I think it is wrong that Marlise Muñoz is being kept on life support when her family says doctors have declared her brain-dead.
Regardless of her pregnancy, which was in an early state, her wishes to not be kept “alive” should have been respected. I wish she would have put that in writing; her legal case might have been stronger.
In addition, I think it is rather interesting that one of John Peter Smith’s hired outside lawyers, Neal Adams, is an active member of the pro-life movement.
Surely there are lawyers in Tarrant County with no open affiliation to either pro-life or pro-choice organizations and enough expertise in common litigation issues involving hospitals.
I wonder if such a lawyer might interpret Texas’ law differently and grant Marlise’s wish. I would hope so.
— Lorraine Levine, Arlington