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March 9, 2005

George Greer Will Kill Terry Schiavo

Topics: Terri Schiavo's Life Counts

George Greer ordered the killing of Terry Schiavo begin on March 18th. Terry Schiavo will suffer a very painful starvation death. George Greer decides death. He denied six motions without access to hearing. George gets to kill Terry because he is a judge. This judge's bloody hands make every official and citizen in Florida a Pontius Pilate. 

 

Judge George Greer will kill Terry Schiavo as his exercise of "choice.". The law didn't demand her death for a crime. A jury of her peers didn't condemn her to capital punishment for committing a heinous wrong. A circuit judge finds her family's pitiful appeal for her life tiresome.  He orders her to die. Her life is inconvenient, perhaps incriminating for her husband, now that he has another woman and two kids. He won't divorce her and give her parents custody as they beg for her life. They offered him all the insurance money, but Michael wants her dead. It's his choice, adult abortion, and a pro-choice judge will oblige.

Posted by Hyscience at March 9, 2005 6:39 PM

This is a battle for the soul of the country.

If this animal succeeds in using the courts to murder an innocent and beautiful girl. Then we have no courts, we have no laws, and our nation is finished.

I know that sounds overly dramatic, but I stand by what I said. The reality is that it is not the pig Schiavo who is killing her, it isn't even the beast Greer who is doing it. It is our Laws which are murdering her.

If our Laws murder her, than it is our Nation which is the murderer. And let me remind you all, WE are the Nation. If We want to, we can stop this. Period.

If you don't like what I'm saying then stop the murder!

-ron

Posted by: ronny abraham at March 10, 2005 1:50 AM

It is not just the American nation that this affects. It is all of us who are internationals.

Time is running out and it seems that George Greer is so stubborn that he will not back away from his culture of death.

We have to continue to fight against this injustice because the people responsible do not want to stop at the death of Terri.

Maggie

Posted by: Maggie at March 10, 2005 2:58 AM

Judge Greer obviously has some sort of hidden agenda to this. Something's definitely fishy.

Posted by: Sirena at March 10, 2005 12:07 PM

I agree with Sirena that there is a hidden agenda and something is extremely rotten in the state of Florida. One feels powerless to halt the insanity transpiring before our eyes, but I also believe that the perpertrators will face their day of judgement, and I would not want to be in their skins. We MUST continue to fight and pray for the only possible outcome - life for an innocent, totally helpless victim of the courts.

Posted by: Renate Young at March 10, 2005 1:19 PM

Greer is in too deep. That is the agenda. If he reversed the order and Terri received the therapy and rehabilitation she needs, we all know damn well she will improve, possibly begin talking and at the very least become even more engaged than she is now. It is in his best interest to kill her, as he knows if he doesn't she will be a powerful testiment to his refusal to be honest about her condition. The world will see him as an almost murderer.

With the help of the mainstream media, most people think Terri is this comatose ventilator dependent vegetable, that her parents are interfering out of some misguided parental notion and that Terri would be better off dead. Greer is benefitting from this misapprehension.

Posted by: Eleise at March 11, 2005 11:42 PM

Judge Greer is not a murderer or killer. He is an ethical judge who is not bowing to death threats from 'right to lifers'.

I have wondered what these supposed 'right to lifers' mean by 'right to life' -- just the life they deem worthy of saving?

Judge Greer is obligated to follow the law. That is what he is doing.

Posted by: Mol at March 17, 2005 3:03 AM

Maybe our prayers are being heard i just found out that sapena`s for terry and others is being given so terry can be heard in future this will allow her feeding tube to remain so keep praying for her

Posted by: Tari DeMario at March 18, 2005 11:36 AM

Maybe our prayers are being heard i just found out that sapena`s for terry and others is being given so terry can be heard in future this will allow her feeding tube to remain so keep praying for her

Posted by: Tari DeMario at March 18, 2005 11:37 AM

Can you believe all of this? What is next Old People or maybe brain damaged children. Gaurdians
have a right to quit feeding them. Those old people sure get in the way and those babies what an
inconvience they are. I am so angry. What do you have to do to be considered alive. Infants can't talk and some are born without the ablity to swallow heck lets just rid ourselves of them.

