Terri Schiavo's Painful Deprivation o...

Terri Schiavo's Painful Deprivation of Food and Water Began Four Years Ago

There are 1219 comments on the TruthSeeker24's anti-N.W.O. corner story from Mar 19, 2009, titled Terri Schiavo's Painful Deprivation of Food and Water Began Four Years Ago. In it, TruthSeeker24's anti-N.W.O. corner reports that:

Thursday, March 19, 2009 Terri Schiavo's Painful Deprivation of Food and Water Began Four Years Ago From http://www.lifenews.com/bio2801.html Terri Schiavo's Painful Deprivation of Food and Water Began Four Years Ago by Steven Ertelt LifeNews.com Editor March 19, 2009 Email RSS Print Clearwater, FL -- Terri Schiavo's painful 13 day-long euthanasia ...

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kadamson

San Angelo, TX

#1185 Jul 27, 2014
But they didn't and they weren't.

The same facts in five appellate trials.

The last push on Terri's behalf was for a new trial.

As you said, she was poorly represented.
hornback12

Louisville, KY

#1187 Jul 29, 2014
kadamson wrote:
But they didn't and they weren't.
The same facts in five appellate trials.
The last push on Terri's behalf was for a new trial.
As you said, she was poorly represented.
the facts were the same that they presented in the other five trials. there was no basis for a new trial.no matter who the lawyer was you can't change facts
Mike Garneau

Loretto, Canada

#1188 Jul 29, 2014
I worked in the health care industry for 33 years. I have seen horrific suffering and i have seen the joys of a successful conclusion to a major illness or injury. One thing for certain is that others, typically family members and often complete strangers, will try and impose their values and their beliefs upon a compromised individual who is often unable to think properly due to the circumstances they find themselves in or because they are unable to communicate their own wishes. As an individual i have long ago decided what care i would expect under a plethora of circumstances but should i ever find myself in such a situation i would most certainly hope someone would be there to support my wants and wishes. We must all discuss possibilities with those around us that we trust would support our own decisions should we find ourselves compromised and unable to communicate. Medical power of attorneys, advanced directives and a bevy of other tools are all useful but can easily be circumvented by any individual or group that chooses to do so. Until society comes to terms with these issues we will always have the battles over controlling another person's wishes. We must all discuss this with our closest family members as well as our best friends. When my day comes, should it ever happen, i just hope that i will not be kept alive simply to fulfill a philosophy i do not agree with. There must always be rules and guidelines but the right to die under circumstances such as what Terri experienced must remain with the individual and we, as individuals, must make our wishes known well before the time is too late. Life itself may very well be sacred but to many, such as myself, my quality of life is far more precious than simply maintaining the state of life at all costs.
kadamson

Sweetwater, TX

#1189 Jul 31, 2014
Mike Garneau wrote:
I worked in the health care industry for 33 years. I have seen horrific suffering and i have seen the joys of a successful conclusion to a major illness or injury. One thing for certain is that others, typically family members and often complete strangers, will try and impose their values and their beliefs upon a compromised individual who is often unable to think properly due to the circumstances they find themselves in or because they are unable to communicate their own wishes. As an individual i have long ago decided what care i would expect under a plethora of circumstances but should i ever find myself in such a situation i would most certainly hope someone would be there to support my wants and wishes. We must all discuss possibilities with those around us that we trust would support our own decisions should we find ourselves compromised and unable to communicate. Medical power of attorneys, advanced directives and a bevy of other tools are all useful but can easily be circumvented by any individual or group that chooses to do so. Until society comes to terms with these issues we will always have the battles over controlling another person's wishes. We must all discuss this with our closest family members as well as our best friends. When my day comes, should it ever happen, i just hope that i will not be kept alive simply to fulfill a philosophy i do not agree with. There must always be rules and guidelines but the right to die under circumstances such as what Terri experienced must remain with the individual and we, as individuals, must make our wishes known well before the time is too late. Life itself may very well be sacred but to many, such as myself, my quality of life is far more precious than simply maintaining the state of life at all costs.
That's all good for you. So, you are in hopes that a one-off remark to your cousins' s wife's aunt will not counter the weight of your other communication.

There was an enormous difference of opinion as to what Terri's wishes were and how they were communicated.

A one-off remark determined Terri's destiny despite weighted counter evidence of her values. Further, it was the cruelty of the death, predicated on a limited set of facts that inspired people to act on her behalf.
hornback12

Louisville, KY

#1190 Aug 1, 2014
kadamson wrote:
<quoted text>
That's all good for you. So, you are in hopes that a one-off remark to your cousins' s wife's aunt will not counter the weight of your other communication.
There was an enormous difference of opinion as to what Terri's wishes were and how they were communicated.
A one-off remark determined Terri's destiny despite weighted counter evidence of her values. Further, it was the cruelty of the death, predicated on a limited set of facts that inspired people to act on her behalf.
but yet you attempt to do the same thing by imposing your beliefs on others based on your determined belief that you are correct based on a limited set of facts . isn't that what a hypocrite does?
kadamson

San Angelo, TX

#1191 Aug 3, 2014
hornback12 wrote:
<quoted text>but yet you attempt to do the same thing by imposing your beliefs on others based on your determined belief that you are correct based on a limited set of facts . isn't that what a hypocrite does?
Isn't crying hypocrite the attack of last resort from someone who has no other valuable contribution to a discussion?

