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Friday, February 25, 2005
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A judge gave Terri Schiavo's husband permission to remove the brain-damaged woman's feeding tube in three weeks, handing him a victory in his effort to carry out what he says were his wife's wishes not to be kept alive artificially.
The ruling by Pinellas Circuit Court Judge George Greer will allow the husband, Michael Schiavo, to order the tube removed at 1 p.m. on March 18. In the meantime, the woman's parents, who want her kept alive, are expected to ask another court to block the order from taking effect.
(ABC News) Although this may seem like a blessing in disguise it is important to realize that March 18 is only 21 days away...
Although it is good to see that Terri has been blessed with extensions (from Wednesday, to Friday, to Friday March 18) from Judge Greer, we all must remember that her life is still endanger of being starved to death (something you probably would only see in regimes like North Korea). Unless another court intervenes this may be her last "stay."
"The court is no longer comfortable granting stays simply upon the filings of new motions," Greer wrote. "There will always be 'new' issues."
It seems that Terri's case is wearing thin on Judge Greer, who is probably under the spot light under new allegations that may open up the doorway for him to be removed. Hopefully by then DCF will have provided solid evidence outlining abuse or Terri's parents would be able to invite media (and the Governor Bush as well as real doctors) to show that Terri is fully conscious of her surroundings. Selah.
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I wonder if Judge Greer starts feeling alot of heat (maybe he already is) he'll change his position. We should all send lots of emails, letters, and phone calls.
address: George W. Greer Rm. 484, 315 Court Street
Clearwater, FL 33756
phone number: (727) 464-3933
Also, I think we should all send a donation to the Schindler family directly. Their website www.Terrisfight.org had the donation address, but the site is down.
Finally, we should contact the Diocese of St. Petersburg to demand that Bishop Lynch and local priests show solidarity with the Schindler family. I believe that the last statement about Terri's cause by Bishop Lynch was August 2003!
Diocese of St. Petersburg
Most Reverend Robert N. Lynch
P.O. Box 40200
St. Petersburg, FL 33743
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