Jordan Hall, left, and Sterling Sevcov hold huge styrofoam spoons as they protest in front of Terri Schiavo's hospice Sunday, March 20, 2005. They came from Texas to be here. Protestors gathered outside the Woodside Hospice Sunday, March 20, 2005 to pray and plead for brain-damaged Terri Schiavo, a 41-year-old woman incapacitated for 15 years, whose feeding tube was disconnected Friday by court order.
Jordan Hall, left, and Sterling Sevcov hold huge styrofoam spoons as they protest in front of Terri Schiavo's hospice Sunday, March 20, 2005. They came from Texas to be here. Protestors gathered outside the Woodside Hospice Sunday, March 20, 2005 to pray and plead for brain-damaged Terri Schiavo, a 41-year-old woman incapacitated for 15 years, whose feeding tube was disconnected Friday by court order. Chuck Fadely Miami Herald Staff
Jordan Hall, left, and Sterling Sevcov hold huge styrofoam spoons as they protest in front of Terri Schiavo's hospice Sunday, March 20, 2005. They came from Texas to be here. Protestors gathered outside the Woodside Hospice Sunday, March 20, 2005 to pray and plead for brain-damaged Terri Schiavo, a 41-year-old woman incapacitated for 15 years, whose feeding tube was disconnected Friday by court order. Chuck Fadely Miami Herald Staff

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