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March 29, 2005

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Since comments are temporarily down, two readers have requested that we post the following two questions(Respond when comments are back up):

1. Regarding Judge Greer and all those in that area of Florida.

Mary, you are right that Pinellas is a hotbed of corruption. Have anyone heard the whole situation about the hold that church of Scientology has in that area on public officials? My father who grew up in Tampa says that Clearwater has become 'owned' by the church of Scientology, which believes that the disabled and those of limited awareness or ability are rated on their social "scale" as a 2 or a 1.2(or something similar. Therefore they should not be allowed to continue to live. Further, that these people(scientologiss) negatively affect others around them. Now, not to say that Greer is a scientologist, but with their large sums of money controlling that whole area of Florida, I have no doubt that officials in that area would have a lot to lose. There are whole web pages on this angle of the Schiavo case, and if I can relocate the websites reflecitng this, which I have read, I will post their URLs here. Perhaps someone has already heard this part of the situation, but I am posting this here in case you have not. I am in communication with Dave(?) also, and am sending him what I can of what I find.

2. Dr. Nordin said:
Regarding "Judge George Greer" - THIS IS WHERE I NEED HELP. Greer appeared very biased against Terri living and in favor of Terri dying per Michael Schiavo's wishes and disallowed much evidence that suggested anything to the contrary. How did Felos and Michael Schiavo end up with just the judge they needed? Is is possible to get the judge that you want to hear your case? If so how? I would like to know if Felos somehow arranged things so that Greer (the judge Felos already knew would rule in his favor) was the one to preceed over Schindler vs Schiavo. Or if he may have been paid. Or if it was just extreme bad luck that it went to such a biased judge like Greer....OR....????
Any help anyone can give me, who is on the same wavelength, to fill in this missing link would be appreciated.
Thanks, Dr. Nordin"

Posted by richard at March 29, 2005 6:27 PM


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If there is any truth to this information, it certainly would answer a great number of questions. I have wondered for awhile who or what was pupeteering this situation. It just doesn't make sense for there to be so much evidence in the hands of those who have the power to investigate this case and nothing to be done.

As soon as I began reading about the different attempted investigations and the stonewalling I started figuring that someone very powerful was running the show. This is not good. I know that they do not like negative publicity but to do so can be extremely dangerous. If this is why there has been no action we need to be very concerned.

I went to some of the sites discussing this possibility and some of the things that have been accused of this group are very disturbing. I say accussed because pinning anything on them is extremely difficult if not impossible. They seem to be teflon.

Posted by: imdll at March 29, 2005 6:54 PM

Indeed, Imdll,

Here is some more information. It is all new to me, but I am considering it to be quite possibly the case. I am going to paste it here, and it may not come out very well as print, but I hope that you can read it:


It took me a while, but here are some of the reference pages to look into the possible scientology connection:

http://www.conservababes.com/forums/index.php?s=3bf1ebf34d7a79c7b150ef03a06c5e9a&act=ST&f=34&t=13323 - E.D. Armstrong is council for Scientologists, is former chairman of the Clearwater Chamber of Commerce's Clearpac, a political affiliate of the chamber. Some contributions are also listed as coming from Johnson, Blakely, Pope, Bokor, Ruppel & Burns in varying amounts. Timothy Johnson listed above is the "Johnson" in that law firm, and has long represented Scientology.

http://www.sweetliberty.org/bulletins/terri/greer.html - Scientology, Clearwater Bar Association and Judge Greer

http://www.iht.com/articles/2005/03/22/features/zone.html - Screenwriter of "Million Dollar Baby" is a Scientologist (and we know how that movie ended)

An example of what the 'church of scient.' tries to do & how powerful it thinks it is:

http://www-2.cs.cmu.edu/~dst/Fishman/fishman.html Scientologist Steven Fishman was brought to court because he had committed several crimes in order to get the money to pay for his courses. When Fishman in Time magazine blamed the Church of Scientology for his crimes, the sect sued him for slander.

Also see:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fishman_Affidavit
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scientology_beliefs_and_practices#Secret_writings
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scientology_vs._the_Internet

And in particular regard to Terri, the following (from libertytothecaptives.net):
"Consider this timeline:

May 1997 - Deborah Bushnell sent a letter to Judge Shames (he was before Judge Greer) saying that the Schindlers should be involved in Terri's care during her final days (since Michael intends to move Terri to hospice and remove her feeding tube).

Aug. 1997 - Felos sends a letter to the Schindlers notifying them of pending action to remove Terri's feeding tube.

May 11, 1998 - George Felos filed a petition in Court to remove Terri's feeding tube. [George Felos filed a petition to remove Terri's feeding tube eleven months before the law was changed to call gastric tube feedings "medical treatment." Confident that Scientology was in complete control of this situation, George Felos boldly filed the petition ahead of time.]

