Skip to comments.Ten Year Old, Arrested for Giving Food to Terri Schiavo, Apologizes
Posted on 09/01/2005 9:51:24 AM PDT by NYer
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FLORIDA IS ON THE SIDE OF THE CULTURE OF DEATH. Charlie rist, Judge James Whittemore, Senator Jim King, Judge George Greer, LE and former Sheriff Rice who resigned as Sheriff to become a House member so he could vote to KILL TERRI. He's given MICHAEL SCHIAVO a job at the Pinellas County Sheriff's Office. CONNECTED, HINO IS CONNECTED and Terri was murdered.
Can't vote for TOM LEE for CFO because as Senate President, he was unable to get these GOP killers to vote for Terri's life.
That's not what we were talking about. The question was whether the majority of Americans consider Judge Greer to be a criminal.
Clearly, they do not.
Only someone seriously sick and twisted would take pleasure in that.
"Way to exploit a child for a political cause - what a wonderful father...."
According to the article the father warned his son he would be arrested but the son decided to do it anyway. You think he is a lier?
Sounds like corruption to me. The US attorney in Tampa needs to investigate.
The majority of Americans agree that murder is illegal.
The majority of Americans agree that Terri was murdered.
"The law of the case is that she will die."
That is and was B.S. It is judicial tyranny. If he didn't have such powerful friends, Terri would still be alive.
It is unprecedented to kill a disabled person with a death order. You don't understand. THIS IS WHAT ADOLPH HITLER'S T-4 PROGRAM WAS ABOUT. (listen to the audio of Terri.) over and out.
You'd be amazed, and disgusted at some of the sick jokes people make about that video. Until I became involved with Terri, I didn't realize how strong the hatred is toward disabled people. There are some sick puppies out there, and some of them actually show up here.
Right, and so did Hitler and his gang of murderers. That didn't make it right. The question is always one of morality. Administering unjust and barbaric laws doesn't make one just, or moral.
Let it go.
Yep, just let it go. Like I suppose we should "let go" of prior injustices that have cost the blood of untold millions. As soon as you willingly execute one innocent person in the name of "the law", someone who has committed no crime, who stands absolutely innocent of any crime before the bar of justice and in the eyes of God, you have opened the door to a potential holocaust. Because then you no longer have a system of justice, only one of process, a machine that grinds on to serve only the needs and whims of those who have their hands on the throttle, and woe be to any who fall under it's wheels.
you don't know anything about this issue. stop pretending. goodbye.
A "no apology" apology, which is exactly what the hospice thugs deserved.
As has been demonstrated to you repeatedly, Judge Greer broke many laws in his pursuit of Terri's murder. A corrupt system is not the same thing as the law.
"He wanted to dump a glass of water down the throat of a woman in a years long coma."Yeah! Does anyone else here realize that if this boy was allowed to actually give Terri that drink, he would have drowned her, she couldn't swallow it?
Nobody in Florida will investigate this. This is the old south and a perfect place for Atty Felos to start his "social revolution" of taking people's funds by court order and then having them killed by court order. He sure found a great state and plenty of death culturists to give him comfort and aid.
I hate to bust your bubble, but it's worse than you think. You seem to be under the impression that he and many others oppose us because they just don't know the facts. It's worse than that. They do know the facts. They know Terri was murdered.
Interesting choice of words. I can believe that a 10 year old, perhaps not fully understanding the nature of a coma, would want to offer a glass of water to a woman who was dying of thirst.
I can believe that a 10 year old would have the ability to express himself as well as he did, assuming he wrote that letter himself. Perhaps not the work of a literary prodigy, but those certainly could be his words and sentiments. And I do agree with his notions about "what would Jesus do?" in that situation.
I disagree with you about it being ham-handed. Giving him the benefit of the doubt, if he truly believes, then his actions were correct. Good parenting would support acting on one's beliefs. Besides, I doubt that a 10 year old has much to fear from a court system, especially considering the action he wanted to take.
BB, That's why Terri threads still have TROLLS. They are trying to convince people that this was not MURDER. Well, she was robbed and murdered. Evil will be plantings lies as long as we keep telling the truth. I'm not leaving.