posted on Mar, 15 2005 @ 04:58 AM
From the link:
Michael has said over and over again that this case is not about money for him," Felos said. "It's about carrying out his wife's wishes.
There is no amount of money anyone can offer that will cause him to turn his back on his wife.
I just don't buy it. What does this man really want? When considering carrying out his wife's wishes which I personally do not buy as the reason he
is so persistent in wanting her to starve to death, I wonder how his wife's wishes come into play regarding the fact that he has all but abandoned
her and moved on to another woman.
I also don't understand why if Terri had wanted to not be left like this, but neglected to put these instructions in a written document, why this
even has the right to be debated. If it wasn't on paper it shouldn't be permitted period. It shouldn't be in the courts and it shouldn't be
allowed if all parties involved (and that has to include the immediate family, not just a spouse) are not in agreement.
Maybe this varies from state to state, but it was my understanding that unless a document was produced to clearly state otherwise, all efforts must be
made to keep the person alive. Why has this even gone on so long on merely the word of a former spouse who clearly has abandoned his wife?