Here is a link that has links to videos on it. It appears to me the Terri's reactions are not random, especially in the first one where she responds to a story her father tells. Timing is everything.
Here is a quote from one of her former nurses -
In stunning testimony, one nurse, Heidi Law, a certified nursing assistant who took care of Terri when she was at Palm Gardens Nursing Home in Largo, Florida, in 1997, said that the severely disabled woman formed words such as "mommy, "momma," and most hauntingly, "help me."
"While it is true that those patients will flinch or make sounds occasionally, they don't do it as a reaction to someone on a constant basis who is taking care of them, the way I saw Terri do," claimed Law in a formal deposition. "I witnessed a priest visiting Terri a couple of times. Terri would become quiet when he prayed with her. She couldn't bow her head because of her stiff neck, but she would still try. During the prayer, she would keep her eyes closed, opening them afterward. She laughed at jokes he told her. I definitely know that Terri 'is in there.'"
The testimony, contained in affidavits provided to Spirit Daily by her family, the Schindlers, who are desperately attempting to prevent her death, contradicts widespread perceptions that Terri is a nearly brain-dead or comatose woman living in a vegetative state. In fact, by some indications the woman may have greatly improved had she been provided adequate therapy.
"I have heard her say 'mommy' from time to time, and 'momma,' and she also said 'help me' a number of times. She would frequently make noises like she was trying to talk," said Law.
Here is the link to this article - http://www.spiritdai...chiavoalert.htm
Here is a link to a page that has direct links to Heidi Law's affidavit as well as several from various MDs. There are video links here, short ones and one that is five minutes long.
This is just the tip of the iceberg. I for one after viewing these various videos and reading the affidavits have concluded that in no way is Terri dead or even a vegetable. I for one strongly disagree with starving this individual to death, every time I look at this case I feel it stronger everytime.