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HEALTH SCHAIVO RELIGION
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March 31, 2006
A portrait of Terri Schiavo stands with a bed of roses to honor her legacy during a five-person vigil...
Washington, UNITED STATES
A portrait of Terri Schiavo stands with a bed of roses at steps of Supreme Court in Washington
A portrait of Terri Schiavo stands with a bed of roses to honor her legacy during a five-person vigil to mark the one-year anniversary of her death on the steps of the Supreme Court in Washington March 31, 2006. REUTERS/Larry Downing
USA
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March 30, 2006
Robert (R) and Mary Schindler (C), the parents of Terri Schiavo, look down at her photo during the launch...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Parents of Terri Schiavo look down at her photo during the launch of the Terri Schindler Schiavo Foundation...
Robert (R) and Mary Schindler (C), the parents of Terri Schiavo, look down at her photo during the launch of the Terri Schindler Schiavo Foundation on Capitol Hill in Washington March 30, 2006. The organization says it is dedicated to ensuring the rights of the disabled, elderly and vulnerable citizens against care rationing, euthanasia and medical killing. Terri Schiavo died a year ago after a court ordered that her feeding tube may removed. Person at left holding the photo is unidentified. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
USA
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March 30, 2006
Terri's Schiavo's father Robert Schindler (C) looks up as he puts his arms around his wife Mary Schindler...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Terri's Schiavo's father looks up as he puts his arms around his wife and daughter in Washington
Terri's Schiavo's father Robert Schindler (C) looks up as he puts his arms around his wife Mary Schindler (R) and daughter Suzanne Schindler-Vitadamo during the launch of the Terri Schindler Schiavo Foundation on Capitol Hill in Washington March 30, 2006. The organization says it is dedicated to ensuring the rights of the disabled, elderly and vulnerable citizens against care rationing, euthanasia and medical killing. Terri Schiavo died a year ago after a court ordered that her feeding tube may be removed. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
USA
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March 30, 2006
Standing beside a picture of Terri, family members of Terri Schiavo listen to remarks during the launch...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Family of Terri Schiavo listen to remarks during the launch of the Terri Schindler Schiavo Foundation...
Standing beside a picture of Terri, family members of Terri Schiavo listen to remarks during the launch of the Terri Schindler Schiavo Foundation on Capitol Hill in Washington March 30, 2006. The organization says it is dedicated to ensuring the rights of the disabled, elderly and vulnerable citizens against care rationing, euthanasia and medical killing. Terri Schiavo died a year ago after a court ordered that her feeding tube may be removed. In the photo, Terri's father Robert Schindler (2nd R) puts his arms around his wife Mary Schindler (R) and daughter Suzanne Schindler-Vitadamo. Person at left is unidentified. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
SCHIAVO RIGHTS
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March 26, 2006
A protester holds a picture of brain-damaged Florida woman Terri Schiavo with her mother Mary Schindler...
Pinellas Park, UNITED STATES
Protester holds picture of brain-damaged woman Schiavo with mother Schindler in front of Woodside Hospice...
A protester holds a picture of brain-damaged Florida woman Terri Schiavo with her mother Mary Schindler in front of the Woodside Hospice where Schiavo is being cared for, in Pinellas Park, Florida, March 30, 2005. A year after the death of Terri Schiavo, her parents and husband release books this week attacking each other over the decision to let the brain-damaged Florida woman die by removing her feeding tube. Terri Schiavo died on March 31, 2005, at the age of 41, 13 days after the feeding tube was removed under a legal order granted to her husband, Michael, and opposed by her parents, the religious right, Republican leaders in Congress and President George W. Bush. Picture taken on March 30, 2005. REUTERS/Carlos Barria
SCHIAVO RIGHTS
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March 26, 2006
Mary Schindler (C), mother of brain-damaged Florida woman Terri Schiavo, her husband Bob (R) and her...
Pinellas Park, UNITED STATES
Mary Schindler mother of Schiavo, her husband Bob and daughter Suzanne listen as Reverend Jesse Jackson...
Mary Schindler (C), mother of brain-damaged Florida woman Terri Schiavo, her husband Bob (R) and her daughter Suzanne (L) listen as Reverend Jesse Jackson speaks to the media in front of the Woodside Hospice where Schiavo is being cared for, in Pinellas Park, Florida, March 30, 2005. A year after the death of Terri Schiavo, her parents and husband release books this week attacking each other over the decision to let the brain-damaged Florida woman die by removing her feeding tube. Terri Schiavo died on March 31, 2005, at the age of 41, 13 days after the feeding tube was removed under a legal order granted to her husband, Michael, and opposed by her parents, the religious right, Republican leaders in Congress and President George W. Bush. Picture taken on March 30, 2005. REUTERS/Carlos Barria
COURT
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October 05, 2005
Dorothy Timbs (C) and Bobby Schindler (2nd R), the brother of Terri Schiavo, wait in line outside the...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Dorothy Timbs and Bobby Schindler wait in line outside the U.S. Supreme Court
Dorothy Timbs (C) and Bobby Schindler (2nd R), the brother of Terri Schiavo, wait in line outside the U.S. Supreme Court before entering to listen to arguments about physician-assisted suicide October 5, 2005 on the day of the Gonzales v. Oregon case. The Supreme Court revisited the emotionally charged issue of physician-assisted suicide in a test of the federal government's power to block doctors from helping terminally ill patients and end their lives. REUTERS/Staff
SCHIAVO AUTOPSY
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June 15, 2005
Attorney George Felos, who represents Michael Schiavo, discusses the autopsy report outside of Felos's...
Dunedin, United Kingdom
Attorney George Felos, who represents Michael Schiavo, discusses the autopsy report outside of Felos's...
