsel.html

Posted by: SherlockRWBShoes [TypeKey Profile Page] at January 11, 2006 2:32 PM

You can never expect an accurate view of these matters from cable, be it the Half-True History Channel or CNN...

Go get 'em!

Posted by: thedegu [TypeKey Profile Page] at January 31, 2006 12:50 AM