No matter how you think Terry Schiavo’s case should have been handled, the fact that she has been left in Michael Schiavo’s care is looking more and more unfortunate, and Michael Schiavo is looking more and more like someone who needs to be interrogated by police. Ever since I started hearing about Terry’s husband’s action in response to her family and her care, I smelled a rat. The rat has a face now, in the form of x-rays that indicate trauma.
Question, then: Where was Michael when Terry sustained all of these injuries, including the head injury that most likely caused her brain damage? And is Michael Schiavo a loving husband attempting to carry out his wife’s last wishes, or is he a failed murderer who finally enlisted the help of the courts in finishing off his victim?
And one other odd little question: If Michael Schiavo were to be tried and found guilty of attempted murder (or if she dies, murder), could the judge who ordered the removal of the feeding tube be charged as an accessory? Can judges, who hold the power of life and death, be held accountable for their decisions, especially in cases where they have been material in the carrying out of a crime?
Oct 31, 2003
And more (As an RN myself, this one made me cry)
How the hell can this sort of thing happen? Why isn’t that bastard Michael Schiavo on jail?