Attorney George Felos, who represents Michael Schiavo, discusses the autopsy report outside of Felos's Dunedin, Florida office. Attorney George Felos, who represents Michael Schiavo, discusses the autopsy report released today on Michael's deceased wife Terri Schiavo with reporters outside of Felos's Dunedin, Florida office on June 15, 2005. Terri Schiavo, a Florida woman who died in March after a fierce right-to-die battle that involved the U.S. Congress, was severely brain damaged and had no hope of recovery, said a medical examiner who gave the results of an autopsy on Wednesday. "Her brain was profoundly atrophied," Pinellas County medical examiner Jon Thogmartin told a news conference. Schiavo, who suffered a cardiac arrest in 1990 that deprived her brain of oxygen, died at a Florida hospice on March 31, 13 days after her feeding tube was removed by court order. She was 41. REUTERS/Scott Audette
SCHIAVO AUTOPSY
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June 15, 2005
Attorney George Felos, who represents Michael Schiavo, discusses the autopsy report outside of Felos's...
Dunedin, United Kingdom
Attorney George Felos, who represents Michael Schiavo, discusses the autopsy report outside of Felos's...
Attorney George Felos, who represents Michael Schiavo, discusses the autopsy report outside of Felos's Dunedin, Florida office. Attorney George Felos, who represents Michael Schiavo, discusses the autopsy report released today on Michael's deceased wife Terri Schiavo with reporters outside of Felos's Dunedin, Florida office on June 15, 2005. Terri Schiavo, a Florida woman who died in March after a fierce right-to-die battle that involved the U.S. Congress, was severely brain damaged and had no hope of recovery, said a medical examiner who gave the results of an autopsy on Wednesday. "Her brain was profoundly atrophied," Pinellas County medical examiner Jon Thogmartin told a news conference. Schiavo, who suffered a cardiac arrest in 1990 that deprived her brain of oxygen, died at a Florida hospice on March 31, 13 days after her feeding tube was removed by court order. She was 41. REUTERS/Scott Audette
SCHIAVO AUTOPSY
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June 15, 2005
Attorney George Felos, who represents Michael Schiavo, discusses the autopsy report outside of Felos's...
Dunedin, United Kingdom
Attorney George Felos, who represents Michael Schiavo, discusses the autopsy report outside of Felos's...
Attorney George Felos, who represents Michael Schiavo, discusses the autopsy report outside of Felos's Dunedin, Florida office. Attorney George Felos, who represents Michael Schiavo, discusses the autopsy report released today on Michael's deceased wife Terri Schiavo with reporters outside of Felos's Dunedin, Florida office on June 15, 2005. Terri Schiavo, a Florida woman who died in March after a fierce right-to-die battle that involved the U.S. Congress, was severely brain damaged and had no hope of recovery, said a medical examiner who gave the results of an autopsy on Wednesday. "Her brain was profoundly atrophied," Pinellas County medical examiner Jon Thogmartin told a news conference. Schiavo, who suffered a cardiac arrest in 1990 that deprived her brain of oxygen, died at a Florida hospice on March 31, 13 days after her feeding tube was removed by court order. She was 41. REUTERS/Scott Audette
SCHIAVO AUTOPSY
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June 15, 2005
Attorney David Gibbs gestures while talking with reporters at the District Six Medical Examiner's Office...
Largo, United Kingdom
Attorney David Gibbs gestures while talking with reporters at the District Six Medical Examiner's ......
Attorney David Gibbs gestures while talking with reporters at the District Six Medical Examiner's Office in Largo, Florida. Attorney David Gibbs (R), attorney for Bob and Mary Schindler, gestures while talking with reporters at the District Six Medical Examiner's Office in Largo, Florida on June 15, 2005. Terri Schiavo, a Florida woman who died in March after a fierce right-to-die battle that involved the U.S. Congress, was severely brain damaged and had no hope of recovery, said a medical examiner who gave the results of an autopsy on Wednesday. "Her brain was profoundly atrophied," Pinellas County medical examiner Jon Thogmartin told a news conference. Schiavo, who suffered a cardiac arrest in 1990 that deprived her brain of oxygen, died at a Florida hospice on March 31, 13 days after her feeding tube was removed by court order. She was 41. REUTERS/Scott Audette
SCHIAVO AUTPOSY
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June 15, 2005
Dr. Jon R. Thogmartin (R), chief medical examiner for Pinellas and Pasco Counties of Florida discuses...
Largo, United Kingdom
Dr. Jon Thogmartin discusses the Terri Schiavo autopsy results in Largo Florida.
Dr. Jon R. Thogmartin (R), chief medical examiner for Pinellas and Pasco Counties of Florida discuses the results of the autopsy he performed on Terri Schiavo as Dr. Stephen Nelson looks on at the District Six Medical Examiner's Office in Largo, Florida,June 15, 2005. Terri Schiavo, a Florida woman who died in March after a fierce right-to-die battle that involved the U.S. Congress, was severely brain damaged and had no hope of recovery, said a medical examiner who gave the results of an autopsy on Wednesday. "Her brain was profoundly atrophied," Pinellas County medical examiner Jon Thogmartin told a news conference. Schiavo, who suffered a cardiac arrest in 1990 that deprived her brain of oxygen, died at a Florida hospice on March 31, 13 days after her feeding tube was removed by court order. She was 41. REUTERS/Scott Audette SAA/LA
SCHIAVO AUTPOSY
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June 15, 2005
Attorney David Gibbs (R), attorney for Bob and Mary Schindler, listens to the medical examiner deliver...
Largo, United Kingdom
Attorney David Gibbs listens to the result of Terri Schiavo autopsy in Largo Florida.
