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For Terri Schiavo: The Incapacitated Person’s Legal Protection Act
Florida's new Republican Senator, Mel Martinez, has introduced a bill in the Senate, The Incapacitated Person’s Legal Protection Act of 2005, to save Terri Schiavo from dehydration/starvation.
Martinez, in National Review, explains his legislation:
This bill would ensure that incapacitated individuals — like Terri Schiavo — would have their due-process rights of habeas corpus when a court orders their death by removal of nutrition, hydration and medical treatment. My colleague from Florida, Congressman Dave Weldon has introduced identical legislation in the House of Representatives.
So how can Judge Greer ignore the opinions of so many qualified neurologists, some of whom are leaders in the field? The answer is that Michael Schiavo, his attorney George Felos, and Judge Greer already have the diagnosis they want.
Indeed, a former nurse of Terri, Carla Sauer Iyer, recently explained that Terri is not in a vegetative state:
The nurses, including Iyer, interacted with Terri and daily witnessed her respond, laugh, and make requests. “We had her at the front of the nurse’s station… everyone loved Terri,” Iyer said.
Posted by Will Franklin · 16 March 2005 02:27 PM
The next thing you know the elderely and mentally retarded, and any other person whose mental capacity is diminished will be at risk. It is a bit like nazi germany and how Hitler handled matters.
michael Schiavo needs to excuse himself as guardian.
We give our death row inmates a more humane death, than starvation and dehydration. Besides Terri is not on any other life support other than her feeding tube. Cruel and unusual is what I would call it.
I am sorry to see that this story hit so close to home for WILLisms.com.
Posted by: concerned citizen at March 16, 2005 08:21 PM
WHY IS IT THAT THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY IS SO PRO DEATH?
THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY IS BECOMING KNOWN AS THE ANTI-LIFE PARTY. IS IT JUST ME? OR IS THERE SOMETHING WRONG WITH THAT PICTURE? IT SEEMS ALMOST RATHER MORBID, IF YOU KNOW WHAT I MEAN...
Posted by: ZSA zsa at March 17, 2005 02:50 PM
Michael Schiavo has spent Terri's money on himself! He has abused his guardianship. Neglected terri's care! He continues spending the money he recieved to care for her on legal fees trying to starve her to death!
This money should be paid back to Terri, for her well being.
He hired a big time euthanasia attorney to get things under way for his wishes to pull her feeding tube out! All the while he has been using Terri's money awarded for her care!
Michael you really need a reality check!
Posted by: linda at March 18, 2005 06:24 AM
Democrats are proud to be pro-death! It's what they do. Then they like to choose to word it Pro choice!
To kill, or not to kill? That is the question!
Posted by: rick at March 18, 2005 06:37 AM