[Grovenet] Enough already!
krystof_zmudzinski at yahoo.com
Tue Jun 21 12:27:57 PDT 2005
How good indeed?
Should I mention all those sex abuse cases where
the alleged perpetrator is dead?
--- Bob Browning <rab at jurislex.com> wrote:
> Or maybe they had to wait til they had a politician
> who just can't let go!!!
> bob "how good is your memory from 15 years ago??"
> Ron D'Eau Claire wrote:
> >Of course, that's the President's brother, Jeb
> Bush, not the President who
> >is asking questions.
> >And it's an interesting question, I think. To quote
> the piece you provided a
> >link for:
> >TALLAHASSEE - Gov. Jeb Bush asked a prosecutor
> Friday to investigate why
> >Terri Schiavo collapsed 15 years ago, calling into
> question a gap in time
> >from when her husband found the woman and called
> >In a letter he faxed to Pinellas-Pasco County State
> Attorney Bernie McCabe,
> >Bush said Michael Schiavo testified in a 1992
> medical malpractice trial that
> >he found his wife collapsed at 5 a.m. and he said
> in a 2003 television
> >interview that he found her at about 4:30 a.m. He
> called 911 at about 5:40
> >"Between 40 and 70 minutes elapsed before the call
> was made, and I am aware
> >of no explanation for the delay," Bush said. "In
> light of this new
> >information, I urge you to take a fresh look at
> this case without any
> >preconceptions as to the outcome."
> >Was it a simple mistake? Why didn't anyone ask that
> question before,
> >especially in light of the very odd circumstances
> around her collapse?
> >The husband's lawyer says the whole thing is
> preposterous because if the
> >husband had waited that long before calling Mrs.
> Schiavo would have been
> >It's interesting to see lawyers dispensing medical
> >Probably a "tempest in a teapot" but certainly
> interesting questions. I'll
> >add one of my own. Considering all the years that
> have passed, why wasn't it
> >asked by the authorities long ago? Did they have to
> wait until they had a
> >possible homicide on their hands first?
> >Ron D'Eau Claire
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