Lynne Dodenhoff, mother of missing Delaware woman Christine Sheddy, announced late this afternoon that 3 View Search Services, headquarted within Purdue University Research Park, will take on Christine’s case.
Christine Sheddy has been missing from a Farmhouse in Pocomoke City, Maryland since November 13, 2007.
In a recent Rasmussen Poll, two out of every three voters or 67% lack confidence that the Congress knows what it is doing when it comes to the economy. After all the stimulus plans, after all the cash for trash plans … only 7% say they are very confident and 29% say they are some what confident in Congress.
What a resounding vote of confidence from “We the People.” No wonder 57% of Americans want to give all members of the House and Senate the boot and start new. Not only have the American people lost confidence in that the Congress knows what is is doing, I also believe they have lost trust in Congress that they will do the right thing and listen to the will of the people.
These people were elected to represent and it appears they have long lost the notion that they work for “We the People.”
Robert Schindler, the father of Terri Schiavo, passed away over the weekend at the age of 72. According to reports Schindler died of apparent heart failure. However, in the aftermath of the death of his daughter Terri Schiavo and the much publicized 13 day starvation and dehydration death, one might say that Robert Schindler died of a broken heart.
Now, look at this exhausted, heartbroken father and tell me he is having a “good time.”
Rest in Peace.
In the aftermath of Terri’s euthanasia death, Robert Schindler started a foundation with the rest of his family to help other disabled patients. The Terri Schindler Schiavo Foundation would connect patients or their families to legal help, physicians and pro-life groups who would speak out on their behalf to obtain basic medical care or lifesaving medical treatment denied to them by the government, hospitals or family members
Any condolences can be sent to: Terri Schindler Schiavo Foundation, 5562 Central Avenue ~ Suite 2 – St. Petersburg, FL – 33707
Terri Schindler Schiavo
For those of you who have forgot or are unfamiliar with this case, Terri Schindler Schiavo died on March 31, 2005 after courts ruled that her feeding tube could be removed. After a 14 day battle against starvation and dehydration, Terri Schindler Schiavo died. It was the story that captured the attention of America and brought to light the rights of patients, family, living wills and what humanity should take place for those that would want one to die vs. those that would wish to take care of her.
The right to life for patients battles on after the death of Terri through the Terri Schindler Schiavo Foundation.
The story of Terri Schindler Schiavo has a special place in our hearts here at Scared Monkeys as it was the first true impactful, emotional and far reaching news story that we covered. Let alone the emotional, heart breaking nature of the story. Before Natalee Holloway there was Terri Schiavo and her parents only wish to have her live.
We sadly wrote a story on the day that the 11th Circuit Court rejected her parent’s last appeal to get the brain-damaged woman’s feeding tube reconnected … “STRIKE 3, 11th Circuit Court Rejects Schiavo Appeal”. CNN’s Inside the Blogs picked up the story.
Robert Schindler will now be able to be with his daughter once again. May they both Rest in Peace.
- When we ask what went wrong here, there’s a lot more to the question than just the sheriff’s office. Where ere the police, the social workers and the neighbors? Why was a sex offender not monitored more closely?
Daily Commentary – Monday, August 31st, 2009 – Jaycee Lee Duggard [2:10m]: | Download
Pocomoke City, MD– The last time Christine Sheddy’s best friend “Q” spoke to her at approximately 9:30Pm on November 12th she was trying to whisper something to him. He could not hear her. He heard a guy in the back talking about how they were gonna keep her, she’s so good to them, so nice to look at.. You get the picture. Skeeve Meter twenty out of ten.