Tuesday, March 28, 2006


Anderson Cooper:

Yes, we pick it up right where you left it off, with Terri Schiavo, who died a year ago this Friday.

Now, whether she knew it or not, her story touched off a national conversation on death and dying, not to mention family and the law -- that conversation goes on.

Added: And Cooper's Comedy Corner doesn't end there. Oh no, my friends.

COOPER: .... They [the Schindlers] accused Michael Schiavo, living with another woman he later married and starting a new family, of abuse and neglect. But the odds were against them. Of five doctors appointed by the court to study Terri's case, only one insisted the diagnosis was wrong.

DR. WILLIAM HAMMESFAHR, NEUROLOGIST: She did respond to me, when I saw her. And, apparently, she still is responding to people. You know, she looks at you. She focuses on you.


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