Attorney David Gibbs (R), attorney for Bob and Mary Schindler, listens to the medical examiner deliver his report on the autopsy of the Schindler's daughter Terri Schiavo at the District Six Medical Examiner's Office in Largo, Florida on June 15, 2005. Terri Schiavo, a Florida woman who died in March after a fierce right-to-die battle that involved the U.S. Congress, was severely brain damaged and had no hope of recovery, said a medical examiner who gave the results of an autopsy on Wednesday. "Her brain was profoundly atrophied," Pinellas County medical examiner Jon Thogmartin told a news conference. Schiavo, who suffered a cardiac arrest in 1990 that deprived her brain of oxygen, died at a Florida hospice on March 31, 13 days after her feeding tube was removed by court order. She was 41. REUTERS/Scott Audette SAA/LA
SCHIAVO AUTPOSY
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June 15, 2005
Dr. Jon R. Thogmartin (R), chief medical examiner for Pinellas and Pasco Counties of Florida discuses...
Largo, United Kingdom
Dr. Jon Thogmartin discusses the Terri Schiavo autopsy results in Largo Florida.
Dr. Jon R. Thogmartin (R), chief medical examiner for Pinellas and Pasco Counties of Florida discuses the results of the autopsy he performed on Terri Schiavo as Dr. Stephen Nelson looks on at the District Six Medical Examiner's Office in Largo, Florida,June 15, 2005. Terri Schiavo, a Florida woman who died in March after a fierce right-to-die battle that involved the U.S. Congress, was severely brain damaged and had no hope of recovery, said a medical examiner who gave the results of an autopsy on Wednesday. "Her brain was profoundly atrophied," Pinellas County medical examiner Jon Thogmartin told a news conference. Schiavo, who suffered a cardiac arrest in 1990 that deprived her brain of oxygen, died at a Florida hospice on March 31, 13 days after her feeding tube was removed by court order. She was 41. REUTERS/Scott Audette SAA/LA
SCHIAVO AUTPOSY
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June 15, 2005
Dr. Jon R. Thogmartin (R), chief medical examiner for Pinellas and Pasco Counties of Florida discuses...
Largo, United Kingdom
Dr. Jon Thogmartin discusses the Terri Schiavo autposy results in Largo Florida.
Dr. Jon R. Thogmartin (R), chief medical examiner for Pinellas and Pasco Counties of Florida discuses the results of the autopsy he performed on Terri Schiavo as Dr. Stephen Nelson looks on at the District Six Medical Examiner's Office in Largo, Florida,June 15, 2005. Terri Schiavo, a Florida woman who died in March after a fierce right-to-die battle that involved the U.S. Congress, was severely brain damaged and had no hope of recovery, said a medical examiner who gave the results of an autopsy on Wednesday. "Her brain was profoundly atrophied," Pinellas County medical examiner Jon Thogmartin told a news conference. Schiavo, who suffered a cardiac arrest in 1990 that deprived her brain of oxygen, died at a Florida hospice on March 31, 13 days after her feeding tube was removed by court order. She was 41. REUTERS/Scott Audette SAA/LA
SCHIAVO AUTPOSY
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June 15, 2005
Dr. Jon R. Thogmartin (R), chief medical examiner for Pinellas and Pasco Counties of Florida discuses...
Largo, United Kingdom
Dr. Jon Thogmartin discusses the Terri Schiavo autposy results in Largo Florida.
Dr. Jon R. Thogmartin (R), chief medical examiner for Pinellas and Pasco Counties of Florida discuses the results of the autopsy he performed on Terri Schiavo as Dr. Stephen Nelson looks on at the District Six Medical Examiner's Office in Largo, Florida,June 15, 2005. Terri Schiavo, a Florida woman who died in March after a fierce right-to-die battle that involved the U.S. Congress, was severely brain damaged and had no hope of recovery, said a medical examiner who gave the results of an autopsy on Wednesday. "Her brain was profoundly atrophied," Pinellas County medical examiner Jon Thogmartin told a news conference. Schiavo, who suffered a cardiac arrest in 1990 that deprived her brain of oxygen, died at a Florida hospice on March 31, 13 days after her feeding tube was removed by court order. She was 41. REUTERS/Scott Audette SAA/LA
POPE
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May 18, 2005
Terri Schiavo's parents Bob and Mary Schindler show the photograph of their daughter to Pope Benedict...
Vatican City, Vatican
Terri Schiavo's parents Bob and Mary Schindler show the photograph of their daughter to Pope ...
Terri Schiavo's parents Bob and Mary Schindler show the photograph of their daughter to Pope Benedict XVI in Saint Peter's Square at the Vatican. Terri Schiavo's parents Bob Schindler (R) and his wife Mary Schindler show a photograph of their daughter to Pope Benedict XVI in Saint Peter's Square at the Vatican May 18, 2005. Terri Schiavo's parents, grateful for Vatican backing in their failed campaign to keep their brain-damaged daughter alive, briefly met Pope Benedict XVI on Wednesday and gave him a framed picture of her. REUTERS/Osservatore Romano/Pool
POPE
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May 18, 2005
Terri Schiavo's parents Bob Schindler and his wife Mary Schindler stroll in Saint Peter's Square at the...
Vatican City, Vatican
Terri Schiavo's parents Bob and Mary Schindler stroll in Saint Peter's Square at the Vatican.
Terri Schiavo's parents Bob Schindler and his wife Mary Schindler stroll in Saint Peter's Square at the Vatican May 18, 2005. Terri Schiavo's parents, grateful for Vatican backing in their failed campaign to keep their brain-damaged daughter alive, briefly met Pope Benedict XVI on Wednesday and gave him a framed picture of her. REUTERS/Tony Gentile TG/dh
POPE
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May 18, 2005
Terri Schiavo's parents Bob and Mary Schindler attend the general audience led by Pope Benedict XVI in...
