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March 19, 2005

What's REALLY Driving the Death Train for Terri! EXPLOSIVE Revelations About Judge Greer and Pinellas County "Guardians!"

Topics: Terri Schiavo's Life Counts

"If you had found a way to steal thousands of dollars from wealthy elderly, where would you find the most victims? Yes, Florida is the first state that comes to my mind."

Sherri at Straight Up With Sherri seems to be saying that she never bought into the "right to die" issue being the real impetus behind the "cause." She believes it to be as much spin as the term "reproductive rights" is for abortion. "Right to die" is spin, but spin for what? She says that while she knew evil exists and admits that, like most of us, she can't understand the rational of being in favor of killing people, she felt there just had to be more than a pro-death "belief."

According to Sherri, she thinks that she has found what is behind this "belief," and it doesn't have anything to do with "death with dignity." You are going to be shocked at what she found, and it has a lot to do with the Pinellas county court system, and especially, Judge George Greer. Read more ...

Hat tip - BlogsForTerri

Posted by Hyscience at March 19, 2005 12:40 AM

There is word moving about that Terri today actually spoke: http://straightupwsherri.blogspot.com/2005/03/terri-speaks.html
Have you heard anything about this?

Posted by: Ma r t i n @ b l o g b a t at March 19, 2005 2:21 AM

I had a look at the information that is provided and it looks like that Florida is probably the worst offender on the issue, especially Pinellas County.

After reading what was reported on the site, I feel as though I have a new insight into the allegations that have been going back and forth between Schiavo and the Schindlers. It seems that once George Greer has appointed someone as guardian there is little or no chance of having that decision reversed.

There seems to be a real stench here, I suspect that someone is getting a kickback from activities of the guardians. This is not a pretty story.

What is very disturbing therefore, is that Michael Schiavo had gone immediately to see a lawyer to get the guardianship of his wife at the expense of her parents.

Once again, something is not right about this case and it is not good at all.

On another note, and I will cover it on my own blog, I have had a personal family experience on this issue. It involved my grandmother, and it was my cousin who managed to get the power of attorney (Australia) for her property etc. as opposed to that power being held by the daughters and son. The article invoked a memory response because my cousin had my grandmother placed in a nursing home where she was given little in the way of stimulation. My grandmother was almost 99 when she passed away.

Maggie

Posted by: Maggie at March 19, 2005 3:09 AM

I had a look at the information that is provided and it looks like that Florida is probably the worst offender on the issue, especially Pinellas County.

After reading what was reported on the site, I feel as though I have a new insight into the allegations that have been going back and forth between Schiavo and the Schindlers. It seems that once George Greer has appointed someone as guardian there is little or no chance of having that decision reversed.

There seems to be a real stench here, I suspect that someone is getting a kickback from activities of the guardians. This is not a pretty story.

What is very disturbing therefore, is that Michael Schiavo had gone immediately to see a lawyer to get the guardianship of his wife at the expense of her parents.

Once again, something is not right about this case and it is not good at all.

On another note, and I will cover it on my own blog, I have had a personal family experience on this issue. It involved my grandmother, and it was my cousin who managed to get the power of attorney (Australia) for her property etc. as opposed to that power being held by the daughters and son. The article invoked a memory response because my cousin had my grandmother placed in a nursing home where she was given little in the way of stimulation. My grandmother was almost 99 when she passed away.

Maggie

Posted by: Maggie at March 19, 2005 3:11 AM



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