Lista la autopsia de Schiavo

Saturday, April 2, 2005 Posted: 10:40 AM EST (1540 GMT)
Terri Schiavo, getting a kiss from her mother in 2002, had been without food or water since March 18.
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Fight continues even after Terri Schiavo’s death.
Newly released video shows Schiavo in her hospice in 2002.
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TAMPA, Florida (AP) — The autopsy of Terri Schiavo has been completed, and the body is ready for release to her husband, who plans to cremate her remains and bury the ashes in an unspecified family plot.
Results from the autopsy, which was completed Friday, will not be released for several weeks, according to the medical examiner’s office.
Michael Schiavo has said he hopes the autopsy will settle questions about his wife’s medical condition, but experts differ on whether that will happen. He declined to comment Friday.
Terri Schiavo’s parents, Bob and Mary Schindler, and Michael Schiavo spent Friday planning separate funerals for the 41-year-old woman, who died Thursday — nearly two weeks after her feeding tube was removed.
The Schindlers have scheduled a funeral Mass for Tuesday in Gulfport. The Mass will be preceded by a gathering for people to express their condolences.
Michael Schiavo’s family has said he plans to take the cremated remains to Pennsylvania, where Terri Schiavo grew up, but her parents and siblings had wanted to bury her body in Florida so they can visit her grave.
David Gibbs, the Schindlers’ attorney, said there have been no further discussions between the two parties about the remains. The Schindlers do not plan to press the issue in court, he said.
«The court has already determined that (Michael Schiavo) will control the burial decisions,» Gibbs said.
Michael Schiavo’s brother, Scott Schiavo, had said Thursday that the Schindlers might not be informed of the burial location near Philadelphia because his family did not want to turn it into a media spectacle.
However, Michael Schiavo has been ordered by the court to disclose the location of the burial site to the family and inform them of any memorial service he plans.
Terri Schiavo had been at the center of a long legal battle over whether she would have wanted to be kept alive with the feeding tube for 15 years after suffering a devastating brain injury.
Outside the Pinellas Park hospice where Terri Schiavo lived for five years, just a few protesters returned Friday for a brief Mass as city workers took down barricades used to control the crowd. Media crews from around the country packed up their gear.

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