April 6, 1999 - House Bill 2131 was introduced in the legislature by the Florida Elder Affairs & Long-Term Care Committee to amend Section 765 (Civil Rights) of the Florida Statutes. two weeks later, the legislature Committee on Judiciary recommended that House Bill 2131 should also change the Section 765.101 legal definition of life prolonging procedures to add: "INCLUDING ARTIFICIALLY PROVIDED SUSTENANCE AND HYDRATION, WHICH SUSTAINS, RESTORES, OR SUPPLANTS A SPONTANEOUS VITAL FUNCTION".

Oct 1, 1999 - Senate Bill 2228 (formerly HB2131) becomes law changing Section 765.101 of the Florida Statutes to include the above.

Jan 24, 2000 - Trial begins to decided whether to remove Terri's feeding tube.

Feb 11, 2000 - Judge Greer orders that Terri's feeding tube can be removed.

If you followed the timeline, Felos filed a petition to remove Terri's feeding tube BEFORE the law was changed, and the trial began AFTER the law was changed (and Greer approved removal of the tube).
Why is that? Did the Florida legislature knowingly or unknowingly pass a law that would apply specifically to Terri? I don't think there were any other hotly contested "right to die" cases at that time. (The cases of Cruzan, Bludworth, and Browning were decided years before). I wonder who paid-off or influenced who to get the law changed?"
More, in next post.........

Posted by: juleni at March 29, 2005 7:00 PM

And here is the rest of what I have on this:

Please let me know what everyone thinks -


And this, from the owners of libertyforthe captives.net, Gary and Lisa Ruby (just to consider):

Re: Felos And Scientology - OT 8: Kill With A Thought


Scientology and Terri Schindler Schiavo: The Death Connection

Scientology is a network of corporations, individual entities, associations and companies composed of members who have dedicated themselves to promote, support, and defend the late L. Ron Hubbard's teachings and goals. The aims of the Scientology New World Order network include using their "spiritual technology" to structure society so that the able can prosper:

A civilization without insanity, without criminals and without war, where the able can prosper and honest beings can have rights, and where man is free to rise to greater heights, are the aims of Scientology.
(Quote source: Scientology Founder: L. Ron Hubbard http://www.aboutlronhubbard.org/ )

Hubbard's doctrines ingrain a new definition of morality into his followers:

"The ONLY concern for a Scientologist is to do every thing he or she can to help Scientology. All other concerns such as family, profession, society and even the law of the land http://www.libertytothecaptives.net/florida_law_vs_scientology_policy.html , are trivia unless they might impact on Scientology." 1

Scientology demands that society agree with or at least be subservient to the policies of their "church." Whoever objects to Hubbard's teachings is considered to be a criminal in the eyes of the organization:

"People who attack Scientology are criminals."
--L. Ron Hubbard, founder of Scientology, author of Dianetics 2

Hubbard had no tolerance for bad publicity. Read his "beat their teeth in" ethics policy penned on Halloween Eve here: Hubbard's Ethics Policy http://www.gerryarmstrong.org/50grand/cult/lrh-ethics-policy.html .

Gerry Armstrong http://www.gerryarmstrong.org/ made Hubbard's handwritten policy-as well as other damaging information about the organization- known to the public even after he reluctantly signed an agreement which required him to remain silent about Scientology. He was awarded a large sum of money as settlement for the horrible abuses he has suffered due to Scientology "fair game" tactics. Read about this in Gerry's own words here http://www.lermanet.com/cos/gerry.htm:

Furious at these disclosures, Scientology has been legally retaliating against Armstrong for many years.
Scientology's reputation for revenge usually enables them to accomplish their goals with little resistance. It is time to obey God and expose and oppose evil no matter who the perpetrators may be. God will protect us as we walk not after the flesh (self), but after the Spirit.


L. Ron Hubbard's idea of ethics included no compassion for followers who turned out to be an embarrassment to Scientology:

"You're here so you're a Scientologist. Now we're going to make you an expert auditor no matter what happens. We'd rather have you dead than incapable." (HCO POLICY LETTER OF 7 FEBRUARY 1965 REISSUED 15 JUNE 1970). 3

Lisa McPherson http://www.lisamcpherson.org/ was a Scientologist who served Scientology from the age of 18 until her death at age 36. Lisa became incapable (Scientology claims she suffered a "psychotic break") and as a result, was subjected to the Scientology introspection rundown http://www.lisamcpherson.org/introspe.htm .
She died due to complications resulting from severe dehydration after being held against her will for seventeen days at the Fort Harrison Hotel. See: The Life & Death of a Scientologist http://whyaretheydead.net/lisa_mcpherson/wp981206.html


L. Ron Hubbard's "we would rather have you dead than incapable" remark was in reference to those enslaved in Scientology, but its relevance to the drama in Clearwater Florida is evident. Indeed, Hubbard's death philosophy was echoed by the 2nd District Appeals judges who indicated that Terri Schiavo has only two choices: A miracle or death! See: Disability is not an Option in the New World Order http://www.libertytothecaptives.net/for_the_life_of_terri_schiavo.html .


