Skip to comments.George Felos'reveals the sick thought process of the attorney who is killing Terri Schiavo
Posted on 01/30/2005 3:08:43 PM PST by amdgmary
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I don't know. I can try and check that off and on during the day unless someone else wants to go for it first. You can also check political action committee contributions as well. That probably would be an eye opener as well.
Oh my gosh!
Felos mother backed over his father?
Felos' mother backed over his father. Yes, in their driveway. I don't know the date. This is on another thread. MAYBE TERRI IS PAYING FOR WHAT MOM DID...
Thing is, the deaths he's responsible for come with the courts blessing and authorization! They're as crazy as he is!
Remember the expert was jovial and said "If you don't like someone, make sure you write it down. ha ha ha."
So, if you don't put on a post-it note that you don't like MICHAEL SCHIAVO, you better write it down or a little bug of an attorney WILL FIND A JUDGE WHO WILL ORDER YOU TO BE STARVED UNTIL DEAD.
Hope you can find it, the thread wouldn't be complete without it!!
Won't it be a relief and pleasant when Terri's safe and we won't have to think about murder all the time?
His feelings about feeding tubes: "Why not bypass the nursing home and the court, bring your loved one home, and pull the tube yourself? At approximately $2,000 per month per patient for the priviledge of basic nursing home resident, feeding tubes indeed were a financial windfall in Florida to the probably tune of tens of millions of dollars per year."
Speaking of another attorney: "...this other attorney is of low moral character, a real slime."
yes he did
It would be good if several could get involved in checking stuff there, just to see where the money goes. There is a 'healthcare' pac, and also attorneys have a pac. I'll be here off and on but not sure how much time I can devote to searching today.
Thanks for the ping. Insightful.
The story appeared in the St. Pete Times in August 1995. "James G. Felos died in a heart-wrenching way: as the result of an accident in his own driveway, under the wheels of his wife's car."
We can divide up the list. Just freepmail me which part you are doing and there's no rush. Just curious about Lisa Greene or anyone from the St. Pete Times staff. Remember their subscription telemarketer called me to re-up this past Saturday and she said "I THINK SHE SHOULD BE KILLED." The St. Pete Times is buying into this culture of death stuff.
I just have to add his other book quotes here:
35. "On pages 181-182 of his book, Felos claims that merely by visualizing a plane crash during a flight he was taking back to Florida, he caused the plane to crash, and that God spoke to him at that moment to warn him: 'Be careful what you think. You are more powerful than you realize.' I was startled, humbled, and blessed by God's admoninition.'"
and his Star Trek quote:
"While standing in the house with the realtor, I knew I would live there, as improbable as the circumstances made it seem. Believing that something will happen is not foresight. Rather, it is the actual experience in the present of something that will occur in the future. The paradox with this form of intuition is that the future is no longer the future because it becomes for that moment the present. When I entered that house for the first time, I knew I would live there because, through foresight, I realized I was already living there.
Most times this "knowing" for me is sensed as a feeling. Sometimes I hear it, and sometimes I see it. This is not to say that I go around every day intuiting tomorrow's events. I'm stuck in my head a good portion of the time, like most of us in our mentally over-developed culture. This means that most of our energy is tied up intellectually, engaged in thought and reacting to thought. And much of the time our reactive thought process drives our emotions. How we feel depends upon whether we happen to be attracted to, averse to or indifferent to what we are thinking.
Intuition does not lie in the rational mind. Sometimes it is "seen" through other centers of the body, such as the heart or solar plexus. Everybody has had that "gut feeling." For me, the experience of intuition through sight is like seeing two different realities at the same time. To use a Star Trek analogy, it's dimensionally multi-phasic. (I wondered whether I could write this book without referring to Star Trek, and didn't get past page three!)
The crew of the Enterprise, beset in one episode by all types of strange maladies, discovered that they were infected by invisible parasitic creatures attached to their bodies. The creatures were unseeable because they existed in another phasic dimension. They occupied the same space and time, but at a different vibrational level. With the benefit of a hand-held "multi-phasic viewing device" constructed by our heroes, they could press a button and observe the creatures on their skin. Release the button and they were gone. Intuitive seeing is somewhat like that for me. A transparent image exists and is there, and then it's not. While extremely subtle, it is also undeniably real."
Felos' thinks he can predict the future.
...and he lied when he said Terri's mom suggested he do this.
"Attorney: What did you do with her cats?
Michael: Her cats were put to sleep on the advice of my mother-in-law."
The veterinarian who euthanized Terris pets came forward to say there was never any suggestion from Terris mother that this be done, and that it was done only at Michael Schiavos insistence.
Thanks for the information. Yeesh. Betcha the murder-is-mercy Freepers are celebrating those two poor kitties' demise.
Excuse me, I'm going to give my cats a hug. :-(
And is it really true about Felos's mother backing over her father?
My God, he is one step removed from the psychological profile of a serial killer.
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