Vatican City, Vatican
Terri Schiavo's parents Bob and Mary Schindler attend the general audience led by Pope ...
Terri Schiavo's parents Bob and Mary Schindler attend the general audience led by Pope Benedict XVI in Saint Peter's Square at the Vatican. Terri Schiavo's parents Bob Schindler (C) and his wife Mary Schindler (2nd L) attend the general audience led by Pope Benedict XVI in Saint Peter's Square at the Vatican May 18, 2005. Terri Schiavo's parents, grateful for Vatican backing in their failed campaign to keep their brain-damaged daughter alive, briefly met Pope Benedict XVI on Wednesday and gave him a framed picture of her. REUTERS/Tony Gentile
SCHAIVO
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April 15, 2005
Suzanne Vitadamo (L), sister of the recently deceased Terri Schiavo walks with her family into "Our Lady...
Southampton, USA
Suzanne Vitadamo sister of Terri Schiavo walks with her family to a memorial service for her sister.
Suzanne Vitadamo (L), sister of the recently deceased Terri Schiavo walks with her family into "Our Lady of Good Counsel" church for a memorial service for Schiavo in Southampton, Pennsylvania, April 15, 2005. Young woman at right is unidentified. REUTERS/Tim Shaffer TS
SCHAIVO
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April 15, 2005
Bob Schindler (L), father of the recently deceased Terri Schiavo, walks into "Our Lady of Good Counsel"...
Southampton, USA
Bob Schindler enters church for a memorial service for his daughter Terri Schiavo.
Bob Schindler (L), father of the recently deceased Terri Schiavo, walks into "Our Lady of Good Counsel" church for a memorial service for his daughter in Southampton, Pennsylvania, April 15, 2005. Man on right is unidentified. REUTERS/Tim Shaffer TS
RIGHTS SCHAIVO
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April 15, 2005
Bobby Schindler, brother of Terri Schiavo, waves off questions as he walks into Our Lady of Good Counsel...
Southampton, USA
Bobby Schindler waves off questions as he enters church for a memorial service for his sister Terri Schiavo....
Bobby Schindler, brother of Terri Schiavo, waves off questions as he walks into Our Lady of Good Counsel Church for a memorial service for his sister in Southampton, Pennsylvania, April 15, 2005. Schiavo died on March 31 at age 41, 15 years after suffering major brain damage and nearly two weeks after her feeding tube was removed by court order. REUTERS/Tim Shaffer TS/SV
RIGHTS SCHIAVO
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April 15, 2005
Mary Schindler (R), mother of Terri Schiavo is escorted by funeral director John McGhee into "Our Lady...
Southampton, USA
Mary Schindler is escorted into church for a memorial service by funeral director John McGhee.
Mary Schindler (R), mother of Terri Schiavo is escorted by funeral director John McGhee into "Our Lady of Good Counsel" church for a memorial service for Schiavo in Southampton, Pennsylvania, April 15, 2005. Schiavo died on March 31 at age 41, 15 years after suffering major brain damage and nearly two weeks after her feeding tube was removed by court order. REUTERS/Tim Shaffer TS/SV
RIGHTS SCHIAVO
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April 01, 2005
(L-R) Monsignor Thaddeus Malanowski, Father Tom Euteneuer and Father Frank Pavone hold an impromptu mass...
Pinellas Park, USA
Impromptu Mass held in Terri Schiavo honor.
(L-R) Monsignor Thaddeus Malanowski, Father Tom Euteneuer and Father Frank Pavone hold an impromptu mass outside the Woodside Hospice in Pinellas Park, Florida April 1, 2005. Terri Schiavo's husband and her parents made plans Friday for separate memorial services, as the family's bitter division over her fate endured beyond the brain-damaged Florida woman's death. Schiavo, center of a wrenching legal dispute that drew in the U.S. Congress and President George W. Bush, died on Thursday, 13 days after her feeding tube was removed under order from a state court. REUTERS/Rick Fowler CWL
RIGHTS SCHIAVO
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April 01, 2005
An unidentified woman prays at an impromptu mass outside the Woodside Hospice in Pinellas Park, Florida...
Pinellas Park, USA
Impromptu Mass held in Terri Schiavo honor.
An unidentified woman prays at an impromptu mass outside the Woodside Hospice in Pinellas Park, Florida April 1, 2005. Terri Schiavo's husband and her parents made plans Friday for separate memorial services, as the family's bitter division over her fate endured beyond the brain-damaged Florida woman's death. Schiavo, center of a wrenching legal dispute that drew in the U.S. Congress and President George W. Bush, died on Thursday, 13 days after her feeding tube was removed under order from a state court. REUTERS/Rick Fowler CWL
RIGHTS SCHIAVO
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April 01, 2005
Bob Schindler speaks at a memorial service for his daughter Terri Schiavo at the Praise Cathedral Renewal...
Pinellas Park, USA
Bob Schindler father of Terri Schiavo speaks at memorial service.
Bob Schindler speaks at a memorial service for his daughter Terri Schiavo at the Praise Cathedral Renewal Center in Pinellas Park, Florida March, 31, 2005. Schiavo died earlier in the day at the Woodside Hospice. REUTERS/Roberto Schmidt/Pool JLS
RIGHTS SCHIAVO
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March 31, 2005
Father Tom Euteneuer, Monsignor Thaddeus Malanowski and David Vogel (R-L) with his guitar knell in prayer...
Pinellas Park, USA
Impromptu Mass held in Terri Schiavo honor.
