Terri Schiavo Schindler's brother Bobby Schindler wrote this column on June 9, disclosing facts you won't read in MSM about career killers Dr. Jack Kevorkian and Michael Schiavo's attorney, George Felos:
You have probably heard by now that Dr. Jack Kevorkian was released early from prison last week for "good behavior" after serving only eight years of his 10- to 25-year sentence following his conviction for second-degree murder.... for killing a man - by lethal injection - that had... Lou Gehrig's disease - a murder he had the audacity to videotape and release to 60 Minutes in an effort to promote the legalization of assisted suicide.
You might have even... witness[ed] the news footage of Mike Wallace of 60 Minutes warmly embracing the doctor as he left prison. Perhaps you watched the interview with Mr. Wallace that aired this past Sunday....
However, during the interview, not surprisingly, Mr. Wallace failed to mention that not only were over half of Kevorkian's 130 victims not terminally ill, but a number were suffering primarily from depression and had no serious physical ailments whatsoever. The autopsies performed on his patients exposed this disturbing truth.
Even more alarming, however, is that no one ever mentions Kevorkian's very real and very troubling fixation with death....
I saw the same treatment given to Michael Schiavo's attorney, George Felos, during the battle to save my sister....
While the secular media constantly scrutinized the attorneys representing my parents as coming from the mold of the "religious right," Felos was given a free pass in spite of his activism on behalf of euthanasia and some very real and alarming obsessions with death he shares with Kevorkian....
[P]eople... need only look at these disturbed individuals who are actively promoting [assisted suicide] to realize this is not the answer. When you compare an article written by Jeff Hooton regarding Jack Kevorkian with some of what George Felos has written in his own book (as taken from the article "Portrait of a Spiritual Killer" by Ben Wiker) you can begin to understand that these two appear to have a ghastly love affair with death.
Kevorkian carried around a camera while he was a medical resident to photograph patients' eyes at the moment of death and would experiment with transfusing blood from corpses into live patients. Felos admitted he could "speak" to the incognizant via his stomach, which he referred to as "soul speak," and also assured one of his clients it was "OK to leave your body and die now."
Kevorkian, who considers himself an accomplished artist, would mix cadaver blood with his own, using it to paint the frame for one of his works. He produced several paintings filled with detached organs and severed heads. Felos admitted to having visions of "the side of his throat cut and blood gushing from his carotid artery" and watching his "hot red blood darken" on the floor.
Kevorkian said that carbon monoxide gives a corpse a "lovely glow".... Felos told the world that Terri "looked beautiful" and that he had "never seen such a look of peace and beauty upon her" as she lay dying of dehydration. How can anyone turn a blind eye to such a ghoulish and offensive comment, knowing full well that someone who has gone without food or water for almost two weeks looks about as "beautiful" as a victim of Auschwitz?
Instead of the media insisting that these two are acting out of "compassion" for those who are "asking" to be killed, perhaps they should be investigating their bizarre writings and beliefs in the same way they did supporters of Terri's life....
The news show Frontline published the following artwork by Kevorkian. You can read Kevorkian's description of his pieces by clicking on the titles.
The Gourmet (War)
Nearer My God to Thee
Very Still Life