You are correct, however, that there was a limited set of facts and those determined the fate of a disabled woman who was not able to speak for herself.

More facts would be valuable indeed.
hornback12

Louisville, KY

#1192 Aug 9, 2014
kadamson wrote:
<quoted text>
That's all good for you. So, you are in hopes that a one-off remark to your cousins' s wife's aunt will not counter the weight of your other communication.
There was an enormous difference of opinion as to what Terri's wishes were and how they were communicated.
A one-off remark determined Terri's destiny despite weighted counter evidence of her values. Further, it was the cruelty of the death, predicated on a limited set of facts that inspired people to act on her behalf.
since terri was blind , had no conscious thought and functioned strictly on the cortex, there was no cruelity. you were correct that people were inspired by a limited set of facts. history has proven you wrong
kadamson

San Angelo, TX

#1193 Aug 9, 2014
hornback12 wrote:
<quoted text>since terri was blind , had no conscious thought and functioned strictly on the cortex, there was no cruelity. you were correct that people were inspired by a limited set of facts. history has proven you wrong
How so?
hornback12

Louisville, KY

#1194 Aug 11, 2014
kadamson wrote:
<quoted text>
How so?
you still base your beliefs on edited videos that the autopsy proved were completely false
kadamson

Haslet, TX

#1195 Aug 11, 2014
hornback12 wrote:
<quoted text>you still base your beliefs on edited videos that the autopsy proved were completely false
The videos are neither here nor there.
hornback12

Louisville, KY

#1196 Aug 11, 2014
kadamson wrote:
<quoted text>
The videos are neither here nor there.
without you being involved at the hospital and having access to terri's medical records, your whole basis has been all along that terri was not brain dead. this could only have happed because you watched the videos. that would have been the only insight unless you count all the doctors that never examined terri. my personal favorite was Cheryl ford' shack up. a dentist who professed to be an expert on terri's condition
kadamson

Haslet, TX

#1197 Aug 12, 2014
Her medical condition not withstanding, she was awarded moneys for her care that was used to litigate her death.
hornback12

Louisville, KY

#1198 Aug 12, 2014
kadamson wrote:
Her medical condition not withstanding, she was awarded moneys for her care that was used to litigate her death.
you still refuse to give a time frame in-between the two facts. was it days or years?
kadamson

Haslet, TX

#1199 Aug 12, 2014
The time frame is from the medmal trial and until before the money ran out so Felos could collect his fees and MS could buy a house.
kadamson

Haslet, TX

#1200 Aug 12, 2014
You should read the book written by Michael Schiabo. Then you wouldn't have timeline issu5086es.
hornback12

Louisville, KY

#1201 Aug 12, 2014
kadamson wrote:
You should read the book written by Michael Schiabo. Then you wouldn't have timeline issu5086es.
but you are acting as the expert...why so many problems answering the question? this is the third time I have ask and you still avoid the issue. what are you hiding?
kadamson

United States

#1202 Aug 13, 2014
Read.the.book.

The timline is
Terri injured.
Medmal seeking award for treatment for natural life in permanent condition.
award won based on testimony of Michael Schiavo as to permanent condition with no reference to Terri's wish to discontinue treatment due to permanent condition.
Litigation to discontinue treatment based on Michael's testimony that she wishes to discontinue treatment and die of dehydration and denial of nutrition.

That's the order. You put in the dates or be forever ignorant.
hornback12

Louisville, KY

#1203 Aug 13, 2014
kadamson wrote:
Read.the.book.
The timline is
Terri injured.
Medmal seeking award for treatment for natural life in permanent condition.
award won based on testimony of Michael Schiavo as to permanent condition with no reference to Terri's wish to discontinue treatment due to permanent condition.
Litigation to discontinue treatment based on Michael's testimony that she wishes to discontinue treatment and die of dehydration and denial of nutrition.
That's the order. You put in the dates or be forever ignorant.
all the stuff you quoted and still you can't seem to say how many days or years.don't be scared....the fact that you have tried to make the timeline seem like it all happened the same day is not unusual . its just part of your denial.
kadamson

San Angelo, TX

#1204 Aug 13, 2014
Are you denying the events occurred?
hornback12

Louisville, KY

#1205 Aug 13, 2014
kadamson wrote:
Are you denying the events occurred?
are you denying that the time frame was longer than what you present it to be

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