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Law / Schiavo Case / Terry Interview / The Governor / The Hospice #784702

CNN Evening News for Friday, Mar 25, 2005
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) The day's legal events in the Terri Schiavo case updated; details given of the family claim that she stated "I want to live"; scenes shown of protests outside her Florida hospice. [Father Bob SCHINDLER - says we are still fighting for her.] [Mother Mary SCHINDLER - pleads with Florida Governor Jeb Bush to save her daughter.] [Outside the hospice, Schindler family spokesman Randall TERRY - outlines the logic for the actions by the governor to use his executive authority to uphold Schiavo's right to life through the DCF; states if the law is not used for justice it is tyranny; calls for Jeb Bush to take action & intervene.]

(Tallahassee: Ed Henry) The pressure on the governor in this case during holy week featured; scenes shown of religious protests in Tallahassee; details given of the conservatives' view that the governor should take custody of Terri by force. [Christian Defense Coalition Rev. Patrick MAHONEY†- prays for forgiving us this Good Friday; reads prayer directed to the governor; compares Terri to Christ.] [Jesuit priest/bioethicist Father John PARIS†, Franciscan Brothers of Peace Brother Paul O'DONNELL†- offer differing opinions on the case.]

(Studio: Aaron Brown) The FBI's arrest of a man who offered {on the Internet} money for the murder of Michael Schiavo &/or Judge George Greer reported.

(Studio: Aaron Brown) The security at the hospice featured; scenes shown. [O'DONNELL - outlines the procedures for visitation rights to get to see Terri.]

Brown, Aaron;
Henry, Ed

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