Wednesday, March 23, 2005

Good summary debunking of the nonsense on Schiavo case

This diary on Kos points to a good document (linked via Abstract Appeal) which gives an unbiased look at the case:

After Florida passed “Terri’s Law” in 2003, Jeb Bush had to appoint a Guardian Ad Litem (GAL). I am not a lawyer, but my understanding is that a GAL is a neutral party who helps the court cut through the mud slinging and get to the truth. This GAL was to spend 30 days investigating and report back to Gov. Bush. His report,, (pdf) is excellent reading for anyone who is interested in the history of this case. The GAL details everything from the family relations to the court cases to the medical information. It is also very readable which is helpful.
Good reading folks. It destroys much of the slime that's been heaped at Michael Schiavo in recent weeks.

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