Scientology and Death


Scientologists do not view death in the same manner as the general population:

Of course death is not a big deal for Scientologists. It is called "dropping the body" and the body is regarded as a hindrance and a distraction. 4

Scientology founder, L. Ron Hubbard, believed that when a man dies it simply means that his thetan (spirit) separates from his body. The thetan then "picks up another body" and lives again. L. Ron Hubbard's belief in reincarnation-which George Felos http://www.libertytothecaptives.net/felos_scientology_ot_viii_kill_with_a_thought.html shares-is the foundation for his frightening doctrines about death and the disabled.

Scientologists believe that it is only through Scientology that the mechanics of death have been thoroughly understood. L. Ron Hubbard boasted about Scientology's supposed superior knowledge of death:

"We are actually the first people that do know a great deal about death. It is one of the larger successes of Scientology." 5

The online book, The Phenomena of Death, reveals that L. Ron Hubbard believed that death, which he called "losing your body," was on the same level of importance as losing your pocketbook!

In the book, History of Man, Hubbard wrote,

"The possession of a ... body is a liability for through that body the being can be given pain, can be regimented by the routine demands of eating and care from harm ... Today we live in a vast cult called Worship the body. Medical doctors, school teachers, parents, traffic officers, the whole society unites into this war-cry, Care for the body." (Chapter 4) 6

Do Scientologists, who favor death rather than disability, play a significant role in the Terri Schiavo case? I believe the answer is "Yes." Clearwater Florida, especially downtown Clearwater, is Scientology's worldwide spiritual headquarters and main training ground. The Flag Service Organization, located in Clearwater, provides the highest level of Scientology training and is the largest single Scientology "church" in the world! Scientology brochures claim that Clearwater Florida has the "largest community of Scientologists in the world." Back in 1998, the "church" of Scientology generated from 1.5 to 2 million dollars of income per week! This material success enables them to maintain ownership of tens of millions of dollars worth of property (about 40 buildings) as well as many businesses:

To date, the church owns more than $50-million in Clearwater-area properties and is nearing completion of a $50-million Mediterranean Revival-style building nicknamed "Super Power." Additionally, the church now has 565 hotel rooms in and near downtown for visiting Scientologists who consider Clearwater their spiritual mecca. (source: Scientologists Settle Death Suit http://www.sptimes.com/2004/05/29/Tampabay/Scientologists_settle.shtml )

It is not hard to understand why this organization wields so much control over Clearwater-including its officials.7

Florida Officials are Holding Hands with the "Church" of Scientology


Many Florida politicians and government officials have an accommodative relationship with Scientology. For example, Pinellas County Sheriff Everett Rice, along with "over 540 dignitaries and guests from throughout the Tampa Bay" attended the gala event on January 18, 2003: the 76th Anniversary of the Fort Harrison, Scientology's international religious retreat.

The guests included the Mayor (Brian Aungst), Deputy Mayor and City Commissioner of Clearwater, the Clearwater and Hillsborough County Commissioners, the Sheriff (Everett Rice) and Deputy Sheriff of Pinellas County, mayors from seven surrounding cities, a representative from the Florida State Attorney's office, two former state senators, the Speaker of the Florida House of Representatives (Johnnie Byrd), hundreds of local judges, attorneys, top business executives and other opinion leaders from throughout the community.
(Quote source: Florida Politcians, Government Officials & Scientology http://home.tampabay.rr.com/sp/FLA.html )

Florida Governor Jeb Bush is also on friendly terms with the "church" of Scientology. He publicly endorsed and legitimized this already extremely wealthy organization by approving grants for one of their front organizations, the World Literacy Crusade-a Scientology reading program designed for public schools:

In October 2000, the World Literacy Crusade of Florida was one of the organizations in the Tampa Bay area to be presented with a grant of $10,000 from Verizon’s “Tampa Bay Reads” program by Governor Jeb Bush. The grant was repeated in November 2001 at an event sponsored by the University of South Florida’s College of Education and officiated by the Florida Secretary of Education, Jim Horne.9

President Bush also assists in public relations for the "church" Scientology by endorsing and funding Narconon http://www-2.cs.cmu.edu/%7Edst/Narconon/ , the drug rehabilitation program run by the 'church' of Scientology:

The Church of Scientology™'s Narconon® program seems to be fairing well under the President's initiative.10

The current mayor of Clearwater, Brian Aungst, Sr., strongly supports Scientology:

The current mayor of Clearwater is strongly supportive of Scientology, frequently attending anniversary and other public relations events at the Ft. Harrison hotel. (Gabe Cazares on Scientology http://home.tampabay.rr.com/sp/GABE1.html )

The Florida Bar Association http://www.libertytothecaptives.net/scientology_clearwater_bar_association_judge_greer.html is on cozy terms with Scientology. They have their meetings in Scientology's Fort Harrison Hotel!