Lord please help terri through this if we have no choice please take the pain from her let her feel your love and spirit surround her. In the Name of JESUS we ask.

Posted by: michelle at March 18, 2005 8:31 PM

"Judge Greer is obligated to follow the law. That is what he is doing."

Hardly. He is obligated to ENFORCE and UPHOLD the law and as such feels he is above it. He is even in a position to INTERPRIT the law to fit his intentions. Fortunately for Michael Schiavo the only law in the state regarding treatment of "invalids" is vague at best and gives Judge Greer all the breathing room he needs. Not once has any of this been taken before a JURY. NOT ONCE. Judge Greer has the power to save her and has gone as far as to threaten both Governor and President Bush not to intervene. Threatening the President? Can you say abuse of power?

Posted by: oDannyboy at March 26, 2005 10:43 AM

This is just another example of the end of democracy, and the third branch of the government abusing its authority. Maybe the judge ethical, and he is doing what he thinks is correct (after all, most of us believe that someone can willingly refuse food and water, and maybe this is what the judge actually believes is true). However, it doesn't matter.

The problem actually is that the judge thinks he can do whatever he thinks is right. This is what people like Eleise don't seem to want to understand. The power of judges is not suppose to overrule the wishes of the legislatures unless they CLEARY VIOLATE THE LAW. That didn't happen here. This is just another example of the fascist judiciary thinking it can decide everything. Hey, people like Eleise, due to the education people receive these days, think that is what the judiciary is suppose to do.

So who you should really blame for the death is the Florida legislature and governor for not standing up to the fascists run amog and do something. I do not think any prayers will save her, unless, of course, this is somehow a "test" for the members of these other two branches of government (and they respond in the right manner to such).

As an aside, our republican form of democracy is over. It has been replaced by a basterized version of Plato's Republic's Philosopher Kings (except we use sophmoric judges).

Posted by: John at March 26, 2005 1:17 PM

The judge got some money from Michael's attorney too. Would it be a conflict of interests, besides the fact that Michael committed adultery while Terri was so helpless? Is it ok in this country to have two wivess?

Posted by: Matt at March 27, 2005 7:29 PM

I have very mixed feelings about this case. On one hand I can sympathize with Terri's husband,I know that it must be difficult to keep watching her live that way day after day, however I keep asking myself why he can't just put her care in her parents hands, release all rights to her and move on.Why now, does he want her to die? I really have a problem with the idea that on Sunday mornings in my area we have the Save The Children program on TV begging to help feed the starving children of the world because it is so wrong to let them die like that but yet here in America we go to the highest courts of our country to legally starve someone to death. Isn't that what is going on? I can't begin to imagine the pain Terri's parents feel. I'm not sure what kind of decision I could make if this was my child. Again I keep asking myself why is it right to feed some starving children and not others? There are a lot of people who are in worse shape than Terri,are we going to put them on death row too?

Posted by: k.campbell at March 28, 2005 7:47 PM

This is dangerous territory. What factors, medical, scientifically verifiable, are use to determine that Terri is not a sentient, cognizant being, although impaired? Besides the vagueness of her publically declared 'vegetative state', what set of conditions determines who is discardable? We have indeed become barbarians. What other nation publicly starves a person to death? And we're sitting here watching this. I've totally lost any respect for our illustrious leaders.

Posted by: d dunham at March 29, 2005 12:39 AM

The prevailing law in this case should be our constitutional guarantees of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. How did the judiciary screw this one up? How did they twist this to mean that Michael's liberty trumps Terri's life? Impeach the judge. Go to petitionsonline.com and impeach this and any other extra-legal blackrobians.

Posted by: Cliff at March 30, 2005 9:07 PM



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