MICHAEL SCHIAVO TRUTH TABLE -
LIVE TV INTERVIEWS PUT MICHAEL SCHIAVO ON ROAD TO PERJURY
|SCHIAVO: I work late at night. I used to run -- manage restaurants. I
came home around 2:00 in the morning, climbed into bed.
[Terri] .... She woke up, said good night, gave me a kiss. I gave her a kiss back.
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This statement by Michael Schiavo is extremely damaging to his cause in that he, the person he alleges knows his wife best, finds no irregularity in his wife's speech patterns or physical condition at around 2 A.M., to indicate the extremely severe Hypokalemia she presented with 3 hours later.
Michael Schiavo states that when he arrived home from work around 2:00 A.M., Theresa Schiavo woke up (was alert and aware of her surroundings and of his presence), said goodnight (had verbal and cognitive skills), and gave him a kiss (demonstrated emotions, cognitive skills, and normal range of motion for muscles.
Michael Schiavo reported nothing abnormal. Only TRAUMA can cause this type of quick-onset Hypokalemia.
The Smoking Gun: The Hypokalemia profile that Theresa Schiavo was diagnosed with is unique, and trauma is reportedly the proximate cause, according to studies published by the National Institute of Health in 2002. click here. Hypokalemia does not cause skeletal trauma - physical force (violence) does.
This is very damaging for Michael Schiavo, since he was the only person present who could inflict TRAUMA to Theresa Maria Schiavo, documented in a bone-scan 53 weeks later, well within the 18 month window for skeletal Technetium uptake.
- TIME OF COLLAPSE -
|CALLED "911"||TIME DISCREPANCY||REPORTING SOURCE|
|5:40 A.M.||- Occurred: 5:40 A.M.
- Paramedics arrived 5:52
- Police dispatched 6:11
- Police arrived 6:33 A.M.
- Police left 8:55 A.M.
|0 MINUTES||POLICE (HOMICIDE)
REPORT click here
|5:00 A.M.||AT HER SIDE WITHIN ONE MINUTE, THEN CALLED 911 IMMEDIATELY||APPROX 38 MINUTES||HEARD A THUD
AROUND 5 A.M,AND RAN TO HER - click here for video clip
MICHAEL SCHIAVO INTERVIEW - DATELINE NBC, Aired: March 26, 2006
4:30 in the morning, I was, for
some reason, getting out of bed and
I heard a
thud in the hall. I race out there and Terri was laying in
the hall. I went down to get her. I thought, Well, maybe she just tripped
I rolled her over and she was lifeless. And it almost seems like she had this last breath.
So I held her in my arms, and I'm trying to shake her up. I ran over, I called 911. Her brother happened to live in the same complex as we did. I called him. I went back to Terri. And from there, six, seven minutes later, the paramedics... " - MICHAEL SCHIAVO
PARAMEDICS FOUND HER FACE DOWN click here for police report.
APPROX 65 MINUTES
|CNN - LARRY KING LIVE,
MICHAEL SCHIAVO INTERVIEW Aired: October 27, 2003
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POLICE (dispatched at 6:11 a.m.) REPORT PARAMEDICS FOUND HER FACE DOWN click here for police report.
|The type of
HYPOKALEMIA that Theresa Maria Schiavo was diagnosed with is unique
(serum Potassium returns within limits within ~24 hrs, despite Potassium
supplementation). It is caused by inflicting TRAUMA (such as wife-beating
and violent shaking of the victim, resulting in a stiff neck, plus
neurological and skeletal trauma, and closed head injury) within the
previous hours. These findings were published by the U.S. Government's
National Institute of Health in 2002.
It would be very dangerous for a person to drink a glass of iced tea laced with nicotine (such as BLACK LEAF 40™ insecticide).
Other reasons for continued problems -or- how to make someone look sick in a hospital, without causing suspicion:
of clinical effects
On March 26, 2006, appeared on DATELINE, an NBC television program. Michael Schiavo stated on national television that he heard a thud at 5:00 a.m., went to his wife within one minute, then immediately called 911.
CNN: LARRY KING LIVE; MICHAEL SCHIAVO INTERVIEW, October 27, 2003:
"I ROLLED HER OVER. ......
So I held her in my arms, and I'm trying to shake her up. I ran over, I called 911. Her brother happened to live in the same complex as we did. I called him. I went back to Terri. And from there, six, seven minutes later, the paramedics... " CLICK HERE
Paramedics found Theresa Schiavo lying face down on the bathroom floor, contrary to how Michael Schiavo lovingly portrayed himself. I believe Michael Schiavo when he stated he "shook her up."
St. Petersburg Police tell a different story. Either the St. Petersburg Police and Paramedics are pathetic Pathological Liars, or could it be Michael Schiavo? CLICK HERE to read the actual police report, where police were dispatched at 6:11 a.m. on February 25, 1990, reference an incident that Michael Schiavo reported had occurred at 5:40 a.m.
The St. Petersburg Times reported that Michael Schiavo told the Medical Examiner that he found his wife at 4:30 a.m. click here
Michael Schiavo also testified in a 1992 medical malpractice trial that he found his wife collapsed at 5 a.m. on Feb. 25, 1990, but said in a 2003 television interview that he found her about 4:30 a.m., and called 911 at 5:40 a.m. CLICK HERE
USA TODAY: "Between 40 and 70 minutes elapsed before the  call was made, and I am aware of no explanation for the delay." - Florida Governor Jeb Bush CLICK HERE
The type of HYPOKALEMIA that Theresa Maria Schiavo was diagnosed with is unique (serum K+ returns within limits within ~24 hrs, despite K+ supplementation). It is caused by inflicting TRAUMA (such as wife-beating and violent shaking of the victim, resulting in a stiff neck, plus neurological and skeletal trauma, and closed head injury) within the previous hours. These findings were published by the U.S. Government's National Institute of Health in 2002. click here
As Michael Schiavo speaks freely without a lawyer present, major discrepancies arise. Although there appears to be a large time-gap between someone claiming that the incident occurred "about 4:30 a.m." or "around 5:00 a.m.", these are not absolute times.
The paramedics arrived at 5:52 a.m., and Michael Schiavo claims this is "6 or 7 minutes" after he "immediately called 911" after "rushing to her side within one minute" plus the length of time it took to "roll her over" and "held her in my arms, and I'm trying to shake her up."