Father Tom Euteneuer, Monsignor Thaddeus Malanowski and David Vogel (R-L) with his guitar knell in prayer at an impromptu mass outside the Woodside Hospice in Pinellas Park, Florida on April 1, 2005. Terri Schiavo the brain damaged women died early Thursday morning, March 31, 2005, after her feeding tube was removed 13 days ago by a court order. REUTERS/Rick Fowler CWL
RIGHTS SCHIAVO
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March 31, 2005
Louie Menchaca prays at an impromptu mass outside the Woodside Hospice in Pinellas Park, Florida on April...
Pinellas Park, USA
Impromptu Mass held in Terri Schiavo honor.
Louie Menchaca prays at an impromptu mass outside the Woodside Hospice in Pinellas Park, Florida on April 1, 2005. Terri Schiavo the brain damaged women died early Thursday morning, March 31, 2005, after her feeding tube was removed 13 days ago by a court order. REUTERS/Rick Fowler CWL
RIGHTS SCHIAVO
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March 31, 2005
Monsignor Thaddeus Malanowski (L-R), Father Tom Euteneuer and Father Frank Pavone hold an impromptu mass...
Pinellas Park, USA
Impromptu Mass held in Terri Schiavo honor.
Monsignor Thaddeus Malanowski (L-R), Father Tom Euteneuer and Father Frank Pavone hold an impromptu mass outside the Woodside Hospice in Pinellas Park, Florida on April 1, 2005. Terri Schiavo the brain damaged women died early Thursday morning, March 31, 2005, after her feeding tube was removed 13 days ago by a court order. REUTERS/Rick Fowler CWL
RIGHTS SCHIAVO
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March 31, 2005
An unidentified worker picks up signs left by supporters and protesters outside the Woodside Hospice...
Pinellas Park, USA
Works clean up after protesters and supporters leave Terri Schiavo Hospice.
An unidentified worker picks up signs left by supporters and protesters outside the Woodside Hospice in Pinellas Park, Florida on April 1, 2005. Terri Schiavo the brain damaged women died early Thursday morning, March 31, 2005, after her feeding tube was removed 13 days ago by a court order. REUTERS/Charles W. Luzier CWL
RIGHTS SCHIAVO
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March 31, 2005
An unidentified worker carries a painting of Jesus with flowers surrounding the frame after it was left...
Pinellas Park, USA
Works clean up after protesters and supporters leave Terri Schiavo Hospice.
An unidentified worker carries a painting of Jesus with flowers surrounding the frame after it was left by supporters outside the Woodside Hospice in Pinellas Park, Florida on April 1, 2005. Terri Schiavo, the brain damaged women died early Thursday morning, March 31, 2005, after her feeding tube was removed 13 days ago by a court order. REUTERS/Charles W. Luzier CWL
RIGHTS SCHIAVO
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March 31, 2005
Ellen Gentry of Pinellas Park reacts at the conclusion of a memorial service for Terri Schiavo at the...
Pinellas Park, USA
Ellen Gentry reacts at Terri Schiavo memorial service in Pinellas Park.
Ellen Gentry of Pinellas Park reacts at the conclusion of a memorial service for Terri Schiavo at the Praise Cathedral Renewal Center in Pinellas Park, Florida March 31, 2005. Schiavo died earlier in the day at the Woodside Hospice in Pinellas Park. REUTERS/Carlos Barria JLS
RIGHTS SCHIAVO
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March 31, 2005
An unidentified woman prays at a memorial service for Terri Schiavo at the Praise Cathedral Renewal Center...
Pinellas Park, USA
Woman prays during Terri Schiavo memorial service in Pinellas Park.
An unidentified woman prays at a memorial service for Terri Schiavo at the Praise Cathedral Renewal Center in Pinellas Park, Florida March 31, 2005. Schiavo died earlier in the day at the Woodside Hospice. REUTERS/Roberto Schmidt/Pool JLS/SV
RIGHTS SCHIAVO
RTR6MWP
March 31, 2005
Operation Rescue's Randall Terry (R) plays the organ at a memorial service for Terri Schiavo, at the...
Pinellas Park, USA
Randall Terry plays organ during Terri Schiavo memorial service.
Operation Rescue's Randall Terry (R) plays the organ at a memorial service for Terri Schiavo, at the Praise Cathedral Renewal Center in Pinellas Park, Florida, March 31, 2005. Schiavo died earlier in the day at the Woodside Hospice. REUTERS/Andrew Kaufman/Pool JLS
RIGHTS SCHIAVO
RTR6MWJ
March 31, 2005
Bob Schindler speaks at a memorial service for his daughter Terri Schiavo at the Praise Cathedral Renewal...
Pinellas Park, USA
Bob Schindler father of Terri Schiavo speaks at memorial service.
Bob Schindler speaks at a memorial service for his daughter Terri Schiavo at the Praise Cathedral Renewal Center in Pinellas Park, Florida, March 31, 2005. Schiavo died earlier in the day at the Woodside Hospice. REUTERS/Andrew Kaufman/Pool JLS
RIGHTS SCHIAVO
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March 31, 2005
Bob Schindler speaks at a memorial service for his daughter Terri Schiavo at the Praise Cathedral Renewal...
Pinellas Park, USA
Bob Schindler father of Terri Schiavo speaks at memorial service.
Bob Schindler speaks at a memorial service for his daughter Terri Schiavo at the Praise Cathedral Renewal Center in Pinellas Park, Florida, March 31, 2005. Schiavo died earlier in the day at the Woodside Hospice. REUTERS/Andrew Kaufman/Pool JLS
RIGHTS SCHIAVO
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March 31, 2005
Bob Schindler speaks at a memorial service for his daughter Terri Schiavo at the Praise Cathedral Renewal...
