Is there blood on the hands of George Greer too, the Pinellas County court judge who doggedly refused to allow any new medical tests for the brain injured Terri Schindler Schiavo and ignored the Vatican, Congress, White House and U.S. Marshals to insure that disabled woman die?
It's doubtful that he'll have any conscience attack, he's too busy making jokes about her death as his takes his ghoulish show on the road along with all the Schiavo principals but yet he claims how unbiased he was and impartial while following the rule of law--Greer's law.
Terri on the road to recovery before the second stage began.
One more person to watch, maybe, a proponent of the "right to
Colby, who will speak today in Lakeland, uses last year's showdown over Schiavo as a starting point for his just-published book "Unplugged: Reclaiming Our Right To Die in America." He served as lead attorney on the only right-to-die case ever to reach the U.S. Supreme Court.
Excellent point! Of course it would never occur to her loving husband or to Judas Greer, who were 100% focused on killing her.
How dare Charlie Crist say that crime is down. Florida murderers are outsourcing to other states!
CLEMSON MURDERER FROM TAMPA (no surprise). The criminal and civil justice system in Florida is broken which we already knew.
Will Crist make a statement? Shucks no. He'll defer.
That sounds promising. Terri could have perhaps benefitted from this drug. I say perhaps, because I don't believe she was truly PVS, just neglected. It wouldn't have hurt to try, in a more just world. This could mean a world of difference to so many people.
As for Greer, he doesn't appear to have a conscience. Imo, and I'm pretty rusty on Shakespeare, Lady MacBeth's conscience was haunting her for her evil deeds. It is unheard of, at least to me, for a judge to comment on a case he presided over. To make jokes about it, is cause to kick his ass off the bench.