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  • Mercy Kissing Justice: A Tale of Two Judges

    06/13/2005 2:41:34 AM PDT · by njackson22 · 9 replies · 343+ views
    Reform America ^ | 4/4/05 | Nick Jackson
    I believe that Terri Schiavo would be alive today and living with her parents had she not lived in Florida. I believe that if she lived in Richland County in Ohio, she would not have been cruelly executed by court order to starve to death. Am I implying that there is something special about Ohio that could have changed the outcome? I am most certainly not. I am implying that had Terri lived in a different location and been under the jurisdiction of another judicial system, with different judges, the outcome may have been very different.
  • 11th Circuit Court Rejects Schiavo Appeal

    03/30/2005 12:25:05 PM PST · by jpsb · 622 replies · 16,062+ views
    ABC ^ | Mar 30, 2005 | RON WORD Associated Press Writer
  • Florida lawmaker says he will consider impeaching Schiavo Judge Greer

    03/30/2005 10:09:34 AM PST · by churchillbuff · 159 replies · 4,669+ views
    Salt Lake Trib/Cox News ^ | March 30 05 | Dara Kam
    TALLAHASSEE, Fla. - The state House Judiciary Committee chairman said Tuesday he will consider starting an impeachment investigation of the state judge in the Terri Schiavo case, but said he thought it unlikely that the judge would be impeached. Christian conservatives and advocates of the disabled have launched an Internet campaign and collected more than 28,000 electronic signatures in favor of impeaching Pinellas County Circuit Judge George Greer, who has presided for seven years over the legal battle between Schiavo's husband, Michael Schiavo, and her parents, Bob and Mary Schindler. Greer allowed Michael Schiavo to have her nutrition and hydration...
  • Attorney: Michael Schiavo Looks 'Peaceful, Euphoric'

    03/29/2005 7:44:28 AM PST · by pookie18 · 42 replies · 1,495+ views
    Scrapple Face ^ | 3/29/05 | Scott Ott
    Attorney George Felos today said that his client, Michael Schiavo, entered the 11th day of depriving his wife of food and water looking peaceful and "as beautiful as I've seen him in years." "Death by dehydration is not the awful specter that so-called 'pro-lifers' have portrayed it to be," said Mr. Felos as he stood outside of Terri Schiavo's Florida hospice. "I was actually in the room with the Schiavos. Michael looked very peaceful. He looked calm. I saw no evidence of any bodily discomfort whatsoever, even though he's not receiving morphine." "As Terri gets closer to death," Mr. Felos...
  • Jessie Jackson Going Schiavo Hospice At Family's Invitation! (TV camera = Jessie Jackson)

    03/28/2005 8:08:43 PM PST · by MindBender26 · 351 replies · 8,412+ views
    WFTV - Orlando | Live shot from Pinellas Park
    Steve Barrett reporting that "The Reverend Jessie Jackson has accepted the family's invitation to join the demonstrators outside the hospice where Terri is dying." 1. Is this turning into way too much of a circus? 2. Want to bet the race-baiting poverty pimp invited himself?
  • Meet Judge Greer's pastor

    03/28/2005 11:46:30 PM PST · by gr8eman · 59 replies · 1,736+ views
    WND ^ | March 29, 2005 | Joseph Farah
    I am convinced God uses trials like the Terri Schiavo case to test men. Pinellas County Circuit Court Judge George Greer was tested – and found wanting. He had seven years to consider this case and got it wrong every time. I don't know Greer personally, but I know many people like him. They go to church on Sunday and then between Monday and Friday lead lives with no seeming connection to what they hear preached in the pulpit, what they read in the Bible, what they claim to believe of the Christian faith. This may be the biggest single...
  • Why did Judge Greer Disallow all of the Evidence?

    03/28/2005 10:40:43 PM PST · by TeleStraightShooter · 34 replies · 986+ views
    2005.3.28 | telestraightshooter
    I am looking for a source that explains why Judge Greer disallowed all of the evidence presented to contradict Micheal Schivo's claim about "Terri's wish". From what I gather, since no evidence was admitted to the contrary, Micheal Shivo's claim about "Terri's wish" was technically unchallenged. Judge Greer's own words would be nice.
  • Murder on the Installment Plan - 15 Yrs to Kill Terri Schindler (/schiavo) = Collecting Evidence