The "church" of Scientology is not only extremely litigious, but they also are known for blackmailing judges to get the verdicts they favor. See: Scientology's foolproof method of judge tampering http://www.factnet.org/Scientology/judge_tampering.html?FACTNet , What Judges Have to Say about Scientology http://members.rogers.com/ghidorah/xenu/archive/quotes.htm?FACTNet

Scientology founder, L. Ron Hubbard, used litigation as a weapon with which to harass an opponent (anyone who resisted the Scientology agenda):

"The purpose of the suit is to harass and discourage rather than to win."
--L. Ron Hubbard 11


Litigation: Scientology's Weapon


Florida law mandates that Terri Schiavo receive rehabilitation to help her regain her abilities to the maximum extent possible, but the Pinellas County Court judges have consistently ruled against the law and in favor of Michael Schiavo's lawless agenda throughout the case. Like many concerned Americans, I have been deeply troubled at the fact that the judges in this Clearwater case are violating Florida guardian law statues and permitting Michael to commit felonies in a years-long effort to accomplish a public euthanasia precedent.
Euthanasia is illegal in all 50 states. How does one get away with committing a public euthanasia when it is clearly illegal? Answer: Trick the public into believing that euthanasia by omission http://www.libertytothecaptives.net/euthanasia_by_omission_definition.html is already legal. This was nearly accomplished! How many "Court-ordered Starvation," Headlines have you read? Assisted suicide is also not legal in Florida-not even in Clearwater.


Interestingly, ex-Scientologists who were high in the organization claim that committing felonies is a matter of "church" policy:


According to sworn testimonies from seemingly countless upper-level management Scientologists who have escaped the business, the "church" commits felonies as a matter of policy. So much so that several countries have designated Scientology a threat to their national security and monitor the "church" like they do any other crime syndicate. You may view many such testimonies at Operation Clambake http://www.xenu.net/ .


No, Michael Schiavo does not necessarily have to be a Scientologist simply because he commits felonies regarding his guardianship duties. However, Michael's employment of Scientology tech http://www.libertytothecaptives.net/scientology_doctrine_remove_disabled_from_society.html against his incapable wife and his complete confidence that the Pinellas County Court system will protect him while he continually and flagrantly breaks Florida laws strongly suggest that he is involved in Scientology. The fact that he has never received any punishment for abusing http://www.libertytothecaptives.net/abuse_defined_per_adult_protective_services_act.html , exploiting http://www.libertytothecaptives.net/exploitation_of_disabled_is_felony.html and neglecting http://www.libertytothecaptives.net/florida_statutes_violated_while_michael_served.html a disabled adult indicates that someone or rather some organization which largely enjoys "above the law" status in Clearwater Florida is pulling legal strings on his behalf-and has been doing so for years.


Fair Game Policy

Pat Anderson, attorney for Robert and Mary Schindler, knows something about Scientologists and litigation. She referred to them as "the masters of Rambo litigation." During the time Pat Anderson http://www.libertytothecaptives.net/pat_anderson_lisa_mcpherson.html was representing the former Pinellas-Pasco Medical Examiner Joan Wood (Lisa McPherson case) she made a statement about their fair game policy:

If you are not a member of the church or an active supporter of the church, you are fair game for the church. And they will use litigation to silence their critics. They do not tolerate contrary opinion.12 [bold emphasis added]

The fair game policy is used on anyone the Scientology organization deems an enemy:

ENEMY SP Order. Fair game. May be deprived of property or injured by any means by any Scientologist without any discipline of the Scientologist. May be tricked, sued or lied to or destroyed. 13

Terri Schindler Schiavo, a woman that Scientologists consider to be a "wog" http://www.libertytothecaptives.net/wog_definition.html of the incapable kind, is definitely "fair game." She is not a Scientologist and she is legally married to a man who shares L. Ron Hubbard's philosophy in at least one crucial area: desiring death over disability. Michael Schiavo's illegal pursuit of Terri's death instead of her rehabilitation is also in line with L. Ron Hubbard's diabolical value system.

