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Mel Gibson

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I fully support the efforts of Mr. & Mrs. Schindler to save their daughter, Terri Schiavo, from a cruel starvation. Terri's husband should sign the care of his wife over to her parents so she can be properly cared for.
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Gibson lending his support to Terri Schiavo, telling Terri's father that he supported his family's efforts to save his daughter's life.

 
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