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July 08, 2005

Medical report suggests strangulation possible in Terri Schiavo case

From the Empire Journal:

While the Pinellas County medical examiner ruled out bulimia and a heart attack as causes of death in the case of Terri Schiavo, Florida’s disabled and vulnerable adult who died after the court ordered her feeding tube removed, he did not rule out suffocation.

The cause of death was listed as anoxic encephalopathy....

Pinellas County medical examiner Jon Thogmartin did not rule out the possibility of smothering or a choke hold which may have caused the loss of oxygen to Terri’s brain and experts have stated that a victim of a choke hold or smothering would not demonstrate visible injury or evidence to corroborate the “choking” incident.

The hospital admittance records from 1990 show evidence of trauma to Terri Schiavo’s neck. Her friends have testified during court proceedings that she was unhappy in her marriage to Schiavo and was allegedly contemplating a divorce from Michael Schiavo who was allegedly possessive and jealous.

Unfortunately there are way too many people that want to pretend Terri died a “dignified” death when she was slowly tortured to death by Michael Schiavo and George Greer. In Germany it was easier to pretend snow was falling rather than admit the reality that it was the ashes of thousands of viciously-murdered Jews being burned in nearby extermination camps.


The very prosecutor whose career would have been on the line had he ruled any other way, declared there was no criminal activity involved in Terri Schiavo's collapse. Had he found otherwise, State Attorney Bernie McCabe would have exposed his own incompetence in not investigating over a decade ago as he had been repeatedly asked to.

To round off the incompetence, Jeb Bush, who refused to save Terri's life, accepted the report as legitimate. I wonder if this will be a new policy in Florida -- having those suspected of incompetence be in charge of their own competency investigation. Maybe they could just start allowing criminals to investigate themselves, too.

Posted by Danny Carlton at July 8, 2005 08:10 AM

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Over 100 allegations of abuse,neglect and exploitation by Michael Schiavo were investigated by the state of Florida DCF.

No prosecutable charges resulted. ALL of the investigations concluded that the Schwindlers lied- oops- I mean that none of their allegations contained any truths that could be proven.

I guess thats the same thing as saying they lied in every allegation.

An attorney for the Schwindlers forwarded information on the BONE SCAN to McCabes office a few years back and claimed it showed evidence of broken bones and abuse. None of the court testimony in the case supported such claims and in fact BONE SCANS are not used in proving fractures. X RAYS are used to image fractures.

None of the MANY x-rays taken immediately after Mrs Schiavos admission to the hospital showed any fractures, McCabes office was aware of this. The general public was informed of this when the autopsy was released.

After investigating the BONE SCAN claims McCabes office concluded that the Schwindlers were in the habbit of misrepresenting material facts (LYING).

There was no evidence of a NECK injury after her admission.

In her discharge notes that were forwarded to the rehab center the doctor noted her neck was stiff along with the rest of her body- it was part of the contractures. They had controlled her SEIZURES with medications.

Were there crimes? Will any crimes be prosecuted?

It depends on how exactly the Schwindlers have been using the many hundreds of thousands of donated and contributed dollars.

Posted by: TRUTH at July 10, 2005 05:43 PM

Since those in charge of investigating would themselves have been exposed for their previous negligence, they were unqualified to investigate. Trying to claim the Florida DCF is competent to investigate anything is a laugh. How many children have they lost now?

Posted by: Danny Carlton at July 11, 2005 08:01 AM

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