Hubbard had a particular antipathy for Catholicism and singled out this religious group for possible destruction:
He told one friend that he had not decided whether to destroy the Catholic Church, or "merely start a new one." 14
Michael Schiavo has singled out one particular Catholic for destruction: Terri. His blatant disregard for Terri's religious wishes is obvious. Through the guise of the "court order" and "doctor's orders" his attorney blocked her priest from administering what Catholics refer to as the "last rites":

Attorney Deborah Bushnell told Monsignor Thaddeus Malanowski, who has been Terri's spiritual provider for three years, that ''because of court order and doctor's orders, you can't put anything in her mouth,'' not even a morsel of moistened communion wafer.15

Scientology: Against the Disabled


Scientology takes advantage of disabled people to further the goals of the organization:
"Pending charges against more than 100 of its overseas church members include fraud, extortion, capital flight, coercion, illegally practicing medicine and taking advantage of mentally incapacitated people... "As long as the organization's opponents and victims are successfully squelched, Scientology's managers and lawyers will keep pocketing millions of dollars by helping it achieve its ends."
--Richard Behar, "Scientology: Cult of Greed and Power," Time, 5/6/91 16

L. Ron Hubbard had a low regard for the disabled, which he called downstats:

Hubbard considered handicapped people, and especially mentally handicapped people to be degraded beings, suffering from their transgressions in earlier lifetimes. His attitude about blacks is well known. (Ex-Scientologists Speak http://warrior.xenu.ca/1997-0730.html )

All non-producers are considered to be downstats in Scientology. Downstats are not to be helped (Terri Schiavo is not being given state-mandated therapy!) and are penalized for the crime of non-production or "down statistics":
The course materials [written by Hubbard] warned managers never to be sympathetic to someone whose productivity numbers, or "statistics," were down. "We reward production and up statistics and penalize nonproduction and down statistics. (Narconon Exposed http://www-2.cs.cmu.edu/%7Edst/Narconon/doctrines.htm )


Scientologists have even published textbooks which misrepresent disabled people:

"The books were not approved by the state because they misrepresented the disabled and minorities, state officials said. For example, disabled characters were shown with canes, representative more of the aging process than of a disability, said Ruth McKenna, the state's chief deputy superintendent of public instruction. A disabled character in the texts also was shown in a wheelchair alone, isolated from others. In addition, the books did not depict enough disabled people. 17


The Rule of Terri's Case is the Rule of Scientology


The fact that Terri Schiavo's case is being handled in an entirely different way from other guardianship cases has not escaped the notice of Pat Anderson, attorney for the Schindler family. Wesley J. Smith wrote:
THE "RULE OF TERRI'S CASE" has struck again. The term was coined by Pat Anderson, attorney for Terri Schiavo's parents Bob and Mary Schindler, who complained: "If following a legal procedure will likely result in Terri dying, it will be adhered to. But if a procedure could make that outcome more difficult to attain, it will not be followed."

Anderson's complaint has ample evidentiary support. For example, under Florida law, Terri should have a court-appointed guardian ad litem to exclusively represent her interests. But, Judge George Greer, of the Sixth Judicial Circuit, refused to allow one for Terri in the guardianship case ever since her first ad litem was dismissed after recommending that she not be dehydrated to death. 18

The "RULE OF TERRI'S CASE" is a declaration that Terri's case is being handled altogether differently from any other case in its category. Florida law has taken a backseat to the real power behind the rulings in this case!

Pat Anderson is an attorney, and as such is well aware that legal procedures are not being adhered to in this case. Much to the chagrin of the powers pulling the strings in Terri's case, legal procedures http://www.libertytothecaptives.net/florida_law_mandates_terri_receive_rehabilitation.html will not cause Terri Schiavo to die. That is why they are using illegal maneuverings in repeated attempts to "help" Terri lose what they consider to be her liability: her body. (Actually, her living body with evidences of abuse and serious neck injury is Michael Schiavo's liability!) It is certain that illegal maneuvers are keeping Terri in a state of deteriorating health with no therapy! It is Michael Schiavo's backers who are are wielding such ominous control over the Pinellas County Court system.


Terri Is Being Held in Scientology-controlled Downtown Clearwater: Her Health is Deteriorating


The Hospice Patients Alliance March 25, 2004 Newsletter informs us of Terri Schiavo's deteriorating condition as a result of being confined in Park Place, an assisted living facility located on Drew Street, in downtown Clearwater, Florida.


