27 March, 2005

What Do I Want?

Schindlers' lawyer: Legal fight near end

In his five-page decision Saturday, Greer said that Schiavo's parents had failed to meet the burden of proof necessary to prove their latest assertion: that Terri Schiavo had attempted to verbalize "I want to live."

The motion filed by Schiavo's parents motion said, "She managed to articulate the first two vowel sounds, first articulating AHHHHHHH and then virtually screaming WAAAAAAAA."

But virtually no chance she was trying to say "I want to die", I'm sure.

1 comment:

  1. Even if she were trying to say "I want to die", that would convince me to side with her parents, since that would be evidence of actual thought -- which would invalidate all of her previous diagnoses.I'd say there was virtually no chance she was trying to say anything.(She's not brain-dead, she's just pining for the fjords!)