Pinellas Park, USA
Bob Schindler father of Terri Schiavo speaks at memorial service.
Bob Schindler speaks at a memorial service for his daughter Terri Schiavo at the Praise Cathedral Renewal Center in Pinellas Park, Florida, March 31, 2005. Schiavo died earlier in the day at the Woodside Hospice. REUTERS/Roberto Schmidt/Pool JLS
RIGHTS SCHIAVO
RTR6MVR
March 31, 2005
Mary Porta of St. Petersburg reacts as she arrives at a memorial service for Terri Schiavo at the Praise...
Pinellas Park, USA
Mourner arrives at Terri Schiavo memorial service in Pinellas Park.
Mary Porta of St. Petersburg reacts as she arrives at a memorial service for Terri Schiavo at the Praise Cathedral Renewal Center in Pinellas Park, Florida, March 31, 2005. Schiavo died earlier in the day at the Woodside Hospice. REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn/Pool JLS
RIGHTS SCHIAVO
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March 31, 2005
Bob Schindler (C) reacts as he attends a memorial service for his daughter Terri Schiavo at the Praise...
Pinellas Park, USA
Bob Schindler father of Terri Schiavo attends memorial service.
Bob Schindler (C) reacts as he attends a memorial service for his daughter Terri Schiavo at the Praise Cathedral Renewal Center in Pinellas Park, Florida, March 31, 2005. Schiavo died earlier in the day at the Woodside Hospice. REUTERS/Roberto Schmidt/Pool JLS
RIGHTS SCHIAVO
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March 31, 2005
Bob Schindler (R) embraces an attendee at a memorial service for his daughter Terri Schiavo at the Praise...
Pinellas Park, USA
Bob Schindler father of Terri Schiavo embraces mourner at memorial service.
Bob Schindler (R) embraces an attendee at a memorial service for his daughter Terri Schiavo at the Praise Cathedral Renewal Center in Pinellas Park, Florida, March 31, 2005. Schiavo died earlier in the day at the Woodside Hospice. REUTERS/Andrew Kaufman/Pool JLS
RIGHTS SCHIAVO
RTR6MTR
March 31, 2005
Bob Schindler (L) shakes hands as he departs a memorial service for his daughter Terri Schiavo at the...
Pinellas Park, USA
Bob Schindler father of Terri Schiavo departs memorial service.
Bob Schindler (L) shakes hands as he departs a memorial service for his daughter Terri Schiavo at the Praise Cathedral Renewal Center in Pinellas Park, Florida, March 31, 2005. Schiavo died earlier in the day at the Woodside Hospice. REUTERS/Carlos Barria JLS
RIGHTS SCHIAVO
RTR6MT0
March 31, 2005
Mary Porta of St. Petersburg reacts as she arrives at a memorial service for Terri Schiavo at the Praise...
Pinellas Park, USA
Mourner arrives at Terri Schiavo memorial service in Pinellas Park.
Mary Porta of St. Petersburg reacts as she arrives at a memorial service for Terri Schiavo at the Praise Cathedral Renewal Center in Pinellas Park, Florida, March 31, 2005. Schiavo died earlier in the day at the Woodside Hospice. REUTERS/Carlos Barria JLS/HK
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RTR6MNJ
March 31, 2005
A protester holds a picture of Terri Schiavo in front of the Woodside Hospice where Schiavo died this...
Pinellas, USA
A protester holds a picture of Terri Schiavo in front of the Woodside Hospice where Schiavo died this...
A protester holds a picture of Terri Schiavo in front of the Woodside Hospice where Schiavo died this morning. A protester holds a picture of brain-damaged Florida woman Terri Schiavo in front of the Woodside Hospice where Schiavo died this morning, in Pinellas Park, Florida, March 31, 2005. Schiavo, at the heart of a bitter right-to-die dispute that drew in the U.S. Congress and President George W. Bush, died on Thursday, 13 days after a court halted her tube feeding, a spokesman for her parents said. REUTERS/Carlos Barria
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RTR6MN8
March 31, 2005
Bob Schindler father of Terri Schiavo leaves a press conference with his son Bobby in front of the Woodside...
Pinellas, USA
Bob Schindler father of Terri Schiavo leaves a press conference with his son Bobby in front of the ......
Bob Schindler father of Terri Schiavo leaves a press conference with his son Bobby in front of the Woodside Hospice. Bob Schindler (L), father of brain-damaged Florida woman Terri Schiavo leaves a press conference with his son Bobby in front of the Woodside Hospice where Schiavo died this morning, in Pinellas Park, Florida, March 31, 2005. Terri Schiavo, at the heart of a bitter right-to-die dispute that drew in the U.S. Congress and President George W. Bush, died on Thursday, 13 days after a court halted her tube feeding, a spokesman for her parents said. REUTERS/Carlos Barria
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RTR6MMU
March 31, 2005
Bobby Schindler brother of Terri Schiavo speaks to the media accompanied by his father Bob Schindler...
Pinellas, USA
Bobby Schindler brother of Terri Schiavo speaks to the media accompanied by his father Bob Schindler...
Bobby Schindler brother of Terri Schiavo speaks to the media accompanied by his father Bob Schindler and his sister Suzanne. Bobby Schindler (L) brother of brain-damaged Florida woman Terri Schiavo speaks to the media accompanied by his father Bob Schindler (C) and his sister Suzanne (R) in front of the Woodside Hospice where Schiavo died this morning, in Pinellas Park, Florida, March 31, 2005. Terri Schiavo, at the heart of a bitter right-to-die dispute that drew in the U.S. Congress and President George W. Bush, died on Thursday, 13 days after a court halted her tube feeding, a spokesman for her parents said. REUTERS/Carlos Barria
CB
RTR6MMP
March 31, 2005
Suzanne Vitadamo sister of Terri Schiavo speaks to the media accompanied by her father Bob Schindler...
