I read it on the timeline, and read the autopsy report which states that in place of normal brain tissue, there was mostly just connective tissue and spinal fluid also indicated by a 2002 CT scan. So no, I won't drop it.<quoted text>
Please provide a link from the autopsy that backs you up. Otherwise drop the 80%#.
There was testamony on both sides differing on whether or not Teri ever said she would rather die.
The judge made a decision and sided with Michael against most of the rest of the world. Nobody can undue it and we have to accept it and I do.
Yes, there was testimony, but as I said, the court found sufficient evidence to back what her husband said. Her family admitted that they would have ignored that wish anyway, so of COURSE they would attempt to convince a judge otherwise.
Against "most of the rest of the world"? Nonsense, you arrogant thing.
No one has to give one sh*t what you "accept".