Monday, March 28, 2005

An excellent summary of the history of Terri's fight

Many good, sincere folks like my friend Ellen Leibowitz seem to think that Terri Schiavo's cause has only to do with politics in this year 2005, not justice. I have been following the case for years, although like many others I did not start to actually investigate the charges on both sides until her death by starvation was imminent.

WorldNetDaily has covered the Schiavo case in detail since it began. On March 24 they published LIFE AND DEATH TUG OF WAR
The whole Terri Schiavo story
, a thorough history of the case, compiled from their own archives. They prefaced this summary of their extensive coverage over the years with this Note from the Editor:
15-year saga of brain-injured woman no clear-cut, right-to-die case
Posted: March 24, 2005
1:00 a.m. Eastern

Editor's Note: The life and death tug-of-war over Terri Schiavo is a 12-year-old court battle that remained under the radar of most major news outlets until recently. WorldNetDaily was among the first national news organizations to cover the story back when it primarily occupied the headlines of the local press in Southwest Florida, in November 2002.

As the rest of the news world works to catch up on this complex, multifaceted, precedent-setting case, readers have asked WND about errors and glaring omissions in the current widespread media coverage. In addition, much of what WND reported in previous years is now topping headlines elsewhere, leaving readers to question why they're not finding the same details in current editions of WND.

In view of this, WorldNetDaily has decided to mine our extensive archives to compile a comprehensive analysis of the Terri Schiavo story.

The whole article is excellent. Read it here.

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