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Older updates in the Schindler-Schiavo case

Schiavo Contempt Hearing
March 29, 2004
Judge Greer DENIED motion to show cause for contempt of court against Michael Schiavo! Meanwhile, her physical condition deteriorates! Two missing teeth, bedsores, unwashed, clothing unchanged ... and Michael gets away with it!

Michael's Contempt of Court Hearing
March 27, 2004
Another disappointment! "Judge Greer declined to issue a ruling today and stated that he would do so within the next few days." Meanwhile, Terri's physical condition declines, due to gross negligence of 'caretakers'.

Schiavo Contempt Hearing Postponed Until March 5th
March 1, 2004
Schiavo's lawyers playing games and using stall tactics.

Urgent: Your Help is Needed for Terri!
February 26, 2004
The bill to protect incapacitated people could be introduced in the Florida legislature. Lawmakers there need to hear from you.

Terri's Parents Allege Husband in Contempt of Court
February 26, 2004
In the body of this article is a 4-minute video of Terri responding to her mother and making vocal sounds attempting to communicate.

World Renouned Neurologist Weighs In on Terri's Case
January 9, 2004

Highway2Health Interview with Dr. Hammesfahr — excerpts: Dr. Hammesfahr said the doctor who complimented Terri for following the balloon later testified in court that she was in a persistent vegetative state. Dr. Hammesfahr stated this is "medical malpractice and attempted murder".

Judge Baird is OFF Terri's Case
January 6, 2004
The court is NOT explaining why the judges were suddenly switched, except to say that "judges rotate from time to time". We believe it might have something to do with: Local PINELLAS COUNTY COURT BAILIFFS AND COURT EMPLOYEES WERE TAKING BETS ON WHETHER TERRI WOULD DIE OR NOT!!!

Terri's Life Hangs in the Balance While Judges Wreak Havoc
Tuesday, November 18, 2003
Three news articles: 1) Circuit court judge said Michael Schiavo can sue the governor; 2) 2nd District Court of Appeals issued indefinite 'stay' on Schiavo's suit; 3) — all in a four day time span mind you — Appellate court judge has now lifted the stay and Schiavo's suit can proceed. The courts could not EVER usurp this power; it must be GIVEN them, and the givers would be the lawmakers. Who do YOU think is in control of this nation? The 'lawmakers' or the judges?

Kate Adamson on Sweet Liberty
Wednesday, November 11, 2003
After hearing her interview (below) on the O'Reilly Factor, we contacted Kate to have her share her story in depth with our listeners. Also, her husband shares his insights, from a lawyer's perspective, on the Terri Schiavo case. The link above will take you to our audio page. Locate the Sweet Liberty broadcast for November 11, 2003.

Audio: Kate Adamson on The O'Reilly Factor
(Real Audio)
Posted: Thursday, November 6, 2003
At age 33, Kate Adamson had a stroke which caused her to be in a condition similar to Terri's. She could hear and see, but couldn't speak. Appearing on Fox News Channel last night, Kate told of her experiences. When asked what went through her mind when her feeding tube was removed for eight days, Kate stated: "I thought I was going insane. I was screaming out, Don't you know I need to eat? ... The hunger pangs overrode every thought I had."

Schindlers Respond to Schiavo's Larry King Love Fest
Wednesday, October 29, 2003
Exclusive Personal Interview — By Father Rob Johansen: "I questioned Bob and Mary about several of the claims that Michael made on the Larry King show, and they had quite a bit to say in response."

State to Probe Family's Claim of Spousal Abuse
Wednesday, October 29, 2003
Chicago Tribune: "The investigation by the Advocacy Center for Persons with Disabilities, an agency mandated in states and funded by Congress, could play a decisive role in a revived legal battle over who should be the guardian of the 39-year-old Schiavo — her husband or her parents."

Famed Forensic Pathologist Raises Questions About Terri's Collapse
Tuesday, October 28, 2003
Michael Schiavo, LOOK OUT NOW!! Dr. Michael Baden, famed forensic pathologist looked at Terri's bone scan. Said it was not a heart attack. When asked by Greta Von Susteren on Fox News what the fractures could be from he said, "from an auto accident, a fall, or the trauma can be from some kind of beating that she obtained from somebody somewhere. It’s something that should have been investigated in 1991".

