What a tangled web they weave when first they practice to deceive.
It’s a case built on lies and self-serving hearsay.
It’s a case built on egregious violations of law and our Constitution.
It’s a case overflowing with criminal wrongdoing.
It’s a case built by the perpetuation of one wrong legal decision based on inadmissible evidence.
It’s a case of raping the public trust.
It’s judicial tyranny at its worst.
That is the Terri Schindler-Schiavo case.
Investigative journalist June Maxam, publisher of The North Country Gazette, has written and published over 500 articles relating to the legal, judicial, moral and ethical issues of the Terri Schindler-Schiavo case, the brain damaged Florida woman who was ordered to die by the judicial decree of a Florida probate court judge.
Supported by euthanasia advocates, Michael Schiavo, the conflicted husband in name only, said the handicapped woman wouldn’t want to live by a feeding tube although there was no credible evidence of that. Her parents disagreed and desperately struggled to save her life, to obtain new testing for her, to obtain therapy which her husband had denied, to take her home and care for her.
While he claimed that he loved his wife, Schiavo had one affair after the other, fathering at least two illegitimate children. Money, greed, revenge—an intense hatred of the Schindler family, Terri’s parents and siblings, fueled Schiavo’s drive to end the life of Terri Schiavo.
For 15 years the battle played out in the courts, the Florida Legislature and ultimately Congress and the White House until her death at age 41 on March 31, 2005.
“The Tangled Web: The Schiavo Case”, is a compilation of more than 240 of Maxam’s previously published articles about the Schiavo case, of Maxam’s in-depth analysis of the case and its issues, the Medicare and Medicaid fraud issues, the allegations of domestic abuse, the collusion in the courts, the Legislature, the local, state and federal agencies that failed to protect Terri Schiavo.
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