"Since Terri's move to Park Place assisted living it has become evident to the Schindler family that Terri's personal care has gone down hill. On several occasions they have questioned why Terri's hair was oily and why she appeared to have not been bathed. Two weeks ago, a tooth in her mouth came up missing. Recently, she has developed a decubitus ulcer in an area on her body which points directly to pressure and lack of her being repositioned. Of course, the Schindler's are still not able to ascertain any answers with regard to any of the concerns they have about their daughter's well-being and medical condition." –


Downtown Clearwater Florida-where Terri is imprisoned in isolation from the world-is the Scientology training ground stronghold of the world.

Terri is Being Abused/Has Pat Anderson Warned the Schindlers About Infiltration?

By April 24, 2004, someone had removed five teeth http://www.libertytothecaptives.net/terri_five_teeth_extracted.html from Terri Schiavo's mouth. The reason for this has not been fully disclosed to Terri's parents. They have also been denied answers to questions about Terri's bedsore, unkempt appearance, and unexplained vomiting.

Michael Schiavo has once again used the Scientology disconnect policy http://members.chello.nl/mgormez/childabuse/disconnect.html against Bob and Mary Schindler because they are "antagonistic" towards his death goals for their daughter. Terri is being illegally held in isolation in Scientology-controlled Clearwater Florida while Scientology fair game tactics http://www.shipbrook.com/jeff/CoS/harass.html are being used against her and her parents. What is God leading you to do about it?

The Scientologists do not care if you contact Bernie McCabe. It took Bernie two years to file charges against the Scientologists after Lisa McPherson died of severe dehydration-while in their custody! The two felonies Bernie finally charged them with were: abuse/neglect of a disabled adult and the illegal practice of medicine.

Bernie chose to indict Scientology on Friday the 13th , a "lucky" day for those in the occult. See: Felony Indictment November 13, 1998 http://www.lisafiles.com/police/4621.html. Satan's followers believe that if events are scheduled on satanically-marked days-especially a high satanic day like Friday the 13th-the outcome will be to their advantage. High-level Scientologists knew that since an indictment was inevitable, it was best that it be done on a day in which vibrations (demons) would be compelled to perform in favor of the Scientology organization. (See: Occult/Scientology Dates in the Terri Schiavo Case ) http://www.libertytothecaptives.net/for_the_life_of_terri_schiavo.html

Not long after the beleaguered Dr. Joan Wood changed her report regarding the cause of Lisa McPherson's death http://www.whyaretheydead.net/room174.html from "undetermined" to "accidental," Bernie McCabe dropped the charges. Bernie chose to free Scientology from all charges on June 12, 2000 http://www.cesnur.org/testi/scient_nolle.htm, a Scientology holiday (highday):

June 12: National Founding Day Scotland, to celebrate the founding of the Hubbard Academy of Personal Independence in Edinburgh, Scotland in 1968. (The Holidays of Scientology) http://tinyurl.com/27u7n

Bernie McCabe's refusal to investigate the allegations against Michael Schiavo for the illegal abuse, http://www.libertytothecaptives.net/abuse_defined_per_adult_protective_services_act.html
neglect http://www.libertytothecaptives.net/florida_statutes_violated_while_michael_served.html , and exploitation http://www.libertytothecaptives.net/exploitation_of_disabled_is_felony.html of his disabled wife is no longer a mystery.

Pat Anderson http://www.libertytothecaptives.net/pat_anderson_lisa_mcpherson.html was one of Dr. Joan Wood's attorneys, and as such, was privy to the "fair game" tactics used against Dr. Wood which set into action a chain of events that ultimately permitted the "church" of Scientology to get away with murder.


Has Pat Anderson advised the Schindlers about the Scientology fair game tactics that have been continually unleashed against them-including Scientology's often-used practice of infiltrating the opposition? I doubt it. http://www.libertytothecaptives.net/terrisfight.org_a_hidden_agenda.html

Scientologists are not threatened if you sign a petition to Bernie McCabe or plead with Gov. Jeb Bush, who gave them money. (However, you should make it plain to him that it is not in his best political interest to allow a certain segment of Florida citizenry to enjoy above-the-law status.) They do care if you picket them on their own turf and use every means available to make it known to the public that Terri Schindler Schiavo is being denied the protection of Florida laws that conflict with Scientology doctrines.

In the early months of 2004, Terri's supporters scheduled a picket outside of George Felos' office building in Dunedin, Florida, but of course this event was canceled. The time is coming for someone to lead a picket again in CLEARWATER. But this time it should be led by a person willing to expose and take a stand against the Scientology tactics http://www.libertytothecaptives.net/scientology_doctrine_remove_disabled_from_society.html used against Terri Schindler Schiavo and her parents. Do not wait for the infiltrators posing as Terri's advocates to call for this picket. This is the last thing they want to do. Jesus said that his sheep hear his voice and follow him. He will let you know if this is the way he would have you to go.

