Maria Korp - Decision Possible Friday
A decision could be made as early as tomorrow about whether to turn off life support for a Melbourne woman who was found in the boot of her car. (That's the trunk to us Yankees.)
Maria Korp, the 50 year old Australian woman who spent 5 days locked in her vehicle after having been choked, allegedly by the mistress of her husband. Joe Korp, 47, and his former lover, Tania Herman, 38, were arrested and charged with attempted murdered.
It seems that Maria's 3 Month trial period after having been "diagnosed" to be in a persistent vegetative state expires on Friday the 13th.
The Office of the Public Advocate, which has been appointed Mrs. Korp's guardian, will meet with doctors at the Alfred Hospital. Mr. Korp's lawyer Peter Ward says if the guardian decides to turn off the life support, his client could fight the decision in the Supreme Court.
Joe Korp's trial will not begin until the first part of August. By then exhibit A may have been destroyed. Isn't this evidence tampering by the State?
You may read my previous editorial on this story here.
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