Straight Up with Sherri

Saturday, May 07, 2005

Schindlers, Hanitty, and Fuhrman's Book

From NewsMax:

Mark Fuhrman Probing Schiavo Case

Famed detective Mark Fuhrman, whose independent investigation into the Martha Moxley murder led to the conviction of Kennedy-cousin Michael Skakel, is probing the Terri Schiavo forced starvation case.

"He spent a month on the ground in Tampa," revealed Fox News Channel's Sean Hannity Friday night. "He's talked to many of the principals involved investigating the case and he's coming out with a book."

Hannity said he personally contacted Fuhrman in March to suggest he probe a myriad of unresolved questions about Ms. Schiavo's condition, including a 1991 bone scan report showing that Schiavo suffered fractures sometime prior to being found unconscious in her home in Feb. 1990.

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"All I can say," the talk host told his "Hannity & Colmes" audience, "is that this is not over. Stay tuned."

9 Comments:

  • Did you catch when the Schindler's told Hanitty that they still don't know where Terri's ashes were interred?

    Apparently the court order demanding Mikey Shiavo disclose this information has little/no value. No enforcement. . .no accountablity .
    How sick is that?

    Hannity also caught another good point . . .regarding the bone scan . . .Mikey Schiavo sued the doctors/hospital for misdiagnosing Terri's bulemia (disputed by Schindlers since Terri lost the weight 5 years prior) but Mikey didn't see fit to sue for all the broken bones identified in the bone scan despite claiming that the injuries probably took place during therapy sessions.

    My heart goes out the Schindlers. This beautiful family displays a strength and character we should all aspire to.

    I hope Fuhrman nails Shiavo/Greer/Rice et al. Fuhrman's book can be pre-ordered online. Due in July.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 10:22 AM  

  • I'm sorry that I missed the show. Does anyone know if anyone has captured the video and placed it on their site? :)

    By Blogger Lorraine from St. Pete, at 11:58 AM  

  • I'm sure Mark Fuhrman's desire to enter this circus and Monday morning quarterback has nothing to do with his pushing a book that he has coming out. He was embarrassed as a bozo during the OJ debacle, and now he just looks for opportunities to make money by ambulance chasing, better yet, hearse chasing.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 11:59 AM  

  • I KNEW IT ! I KNEW IT ! I KNEW IT !

    Hannity is tenacious...Fuhrman is unmerciful....We all have roles to play in this atrocity..God has something for each of us to do ...even Mark Fuhrman ! If only he could get something for Nancy Grace to "hysterialize" upon...we would really get some action on this injustice!
    Terri are you up there lookin' down with the angels just lovin' this !!!!! We still love you, Girl!

    By Anonymous JoMarley, at 12:12 PM  

  • Wow! Go, Fuhrman! My prayers are behind him! And to put my money where my mouth is, I've already preordered the book. Thank you Sherri for letting us know!

    And anonymous number one, that was a good point Hannity made about M.S. not sueing for mistreatment after the bone scans. It almost looks too silly his trying to cover up anything....when we have been able to see the whole story spelled out in front of us for such a long time, now. Everything convicts the gang that killed her.

    By Anonymous Juleni, at 4:30 PM  

  • If only he could get something for Nancy Grace to "hysterialize" upon...we would really get some action on this injustice!
    Terri are you up there lookin' down with the angels just lovin' this !!!!! We still love you, Girl!


    Do Christians view those in heaven as still having the vices of men on earth, and the burdens? I've always thought that those earthly concerns such as "justice" and "retribution" were left behind. Don't those in heaven just have so much better things to consider? This is an honest question.

    By Anonymous deke, at 9:02 PM  

  • deke

    good question.

    I guess the best way to consider this is to think about Jesus. His suffering. I doubt he is in heaven wanting "justice" to the Romans-- rather, I picture Him wanting HIS suffering to be a known to all as not being in vain.

    Right now- those who have not learned the lessons that Terri's pain and suffering were meant to teach us, are- I believe- a sad thing for Terri. If those that sought her death- that she did NOT want- are never punished- or at least exposed for who they truly are- and what they truly did- then most Americans will not see the wrong done to Terri- and therefore- no lesson is learned. Thus, her suffering is in vain.

    It is like a parent that works two jobs to send a child to college- and that child spends their college years drinking and partying and then failing out. It is not punishment you wish on your own child- just wanting them to learn lessons that you worked hard to teach them.

    Does that make any sense. I am so sick of the media and others painting those that fought hard for Terri's life as just a bunch of religious zealots. Maybe someone who is obviously not a religious zealot- looking into this- investigating it- will help- but then- I doubt it will mean anything to the media. It will be about a book deal- not about the fact that anything was done wrong to Terri.

    Who knows how this will be used or spun. Nice to know that SOMEONE has taken the interest ot look for truth though! VERY NICE!

    By Blogger Straight Up with Sherri, at 7:02 PM  

  • I am continuing praying for the Lord to give the Schlinder's strength to carry on their mission. I am also praying for a miracle for Mark Fuhrman to uncover the truth and justice will prevailed against Michael Schiavo, George Felos and George Greer. Hanitty did say this is not over with.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 8:17 AM  

  • This will not be the first time Fuhrman has put a guy named Mike behind bars with a book and I sure hope he does it again.

    By Blogger Alnot, at 2:36 AM  

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