Transcript of Larry King Interview with Michael Schiavo
Wednesday, October 27, 2003
Lot's of lies in here. King will be giving the Schindlers equal time, possibly next week (first week in November). We'll announce the date soon as we know for sure.

Michael Schiavo on Larry King!

Monday, October 27, 2003   1:37 PM EST

Terri's Schiavo's husband will be on Larry King Live Monday night; 9:00 pm eastern time. The call-in number and e-mail address are included here, along with suggested questions to ask Michael Schiavo.

Terri's Parents File Motion Against Appointed Guardian
Wednesday, October 26, 2003

Terri's parents are "worried about the court-appointed guardian assigned to their daughter’s case; they've filed a suggestion of bias against Dr. Jay Wolfson".

Dr. Jay Wolfson: Terri's New Guardian ad litem  
Wednesday, October 26, 2003

Read it and weep for Terri: "Jay Wolfson, a USF professor and member of the Hillsborough County Hospital Authority, threatened secretary Yolanda Santos, grabbed her and jumped on her back — all in a struggle over Santos' personal tape recorder, the suit charges."

Constitutional Showdown Brewing Over Terri's Law
Friday, October 24, 2003   3:40 PM EDT
A ONE-BRANCH SYSTEM OF GOVERNMENT FOR AMERICANS? THE COURTS NOW MAKING LAW FROM THE BENCH! "The Florida Supreme Court will be asked next week to consider the constitutionality of Terri's Law ... to empower Gov. Jeb Bush to order the feeding tube reinserted into Terri Schindler-Schiavo. NOW it's the governing power of Bush's brother, Jeb, that could face scrutiny by the state's high court".

Terri's "New" Guardian ad litem?
Wednesday, October 22, 2003
Terri Schiavo has been momentarily rescued from the embrace of death. Now the spin and the damage control begins for those who plan ... and plot ... and scheme.

Govenor Bush E.O. to Stop the 'Deliberate Killing' of Terri Schiavo
October 21, 2003

This is a "one-time stay". Will this be interpreted by the courts to mean that if a judge orders the resumption of the killing there is no further remedy for Terri?

October 21, 2003   6:33 EDT

Several media sources, including both CNN and Fox News Channel, are now reporting that the Senate has passed "Terri's Bill" and Gov. Bush has signed it and ordered that the feeding tube be reinserted. Meanwhile, Michael Schiavo has appealed to the courts to have the reinsertion of the tube stopped and has been turned down.

Senate Drags Its Feet
Tuesday, October 21, 2003   1:10 PM EDT
Arguing over the language, the Senate has, so far, failed to vote. Terri's life is on the line! She has been without water and food for six days — 144 hours!

Legislature Acts to Save Schiavo  
October 21, 2003

The Tampa Tribune reports that The Florida House of Representatives passed a bill 68-23 last night that would "give Bush the authority" to order Terri Schiavo's feeding tube replaced — even though he's had the authority all along. The measure faces the Senate today.

Bush Extends Special Session
Monday, October 20, 2003   5:40 PM, EDT

Undoubtedly due to the pressure of tens of thousands of calls that have poured in, Jeb Bush has extended the special legislative session to address "Terri's Bill". Meanwhile, Fox News Channel blatantly lies to its viewers, saying that Terri has been in a coma for 13 years.

Another Bush 'Look Good' Move?
Monday, October 20, 2003   1:25 PM, EDT

We were told a bill would be introduced that would put a moratorium on Terri's death by dehydration. The hearing has taken place, without a single mention of Terri. Will Bush act?

Gov. Bush Finally Acts
Sunday, October 19, 2003

Press Release from Terri's family, requesting calls to state legislators. Bill to be introduced to stop the 'deliberate killing' of Terri.

Friday, October 17, 2003   8:39 PM, EDT
From Margaret: "Fox News just said Governor Bush will not intervene for Terri. They're also saying she has been comatose since 1990."

Update on Terri's condition
Friday, October 17, 2003   5:00 PM, EDT

"...the Schindlers fear she could die this weekend from Morphine treatment, given to relieve some of the pain of the starvation process." PROOF: If Terri were unconscious she would not need painkillers!

Update on Terri's Condition
October 16, 2003

"Terri has a fever... Her face is red and hot." When Terri's Dad asked the "death squad" nurse to help Terri,she just kept reading her book. What is it like to die of dehydration? 

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