I have nothing more directly to say to the critic. Every credible source that challenges his sweeping assertions is, according to him, a “quack” or a liar or showboating. But the hallowed judge in black robes can do no wrong.
But I will continue to shine some light on testimonies like this one, from the general counsel for the Counsel on Bioethics O. Carter Snead, thanks to K-Lo at The Corner.
Or the sworn affidavit of nurse Carla Iyer, who worked with Terri for 16 months and swore under oath that she was not at all in a vegetative state and that her husband’s consistent demeanor and actions did not reflect those of a concerned caregiver.
Questions to consider:
And tell me that there are no serious concerns here about starving Terri to death.
Update: Kudos to the Rocky Mountain News for defending Congressional intervention in this case and questioning the circuit court judge’s obstinate and needless delay.