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Comments from a radiologist.
Too bad this has been greatly ignored.
The question that I have that has not been answered (and may not be answerable).
What kind of malpractice did Michael allege that got the huge settlement? Was Terri dropped on her head in the days after she was found unresponsive? Was she given the wrong medications (like insulin instead of glucose) because someone had a dyslexic moment reading the labs? Was there actually no malpractice but rather a reflexive 'let's settle this' response from the insurance companies involved?
I realize this is all seemingly moot given that Terri is dead now, but I think that we need to keep hounding the authorities and finding the facts - something that apparently the courts totally refused to do.
The fact that the legal system has refused to carry out one of its prime directives. I was told when I reported for duty on the Grand Jury last year that our job was to evaluate the evidence and to try to determine what the facts of the situation were. We were then informed what the letter of the law was (actually it was read to us from the statutes) and only if the facts, by a preponderance of the evidence, supported the assertion from the DA that the law had likely been violated, were we to return an indictment.
We need to have the facts.


Alicia, totally off the cuff, but I *thought* it was for failure to diagnose bulimia.

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