Pinellas, USA
Suzanne Vitadamo sister of Terri Schiavo speaks to the media accompanied by her father Bob Schindler...
Suzanne Vitadamo sister of Terri Schiavo speaks to the media accompanied by her father Bob Schindler in Pinellas Park. Suzanne Vitadamo (L), sister of brain-damaged Florida woman Terri Schiavo speaks to the media accompanied by her father Bob Schindler in front of the Woodside Hospice where Schiavo died this morning, in Pinellas Park, Florida, March 31, 2005. Terri Schiavo, at the heart of a bitter right-to-die dispute that drew in the U.S. Congress and President George W. Bush, died on Thursday, 13 days after a court halted her tube feeding, a spokesman for her parents said. REUTERS/Carlos Barria
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RTR6MLW
March 31, 2005
Bob Schindler father of Terri Schiavo listens as his son Bobby speaks to the media accompanied by his...
Pinellas, USA
Bob Schindler father of Terri Schiavo listens as his son Bobby speaks to the media accompanied by his...
Bob Schindler father of Terri Schiavo listens as his son Bobby speaks to the media accompanied by his sister Suzanne Vitadamo. Bob Schindler (C), father of brain-damaged Florida woman Terri Schiavo listens as his son Bobby (L) speaks to the media accompanied by his sister Suzanne Vitadamo (R) in front of the Woodside Hospice where Schiavo died this morning, in Pinellas Park, Florida, March 31, 2005. Terri Schiavo, at the heart of a bitter right-to-die dispute that drew in the U.S. Congress and President George W. Bush, died on Thursday, 13 days after a court halted her tube feeding, a spokesman for her parents said. REUTERS/Carlos Barria
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RTR6MLN
March 31, 2005
Suzanne Vitadamo sister of Terri Schiavo speaks to the media accompanied by her father Bob and her brother...
Pinellas, USA
Suzanne Vitadamo sister of Terri Schiavo speaks to the media accompanied by her father Bob and her ......
Suzanne Vitadamo sister of Terri Schiavo speaks to the media accompanied by her father Bob and her brother Bobby. Suzanne Vitadamo (L), sister of brain-damaged Florida woman Terri Schiavo, speaks to the media accompanied by her father, Bob Schindler (C), and her brother Bobby (R), in front of the Woodside Hospice where Schiavo died this morning, in Pinellas Park, Florida, March 31, 2005. Terri Schiavo, the brain-damaged Florida woman at the heart of a bitter right-to-die dispute that drew in the U.S. Congress and President George W. Bush, died on Thursday, 13 days after a court halted her tube feeding, a spokesman for her parents said. REUTERS/Carlos Barria
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RTR6MKD
March 31, 2005
A protester cries in front of the Woodside Hospice after brain-damaged Florida woman Terri Schiavo died...
Pinellas, USA
A protester cries in front of the Woodside Hospice after brain-damaged Florida woman Terri Schiavo died...
A protester cries in front of the Woodside Hospice after brain-damaged Florida woman Terri Schiavo died in Pinellas Park. A protester cries next to a pictures of Jesus in front of the Woodside Hospice after brain-damaged Florida woman Terri Schiavo died in Pinellas Park, Florida, March 31, 2005. Schiavo, at the heart of a bitter right-to-die dispute that drew in the U.S. Congress and President George W. Bush, died on Thursday, 13 days after a court halted her tube feeding, a spokesman for her parents said. REUTERS/Carlos Barria
RIGHTS SCHIAVO
RTR6MJP
March 31, 2005
George Felos, attorney for Michael Schiavo, listens to questions from the media outside his office in...
Dunedin, UNITED STATES
Michael Schiavo's attorney speaks to media.
George Felos, attorney for Michael Schiavo, listens to questions from the media outside his office in Dunedin, Florida, March 31, 2005. Michael's wife, Terri Schiavo, the brain-damaged Florida woman at the heart of a wrenching legal dispute that drew in the U.S. Congress and President George W. Bush, died Thursday, 13 days after her feeding tube was removed by court order. REUTERS/ Rick Fowler RF
RIGHTS SCHIAVO
RTR6MAJ
March 31, 2005
A young protester gathers posters in front of the Woodside Hospice after Terri Schiavo died in Pinellas...
Pinellas, USA
A young protester gathers posters in front of the Woodside Hospice after Terri Schiavo died in Pinellas...
A young protester gathers posters in front of the Woodside Hospice after Terri Schiavo died in Pinellas Park, Florida, March 31, 2005. Terri Schiavo, the brain-damaged Florida woman at the heart of a bitter right-to-die dispute that drew in the U.S. Congress and President George W. Bush, died on Thursday, 13 days after a court halted her tube feeding, a spokesman for her parents said. REUTERS/Carlos Barria CB/HB
RIGHTS SCHIAVO
RTR6M9I
March 31, 2005
A protesters screams in front of the Woodside Hospice after Terri Schiavo died in Pinellas Park, Florida,...
Pinellas, USA
A protesters pray in front of the Woodside Hospice after Terri Schiavo died in Pinellas Park.
A protesters screams in front of the Woodside Hospice after Terri Schiavo died in Pinellas Park, Florida, March 31, 2005. Terri Schiavo, the brain-damaged Florida woman at the heart of a bitter right-to-die dispute that drew in the U.S. Congress and President George W. Bush, died on Thursday, 13 days after a court halted her tube feeding, a spokesman for her parents said. REUTERS/Carlos Barria CB/hb
RIGHTS SCHIAVO
RTR6M74
March 31, 2005
Protesters pray in front of the Woodside Hospice after brain-damaged Florida woman Terri Schiavo died...
