Truth Held Hostage: Day 32
propaganda coordinators at the Saint Petersburg Times
, "An upcoming [sic]
autopsy report should provide further clarity about her condition." That is, before Terri's remains wound up mingling with copious amount of ashes from the Merry
Bigamist's celebratory cigars. The St(ained) Peat Times's
blind certitude that "baseless charges" have been flung should be tempered by the fact—a concept foreign to MSM editorialists, I'll grant—we've now gone a full month without any sign that Robed Master George Waste'Em Greer's colleague at the Pinellas County medical examiner's office
has any intention of releasing any such report anytime soon, despite his telling the media we should see it in "several weeks":
A six-hour autopsy, including full X-rays, was performed yesterday [April 1, 2005] on the body of Terri Schiavo, but the results may not be released for several weeks, the state medical examiner for Pinellas County reported.
Of course we know that "when an autopsy is done, it will find that [Terri] died of hunger and dehydration." Will it also find, in light of those postmortem X-rays, that she did have multiple bone fractures which simply can't be explained away by "Oh, she fell down"? Will it find as well that her heart muscle didn't have any of the permanent scarring and other damage invariably present on that organ after its owner suffers cardiac arrest?
Regardless how much the St Newyorkish Times endeavors to brand itself an unwitting accomplice to judiciary-assisted murder after the fact, those who would rather rely on the truth are still waiting for an autopsy's results that, the more and more Pinellas County officials are disinclined to timely release them, stand to appear less forthcoming with it.
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