Death By Dehydration: Terri's Wish or Hubbard's Hurrah?


Also see: Scientology Vs Terri Schindler Schiavo


Scientology is "Fair Gaming" the Schindlers by Treating Them Like Criminals


In Keeping With Scientology Doctrine, Michael Schiavo Removed Terri From Society


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For the Life of Terri Schiavo http://www.libertytothecaptives.net/for_the_life_of_terri_schiavo.html

Human Rights Abuses in Scientology


online books: Understanding Scientology
Inside Scientology/Dianetics
The Mind Benders

by Gary and Lisa Ruby


Posted by: juleni at March 29, 2005 02:03 PM

Posted by: juleni at March 29, 2005 7:01 PM

Good job Juleni. I was getting ready to post the same information. It is truly terrifying that there is an organization out there who deems my child's life as unworthy.

Here's some more info - some of it is already covered by your post:

Scientology, The Clearwater Bar Association, and Judge Greer

Judge George W. Greer presides over Florida's Sixth Judicial Circuit Court. He is known internationally for the Terri Schindler Schiavo guardianship case. Pat Anderson, former attorney for the Schindlers, characterized Judge Greer's unprecedented rulings as "The Rule of Terri's Case."

The Clearwater Bar Association is delighted with Judge Greer's performance in this particular case. They presented the John U. Bird award to the Pinellas-Pasco Circuit judge on May 15, 2004. This prestigious award, which is the Clearwater bar's highest honor for a judge, was granted to Judge Greer for the way he has handled himself while overseeing the Terri Schiavo case!

Robert Dickinson III, the outgoing president of the Clearwater Bar Association, cited Judge Greer's handling of the Terri Schiavo case in terms of "passing the test":

"Rarely is a person's mettle and faith tested in such a strenuous and public way as this gentleman's has been over the last few years," Robert Dickinson III said. "Rarely do mortals pass the test with such flying colors."

(Quote source: Lawyers laud judge in Schiavo case) [bold emphasis added]

I find these words rather ominous when I reflect on "the test" Judge Greer has been passing—all these years. Judge Greer's consistent practice of upholding Scientology doctrines over and above Florida law is being lauded by the Clearwater Bar Association! The "test" Robert Dickenson III is alluding to is the "test case." The euthanasia test case.

Greer is "passing the test" with flying colors because he is permitting Michael Schiavo to abuse, exploit and neglect his disabled wife in defiance of the Florida statues. And the Clearwater Bar Association cheers.

Scientology attorney Wally Pope—who represented his "church" in the Lisa McPherson case—was the individual selected to bestow this high honor on Judge Greer! Wally cited high ideals, personal character, and judicial competence:

"Yet, in the teeth of all that, he has steadfastly demonstrated exactly what the John U. Bird award was created to honor: high ideals, personal character, judicial competence and service," lawyer Wally Pope said before bestowing the honor.


Lies to Make Terri Schiavo Fit the Scientology Mold

One of Scientology's major goals is to change society's views about death, dying, and those L. Ron Hubbard considered to be "past the half-way point": the disabled.

Scientologists believe (1) that a disabled person is in such a state due to his or her own failings, (2) the disabled person will deliberately move in the direction of death, and (3) disabled people (Individuals who score low on the emotional tone scale) will also bring death to those around them. (See L. Ron Hubbard's book, Self Analysis, chapter 4)

Scientology teaches that if a person is disabled it is his or her fault. Terri has been falsely represented as being disabled due to self-induced vomiting which supposedly caused a potassium imbalance that resulted in a cardiac arrest. Medical records have disproved these claims, but these "facts" were presented in the court record and are still being promulgated via the media today. The truth is that Terri suffered serious injuries, (including a head and neck injury and numerous broken bones). An exceptionally competent neurologist testified (that Michael Schiavo's attorneys predictably attempted to discredit) stated that Terri's injuries are consistent with strangulation:

Dr. William Hammesfahr, Nobel prize nominee and neurologist, testified that Terri's neck injuries are consistent with only one type of injury: that of strangulation.

(Quote source: State-Funded Agency to Probe Claim of Spousal Abuse in Terri Schiavo Case)

The only person in the apartment with Terri at the time of her collapse was her husband, Michael Schiavo.

Scientology teaches that a disabled person will move in the direction of death. Terri has been illegally denied therapy for over ten years for the purpose of causing her abilities and health to deteriorate. She has also been placed in hospice facilities—and denied any stimulation— rather than in a nursing home. This was done to create the illusion that Terri is moving in the direction of death. According to L. Ron Hubbard's doctrines, a disabled person wants to die. Michael Schiavo never misses an opportunity to state that death is "Terri's wish." This is not true. Terri wants to live so much that she exerts tremendous effort to demonstrate her abilities.