    03/28/2005 5:29:40 AM PST · by Golden Gate · 19 replies · 1,208+ views | March 28, 2005 | Golden Gate
    Murder on the Installment Plan: 15 Yrs to Kill Terri Schindler (/schiavo) = Collecting the Evidence & Developing the Case Against Michael Schiavo, George Felos, and Judge Greer, et al... To Start Collecting the Evidence, we can start with these:  Think Terry's Fight does not affect, or apply, to you? Think again. Got a recessive gene? Old parent or spouse? Handicapped child? At what point do they become "a useless Eater"-- like Terry?   All you geezers that moved to Florida for low taxes & mild weather? You're next...   Just as the Pope predicted, we have become a Cult of...
  • Judge admits mistake, refuses to reverse findings on Terri Schiavo

    03/23/2005 8:34:30 PM PST · by cabalofdom · 194 replies · 4,974+ views
    Tampa Bay's Channel 10 News ^ | March 23 2005 | Dave Bohman
    Clearwater, Florida - Judge George Greer admits there was an error in fact in the 2000 trial that established Terri Schiavo;s "right to die." When a family friend claimed a 19-year-old Terri was upset that right to die icon Karen Ann Quinlan's parents removed her from life support, the Judge discounted the testimony, reportedly because the Judge said Quinlan died in 1976. Quinlan was taken off life support in 1976, but died in 1985. A technical error, yes. But Wednesday afternoon, Judge Greer ruled it was not enough to affect the outcome of the 2000 lawsuit that held Terri would...
  • Judge Forced Into Schiavo Spotlight

    03/28/2005 2:12:31 AM PST · by tessalu · 118 replies · 3,440+ views
    Fox News ^ | March 27, 2005 | staff
    CLEARWATER, Fla. — Death threats have been made against him for allowing Michael Schiavo to remove the feeding tube that has kept his 41-year-old wife alive for the past 15 years, and the Southern Baptist (search) church that Greer belonged to for years has asked him to leave the congregation. This past week, he parted ways with his Southern Baptist church, which had advocated keeping Terri Schiavo alive, after his pastor suggested it would be better if he left. "You must know that in all likelihood it is this case which will define your career and this case that you...
  • Injury Report Prompted Schiavo Cremation Plans

    03/28/2005 1:26:35 AM PST · by beyond the sea · 367 replies · 9,705+ views
    Newsmax ^ | 3/28/05 | unknown
    Michael Schiavo decided to have his wife's body cremated after her parents' lawyers obtained medical records showing she had sustained broken bones, a nurse who cared for Terri Schiavo is now claiming. "He wanted her cremated after the bone fractures and dislocations were found," nurse Carla Sauer Iyer, who cared for Terri in the mid-1990s while she was at the Palm Gardens Convalescent Center, told ABC Radio host Sean Hannity on Friday. "He immediately went to court and [said he] wanted her body cremated at that time," she said, "after we got hold of the records that proved there were...
  • Greer Got Donation From Mike Schiavo's Lawyer (Word is spreading)

    03/26/2005 6:09:37 AM PST · by ArmyBratproud · 51 replies · 1,825+ views ^ | March 25, 2005
    The Center for Reclaiming America, an organization backed by the Rev. D. James Kennedy, reported that a serious conflict of interest may exist for the Florida state judge who is ruling on the Terri Schiavo case. The report from the center follows: As if the circumstances surrounding Terri Schiavo could not get any more suspicious, the Center for Reclaiming America has uncovered evidence that Pinellas-Pasco County Circuit Judge George W. Greer accepted a campaign contribution from the law firm of Michael Schiavo’s attorney only one day after "Terri’s Law" was declared unconstitutional by a Pinellas county court. This appears to...
  • Jeb must act NOW, and he can, says Keyes (Also with JOSEPH FARAH)

    03/26/2005 5:48:13 AM PST · by · 182 replies · 2,158+ views
    Home Site  -  Keyes Archives  -  Forum  -  Message Board  -  One Nation Under God  -  Grassroots Handbook Jeb must act NOW, and he can, says KeyesGovernor has 'supreme executive power' March 25, 2005 RenewAmerica staff Thursday, Alan Keyes appeared on MSNBC's Scarborough Country with Joe Scarborough, and on Joseph Farah's national radio show, and declared that Gov. Jeb Bush not only possesses the "supreme executive authority in the state," but must act now to save Terri Schiavo. When asked if Gov. Bush has done enough to help the disabled woman, Keyes said, "Of course not. He hasn't done anything. She is being starved to death!" Keyes made it clear on...
  • Judge George W. Greer’s déjà vu

    03/24/2005 11:49:38 AM PST · by MikeEdwards · 35 replies · 954+ views
    CFP ^ | March 23, 2005 | Judi McLeod
    When it comes to the protection of physically endangered women, Pinellas-Pasco Circuit Judge George W. Greer rates a zero. Long before finding himself at the epicenter of the Terri Schiavo tempest, Greer was on the wrong kind of the headlines. In 1998, Greer denied an injunction for a wife seeking protection from her husband. In the paperwork presented, the august Greer noted that the woman had not listed any acts of violence by the man. The injunction was denied. Within days, the husband stabbed the woman to death. The members of any women’s’ shelter would attest that sometimes desperation, sheer...
  • Circuit Judge George Greer biography

