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Clip 1: Terri and her Mother
Terri is shown reacting to her mother's affection with a glowing smile.
Terri's Fight For Life: The Video Clips They Tried to Censor

Terri was 26 years old when she suffered brain damage from a sudden collapse.  Terri receives her food and water by means of a feeding tube. Terri's other bodily functions are physically stable. Terri smiles, laughs and cries. Terri recognizes voices and responds. At times, she vocalizes sounds, trying in her best way to speak. Terri is not a brain dead vegetable as characterized by her husband and legal guardian, Michael Schiavo nor a houseplant as implied by his attorney.  Terri is not on a respirator or any artificial life support. She is a living human being and needs to be granted an opportunity to recover. Terri has not had any progressive rehabilitation or arousal therapy in more than ten years.

The following video clips, some of which Terri's family were ordered by the judge not to release, prove that Terri is not in a vegetative state. For the latest updates on her case please visit

Clip 2: Big Eyes
During an examination, the doctor asks Terri to open her eyes wide. She opens her eyes, turns her head and raises her eyebrows in response.

Clip 3: Music
Terri's parents play piano music for her and Terri listens and laughs.

Clip 4: Balloon
During an examination, Terri is asked to track a balloon with her eyes. She does and the Dr. SAYS "You see that, don't you!" During his testimony, however, he called Terri "totally unresponsive".

Clip 5: Swab
During an examination, Terri shows CLEAR annoyance with being tickled with a cotton swab.

Clip 6: How's Your Cold?
Terri is seen lying quietly until her mother is in view. Terri's eyebrows pop up, she smiles broadly at her mother and she vocalizes when her mother asks her how she is feeling.