Skip to comments.Portrait of a Spiritual Killer: George Felos, in His Own Words
Posted on 07/05/2005 6:18:13 PM PDT by Aussie Dasher
I dont believe I have some kind of extraordinary spiritual sense, but something alerted me the very first time I saw George Felos, the lawyer responsible for killing Terri Schiavo: Something is deeply wrong with this man. Very deep, and very wrong.
I had no such spiritual warning on the radar in viewing Michael Schiavo. He looked like the kind of man who could kill his wife. And he did. On March 31, 2005, he successfully starved and dehydrated Terri Schindler Schiavo to death. Cold-blooded murder, but entirely transparent.
Michael was one of those intensely jealous, intensely violent types. In February 1990, Terri collapsed at home when oxygen was cut off to her brain. Michael claimed she had a potassium imbalance. A neurologist later testified that she had suffered a neck injury, the kind you get when someone tries to strangle you. To this day, doctors do not agree on the real cause of her collapse. Nevertheless, Michael was able to win a big medical malpractice court settlement$1.5 millionvowing he needed the money to care for his beloved and now-damaged wife. As soon as he got the money, he began to try to kill her by depriving her of all medical treatment and rehabilitation. He finally finished her off with the death-camp treatment: no food, no water.
Cold-blooded murder, sanctioned by the state of Florida, watched by millions. Horrible; but again, quite transparent. Michael wanted the money. His wife, Terri, had to die for him to get it. And so he hired a right-to-die expert, lawyer George Felos.
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Hey Dasher! Creepy post! It sounds almost like the demon posessed people in the Frank Perreti books. A truly evil man.
Good article. Thanks for the post. Felos is a freak.
NOBODY can tell me Satan is not behind all this.
Totally gave me chills! This man is one sick twisted soul. He will surely burn in hell if he doesn't turn from his murderous ways!
Nevertheless, Michael was able to win a big medical malpractice court settlement $1.5 million vowing he needed the money to care for his beloved and now-damaged wife. As soon as he got the money, he began to try to kill her by depriving her of all medical treatment and rehabilitation. He finally finished her off with the death-camp treatment: no food, no water.
Terri Schiavo was starved and dehydrated and must have looked like any one one of these Nazi victims, who were also deprived of their right to live.
Mass grave at Belsen, another Nazi death camp
|Even Terri Schiavo's body was treated with the same total lack of respect. As if there is no difference between a human being and dirt.|
EVIL. That is the only word to describe this monster, and the court system that allowed the murder before our very eyes. This was just the test case, there will be more. This article is chilling, but necessary reading.
"... sounds almost like the demon posessed people in the Frank Perreti books."
That's exactly what they are! It is a spiritual battle - life against death.
Michael and the vampire Felos came across exactly as this author describes them even on television, and some of the Fox journalists expressed their revulsion for Felos during the times he was describing poor Terri's "lovely" death.
God bless the Schindlers. Their daughter fell into the hands of monsters, and the courts and legislators mostly backed the monsters to the hilt.
As we all know, this is one sick individual. He probably was abused as a youngster (who knows how) because his fixation with death is real and his softspokenness belies a deep white-hot anger. Unless and until he gets help, he remains a dangerous monster.
BTW his writing style is puerile and pompous. But maybe that's just me.
Thanks for the ping Dasher, well worth the time to read, recommened.
Stalin was also an apostate from Holy Orthodoxy.
He's a psycho and chillingly evil. And apparently twisting the law to sate his appetite for death, death visited upon people at his whim. Kevorkian wasn't even that diabolically clever.
This comparison is an insult to convicted murderer Kevorkian, who made doubly and triply sure his victims wanted to die, and were terminal. He would not touch a case when the wish to die was hearsay from an interested party who had deserted his spousal duty, and the victim was not terminal. Yet these were circumstances of Terri's killing.
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