    03/25/2005 11:13:10 PM PST · by FR_addict · 65 replies · 9,428+ views ^ | March 25, 2005 | Declaration Alliance legal counsel
    George Greer is a 63-year-old probate judge of the circuit that covers Pinellas and Pasco Counties west of Tampa Bay. He was born in Brooklyn in 1942, and his parents moved the family to Dunedin, FL in the Tampa Bay area just after World War II (St. Pete Times, 3/18/05) Greer attended Largo High School in Clearwater, FL, and was cited for hunting without a license in 1959, when he was eighteen, and for underage drinking in 1962. Greer attended junior college in St. Petersburg for two and one half years, and then went to Florida State University in 1962....
  • Gov. Bush Cancels Appearance at Good Friday Service for Fear of Facing Schiavo Supporters

    03/26/2005 2:27:35 AM PST · by · 158 replies · 2,557+ views
        Christian Communication    Network A Media Relations ServiceSince 19892020 Pennsylvania Ave. NWWashington, DC 20006(202) 546-0054     Search entire web Search this website   Gov. Bush Cancels Appearance at Good Friday Service for Fear of Facing Schiavo SupportersTo: National DeskContact: Rev. Patrick Mahoney of the Christian Defense Coalition, 202-547-1735, 540-538-4741 cellTALLAHASSEE, Fl., March 25 /Christian Wire Service/ -- Governor Jeb Bush was scheduled to attend and participate in an outdoor Good Friday service at 12:30 pm, at Florida State University.  According to event organizers, the Governor canceled at the last minute.As part of this event Jeb Bush would have publicly...
  • Shiavo-Judge George W. Greer and what can be done about him by the Florida Constitution

    03/24/2005 3:39:26 PM PST · by pulaskibush · 120 replies · 2,949+ views
    me | 3/25/05 | me
    So far, it appears Judge Greer has been given the power to let Michael Shiavo starve Terri Shiavo to death. Here are some links about Greer: This is a petition to remove Greer. As for what can be done for Terri, here is the Florida Constitution: Here's what Governor Jeb Bush can do under the Florida Constitution. ARTICLE IV EXECUTIVE (a) The supreme executive power shall be vested in a governor, who shall be commander-in-chief of all military forces of the state not in active service of the United States. The governor...
  • Terri Schiavo is not Brain Dead

    03/20/2005 7:16:24 PM PST · by Coastal · 144 replies · 4,022+ views
    The National Ledger ^ | March 20, 2005 | Lee Kent Hempfling
    Words are so easy to use. Words mean things. Words are also easily used, especially when the right words elude. In Florida, Terri Schiavo is now waiting to die. Does she know it? You can be assured she does. Can she speak about it? No. Does that mean she is in a 'vegetative state'? NO! But what is a 'vegetative state'? According to Dr. Jeffrey Frank, director of neurological and neurosurgical intensive care at the University of Chicago, "A person in a vegetative state is 'awake but not aware,'... 'Though reflexes may cause them to turn toward a sound, gaze...
  • Outside View: Grim reaper in a black robe

    03/19/2005 4:51:04 PM PST · by hope · 56 replies · 1,744+ views
    Washington Times ^ | 3-18-05 | By Horace Cooper
    Washington, DC, Mar. 18 (UPI) -- Terri Schiavo has been sentenced to death -- a painful gruesome death. It is a death no human should have to endure, a death by starvation. Schiavo's not in North Korea, Syria or Iran; she's in Florida. Her crime -- she wound up in a persistent vegetative state and under the jurisdiction of Judge George Greer's court.
  • DeLay Pledges Contempt Charge for Terri Judge

    03/18/2005 4:32:07 PM PST · by Tumbleweed_Connection · 1,092 replies · 17,509+ views
    NewsMax ^ | 3/18/05 | Limbacher
    House Majority Leader Tom DeLay pledged Friday to hold Florida state judge George Greer in contempt of Congress for ignoring a congressional subpoena for Terri Schiavo's testimony, saying, "No little judge sitting in a state district court in Florida is going to usurp the authority of Congress." "The Congress will pursue this, if we have to hold him in contempt of Congress," DeLay told radio host Sean Hannity. Pressed on whether he intended to hold Judge Greer in contempt, the top Republican told Hannity: "Absolutely, absolutely." "We will do everything to enforce the power and authority of the Congress and...