It's almost impossible to believe, but it was already one year ago today that the judicially-ordered execution of an innocent woman, Terri Schiavo, reached its completion.
Everybody has written/is writing their books on it, including her scumbag ex-husband, but there is only one I'm planning to read: David Gibbs III's forthcoming Fighting for Dear Life
Nobody worked harder to keep Terri alive than David did as the lawyer for Terri's parents, and he saw some pretty amazing things along the way, including bad behavior on both sides of the issue. I have no idea how much of what he saw will be included in the book, but nobody was in a better position to know what happened in those final months. He's truly one of the good guys.
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