To deny the obvious link between Terri’s death and the pro-euthanasia movement reveals that you have not been keeping up with all the available information about this tragic situation.
First, there is no hard evidence anywhere, that Terri desired to be starved to death if or when she became disabled. That opinion appears to be a complete fiction dreamed up in the mind of her estranged husband, Michael, who has said publicly that upon Terri's death, he plans to marry Jodi Centonze, his live-in girlfriend and mother of two of his children. I suppose you don’t see a conflict of interest here? Terri MUST DIE so that Michael and his new honey can get what THEY want. Unfortunately, one crack pot judge believed Michael’s lie, and the rest is history. The greatest tragedy in this whole thing is that such a jerk should have been granted guardianship in the first place.
Secondly, have you ever met George Felos, Michael’s friend and pro-death attorney? If you had met this man you would not be able to claim that you don’t know anybody who wants to see Terri dead and who also favors euthanasia of a wide range of people with disabilities. Felos actually “enjoys” helping people die. He should be locked up in the same cell with “mad Jack” Kevorkian. If you want to waste your money on Felos’ book, it’s called Litigation As Spiritual Practice (copyright 2002). It’s getting a big sales boost now that Terri is dead.
As far as your comments about the Passover….please, get a grip.
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