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)
God Bless you, Theresa Marie Schiavo. You are in much better hands now than you were just an hour ago. God take care of you & bless you.
One of the lessons learned in this heart breaking event was the need for people to indicate in no uncertain term their wishes when it comes to death and near death situations.
One year after the events the captured the attention of all in the US, the Feud rages in books a year after Terri Schiavo’s death.
A year after Terri Schiavo’s death, there is no forgetting or forgiving for her divided family, whose struggle over withdrawing life support for the brain-injured woman transfixed the nation.
Far from it, the bitter feud goes on in dueling “tell-all” books being published by Schiavo’s ex-husband and her parents this week. Both are scathing attempts to settle accounts; neither party has found any measure of reconciliation, they acknowledge.