Dear KatieDear Brunhile and Daughter and Germain and Brucie and CraigC, to name just a few of the people who watched and commented on the programme.
I empathise with some of your posts today, and I was as disturbed as many by the Panorama Programme last night. As I have already said, I have many questions to ask about it. Many of which I have posted earlier today, and Nigel responded to some of my concerns.
But I have only just read Brunhilde's post and link, and I now have even more questions to ask.
As we all know, and that is why we are all here, seeking assistance (though, Goodness Knows Why We should all have to go to such lengths is beyond me) to question the care being handed down to our loved ones, is difficult, time-consuming and exhausting, so I fear I may have to leave this one to someone like Sue38 to whom we already have replied on some other matter, so hopefully she will read this some time and give us a response.
I feel desperately saddened that such an important issue may just have been trivialised by Panorama, by not including important and relevant facts. Anyone who has ever thought about the content of any television programme may perhaps by now have worked out, that it is not what is INCLUDED in the programme, but THAT WHICH IS NOT INCLUDED IN THE PROGRAMME that may hold the clue to our understanding of the motives behind the programme.
I would love now to know which Company made that programme so that I can ask direct questions, which the BBC Panorama lot may not be able to answer. OVER TO YOU, SUE38. You may know how to do that, I would not.
Deeply Saddened Katie, because I don't know where I should place my trust any more!
My heart and soul goes out to you and all others moved by this.
I am suffering deep from seeing my Father on TV when he is dead.
I want his soul and spirit to rest in peace.
It is painful to all who value their loved ones.
I have participated a little today, but am weak from sadness. It does not go way easily. Those that really understand and and care know.