This is a look at the Terri Schindler Schiavo case through the eyes of a former police detective.
Very interesting deliniateion of the case. I found it very enlightening and objective in recording the information and facts.
This is an interesting read because it comes from a detective point of view. Has a lot of interesting csi type of information.
He definately asks the right questions many overlooked. Only God knows what really happened at the time Terri collapsed, but he has some interesting speculation based on certain facts. Good investigative instincts at work.
Well written with many legal aspects brought out that need to be pondered. I wish so much for Terri that time could be reversed and she could of woke up and told what happened and she could have her life back. This is probably written by one of my most favorite lawyers of all time. I personally have my own opinion of what happened after i read this book and i believe the facts point to the truth. I am glad i do not live in her husbands neighborhood, i would not feel safe. I believe he has drawn a black spade when his time to answer comes.
Mark Fuhrman's 'Silent Witness: The Untold Story of Terri Schiavo's Death' provides information and speculation about the cause of Shiavo's injuries, from the viewpoint of a police investigator. I was surprised at how well Fuhrman writes and how even-handed his analysis of the situation seemed to be, although he was asked by the parents to do the review of documents and evidence. He doesn't take a viewpoint other than mild criticism of the initial investigation and he did get new info he unearthed.
The Terri Schiavo case as recollected by a retired detective who paints Michael Schiavo as a controlling, abusive psychopath. Not that that's not accurate, but the first few chapters are fairly one-sided. The 'meat' of the book is kind of technical in terms of possible scenarios that Fuhrman recounts in an attempt to explain how Terri ended up in the "persistent vegetative state" that was exploited by so many for their own ends. Overall, it was a good read; interesting, informative and confirmed some of my own suspicions surrounding the case.