Pinellas, USA
Protesters pray in front of the Woodside Hospice after Terri Schiavo died in Pinellas Park.
Protesters pray in front of the Woodside Hospice after brain-damaged Florida woman Terri Schiavo died in Pinellas Park, Florida, March 31, 2005. Terri Schiavo, the brain-damaged Florida woman at the heart of a bitter right-to-die dispute that drew in the U.S. Congress and President George W. Bush, died on Thursday, 13 days after a court halted her tube feeding, a spokesman for her parents said. REUTERS/Carlos Barria CB
RIGHTS SCHIAVO
RTR6M1C
March 31, 2005
Protesters pray in front of the Woodside Hospice after brain-damaged Florida woman Terri Schiavo died...
Pinellas, USA
Protesters pray in front of the Woodside Hospice after Terri Schiavo died in Pinellas Park.
Protesters pray in front of the Woodside Hospice after brain-damaged Florida woman Terri Schiavo died in Pinellas Park, Florida, March 31, 2005 Terri Schiavo, the brain-damaged Florida woman at the heart of a bitter right-to-die dispute that drew in the U.S. Congress and President George W. Bush, died on Thursday, 13 days after a court halted her tube feeding, a spokesman for her parents said. REUTERS/Carlos Barria CB
BUSH SCHIAVO
RTR6M0V
March 31, 2005
U.S. President George W. Bush speaks about the death of Terri Schiavo March 31, 2005. Schiavo, 41, died...
Washington, USA
President Bush talks about the death of Terri Schiavo.
U.S. President George W. Bush speaks about the death of Terri Schiavo March 31, 2005. Schiavo, 41, died 13 days after her feeding tube was halted under order from a state court, and just hours after the U.S. Supreme Court rebuffed yet another appeal by her parents for the feeding to be restored. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque KL
BUSH SCHIAVO
RTR6M0N
March 31, 2005
U.S. President George W. Bush speaks about the death of Terri Schiavo, March 31, 2005 in Washington....
Washington, USA
Bush talks about the death of Terri Schiavo.
U.S. President George W. Bush speaks about the death of Terri Schiavo, March 31, 2005 in Washington. Schiavo, 41, died 13 days after her feeding tube was halted under order from a state court, and just hours after the U.S. Supreme Court rebuffed yet another appeal by her parents for the feeding to be restored. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
RIGHTS SCHIAVO
RTR6LZF
March 31, 2005
Bobby Schindler brother of Terri Schiavo and his sister Suzanne leave the Woodside Hospice after Schiavo...
Pinellas, USA
Bobby Schindler brother of Terri Schiavo and his sister Suzanne leave the Woodside Hospice after ...
Bobby Schindler brother of Terri Schiavo and his sister Suzanne leave the Woodside Hospice after Schiavo died. Bobby Schindler (center, R), brother of brain-damaged Florida woman Terri Schiavo and his sister Suzanne, leave the Woodside Hospice after Terri Schiavo died in Pinellas Park, Florida, March 31, 2005. Terri Schiavo, the brain-damaged Florida woman at the heart of a bitter right-to-die dispute that drew in the U.S. Congress and President George W. Bush, died on Thursday, 13 days after a court halted her tube feeding, a spokesman for her parents said. REUTERS/Carlos Barria
CB
RTR6LX5
March 31, 2005
A protester holds a poster in front of the Woodside Hospice after brain-damaged Florida woman Terri Schiavo...
Pinellas, USA
A protester holds a poster in front of the Woodside Hospice after brain-damaged Florida woman Terri ......
A protester holds a poster in front of the Woodside Hospice after brain-damaged Florida woman Terri Schiavo died. A protester holds a poster in front of the Woodside Hospice after brain-damaged Florida woman Terri Schiavo died in Pinellas Park, Florida, March 31, 2005. Terri Schiavo, the brain-damaged Florida woman at the heart of a bitter right-to-die dispute that drew in the U.S. Congress and President George W. Bush, died on Thursday, 13 days after a court halted her tube feeding, a spokesman for her parents said. REUTERS/Carlos Barria
RIGHTS SCHIAVO
RTR6LWG
March 31, 2005
Bobby Schindler brother of Terri Schiavo and his sister Suzanne leave the Woodside Hospice after Schiavo...
Pinellas, USA
Bobby Schindler brother of Terri Schiavo and his sister Suzanne leave the Woodside Hospice after ...
Bobby Schindler brother of Terri Schiavo and his sister Suzanne leave the Woodside Hospice after Schiavo died. Bobby Schindler (R), brother of brain-damaged Florida woman Terri Schiavo and his sister Suzanne, leave the Woodside Hospice after Terri Schiavo died in Pinellas Park, Florida, March 31, 2005. Terri Schiavo, the brain-damaged Florida woman at the heart of a bitter right-to-die dispute that drew in the U.S. Congress and President George W. Bush, died on Thursday, 13 days after a court halted her tube feeding, a spokesman for her parents said. REUTERS/Carlos Barria
RIGHTS SCHIAVO
RTR6LUV
March 31, 2005
A protester cries in front of the Woodside Hospice after brain-damaged Florida woman Terri Schiavo died...
Pinellas, USA
A protester cries in front of the Woodside Hospice after brain-damaged Florida woman Terri Schiavo died....
A protester cries in front of the Woodside Hospice after brain-damaged Florida woman Terri Schiavo died in Pinellas Park, Florida, March 31, 2005. Schiavo, at the heart of a bitter right-to-die dispute that drew in the U.S. Congress and President George W. Bush, died on Thursday, 13 days after a court halted her tube feeding, a spokesman for her parents said. REUTERS/Carlos Barria CB
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