Straight Up with Sherri

Wednesday, May 04, 2005

Mark Fuhrman Investigating the Night Terri Collapsed

Today Bobby Schindler announced on Glenn Beck's show that Mark Fuhrman is investigating the night that Terri Schindler (Schiavo) collapsed.

I am looking forward to hearing what Mark Fuhrman comes up with. I also hope much, much, more is investigated!

8 Comments:

  • Mark has done good work in the past. Are they ever going to release the autopsy results? Just the x-rays would have been very revealing about trauma history.

    By Blogger Alnot, at 1:47 AM  

  • This is good. Does anybody know the condition of Terri's hyoid bone? If it had shown a healed break, that certainly would support the contention that she was strangled.

    By Blogger GrannyGrump, at 6:38 AM  

  • Fuhrman is the same guy who planted the glove, remember?

    Oh and look, he's gotten into publishing too! What a coincidence that he's now latching on to this opportunity. I'm sure he wouldn't want to convert this into $$.

    By Anonymous cdm, at 1:48 PM  

  • Mark Fuhrman helped bring justice for Martha Moxley!
    Several of us contacted him asking that he help the Schindler family acquire justice for Terri.

    By Anonymous BJS, at 6:24 PM  

  • Mark Fuhrman helped bring justice for Martha Moxley!
    Several of us contacted him asking that he help the Schindler family acquire justice for Terri.

    By Anonymous BJS, at 6:24 PM  

  • Hear Ye ...
    Amazon.com is accepting advanced orders for SILENT WITNESS by Mark Fuhrman now. It will be available for shipping July 3. I ordered mine. How about you?

    By Anonymous JoMarley, at 9:31 PM  

  • Shouldn't Mark Fuhrman have came forwarded to investigate Terri case before Michael and Judge Greer ended her life? He has a book coming out next month.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 1:24 PM  

  • I went to Barnes and Noble to
    check out Mr. Fuhrman's book.
    I read through it. I couldn't bring myself to buy it because of the accusations of racism in
    the past. While I appreciate his
    work and interest in the case of
    Terri Schiavo, I wish a better
    detective (I'm not kidding) and
    a person with less baggage would
    continue to champion her cause.
    I might buy the book second hand...

    By Anonymous Rvonkeyser, at 10:43 PM  

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