One year later after the death of Terri Schiavo we look back in retrospect on the events and what has happened since.
Laws reshaping end-of-life policy were floated in two dozen states but only Louisiana passed any kind of law — and the final result was severely watered down compared to the initial proposal.
The Terri Schindler Schiavo Foundation, Inc., (TSSF) is a non-profit group dedicated to ensuring the rights of disabled, elderly and vulnerable citizens against care rationing, euthanasia and medical killing.
A look back to what was going on a year ago and the battle that raged for Terri Schiavo.
It looks like the last flicker of a hope has gone.
Red’s post on The 11th Circuits denial was the lead on CNN’s Inside the Blogs. (VIDEO)
Diario; March 30, 2006: CASO HOLLOWAY DEN PROGRAMA “OPSPORING VERZOCHT” NA HULANDA
As previously stated, why would the Prosecutors office put out a press release regarding a show designed to gain tips and information ten months into an investigation? Also, after Dompig had stated that the investigation was in its “critical last phase.” With all the international media attention that has been given to the disappearance of Natalee Holloway, why wasn’t such a show done at the outset that would have reached out to the Dutch and Arubans?
Holloway case in “OPSPORING VERZOCHT” program in Holland
Diario; March 31, 2006: BUSKEDA DI NATALEE ATROBE PATRAS DI FARO Search for Natalee again behind the lighthouse
ORANJESTAD (AAN): Yesterday, the ‘Zoek en Vind Team’ was in the area of the lighthouse where they searched in the dunes with dogs of the K.O.P.D.
Among others were a few experts who came to Aruba and who are also helping in the search. This search, according to Mariaine Croes, spokesperson for the Public Prosecutor, is for the investigators to be 100 percent certain that they can exclude this area in regards to the disappearance of Natalee Holloway.
(Hat Tip: GetaGrip)
The Dutch TV program, Opsporing Verzocht, which translates as Arrest Requested will be taming up with the ALE and Dompig to re-enact the disappearance of Natalee Holloway. The purpose of the program, to gain new tips and leads.
The program, to air on April 11 in Aruba and the Netherlands, will re-enact Holloway’s known final hours on the Dutch Caribbean island and offer a toll-free hot line for people to call with tips, the Aruba Public Prosecutor’s Office said.
Investigators believe there are people on the island who have important information about the case but have not yet come forward, the prosecutor’s office said. (Sun Sentinel)
A couple questions come to mind as this TV program goes to the airwaves in about two weeks.
- Ten months go by and something like this was not done sooner?
- Gerold Dompig mentioned in his 48 Hours interview that the the investigation was in its “critical last phase”. A TV show to generate tips is hardly a last phase.
- What information and evidence must the ALE and Prosecutors office have if they have to combine efforts to do a show like this?
- Exactly what are they going to recreate? What version of events from what suspect?
You read the title correctly. While some states in the news lately like Vermont and Ohio have been lax on sex offenders. Some states look to put an end to it once and for all.
South Carolina has an answer to that illness that will cure it permanently. In a backlash to the recent “Dungeon rapes” by sex offender Kenneth Glenn Hinson, the SC attorney general backs a proposal that will execute twice convicted child molesters.
(Read the full story at Missing and Exploited)