Scientology teaches that disabled persons (Individuals who score low on the tone scale) will also bring death to those around them. Michael is so worried that Terri will bring "death" to him (accusations of attempted murder?) that he refuses to allow her to have speech therapy—or any therapy. Of course Michael's power to keep Terri in a state of disability is contingent upon Judge Greer's continued collusion with the Scientology agenda, which is not in accordance with Florida laws.

The Clearwater Bar Association: Cozy with Scientology

Mike Faehner, who was president-elect of the Clearwater Bar Association in 2001, endorsed the Johnson Blakely Pope Bokor Ruppel & Burns PA. firm:

"In the legal community, they have a good reputation," said Mike Faehner, president-elect of the Clearwater Bar Association. "They do quite a bit of legal educational outreach. They're a solid law firm."

(Quote source: Clearwater firm breaks from standing tradition)

This firm brings in a lot of money by litigating for the "Church" of Scientology:

Their clients include parents involved in a baby swap, a woman who was not allowed to dress after she was arrested for skinny-dipping, the controversial Church of Scientology and developers who have changed the landscape of Clearwater.

(Quote source: Clearwater firm breaks from standing tradition) [bold emphasis added]

Here is an old picture of Judge Greer with attorneys who have litigated for Scientology. Wally Pope is one of them:

Left to right: Chief Judge David A. Demers, Tim Johnson, Probate Judge George Greer, John Blakely, Bruce Bokor, and then Wally Pope. Wally Pope was (at times) listed as Scientology's lead counsel in various parts of the Lisa McPherson-related cases. Blakely and Bokor are or were both partners in the law firm Johnson, Pope, Bokor,
Ruppel, & Burns, which often represents Scientology.

It is probable that Scientology attorneys are on the board and/or are officers of the Clearwater Bar Association! Mike Faehner said:

Many Johnson Blakely lawyers have been board members or officers in the association. The firm also sponsors bar activities, he said.

It is becoming increasingly clear that the Clearwater Bar Association is on cozy terms with the "Church" of Scientology. They choose to have their monthly meetings at the Fort Harrison Hotel—Scientology headquarters. (See: Res Ipsa Loquitur) The Clearwater bar gladly endorses firms that litigate for Scientology. They even chose a Scientology attorney to present an award to Judge Greer for "passing the test" in the way he handled the Terri Schiavo case. I can't believe there is an organization out there who deems my child unworthy to live.

Scientology For Euthanasia; Florida Law Against it

Wally Pope represented the "Church" of Scientology in the wrongful death suit filed by the Estate of Lisa McPherson. He fought to enable Scientology to completely get away with dehydrating Lisa McPherson to death. They did not succeed. They settled with the Lisa McPherson Trust!

Judge Greer's rulings have enabled Michael Schiavo (working on behalf of the Scientology agenda) to almost get away with dehydrating Terri Schiavo to death. The only reason this did not happen is because many Americans—once they saw the videos of Terri that Mr. Schindler bravely released to the media—made it known they would not stand for such evil in our society.

It is time to take a stand against this barbarism once again. Disabled citizens of the United States of America (including Terri Schindler Schiavo of Clearwater, Florida) must not be denied therapy and even life itself due to L. Ron Hubbard's disgust over the fact that a decent society takes care of its own:

Society, the bulk of which is bent upon survival, fails or refuses to recognize death or the urge of organisms toward it. Society passes laws against murder and suicide. Society provides hospitals. Society carries such people [the disabled] on its back. And society will not hear of euthanasia or "mercy killing." (Self Analysis by L. Ron Hubbard; pg. 28)

May the Lord Jesus Christ be glorified as his people "hear his voice" concerning this matter and follow him.

Gary and Lisa Ruby

Posted by: LifeisPrecious at March 29, 2005 7:10 PM

I have personally met John Travolta (he's a scientologist) and found him to be a very decent human being, so I can't personally subscribe to this idea that scientologists ascribe to eugenics without a hel of an argument and proof from someone. The argument is too abstract, convoluted, speculative for me and still doesn't directly explain the Felos-Greer connection. My endless search for the truth of course will take me to look at the scientology information that has been presented here, but for the supporters of Terri Schiavo to try to unmask and uncover a Scientology conspiracy behind Terri's feeding tube removal concerns me. Even if it is true, it's would be such a monutental task to expose it, very time consuming and it would take a long time, but longer than Terri has. In additional, we will lose valuable credibility among the many different factions. I suggest look into it and decide to act on it if there's something to it, but I wouldn't suggest mixing it Terri's urgent issue of the moment.

Posted by: Anna_Nordin at March 29, 2005 7:14 PM

Consider this possibilty - that the case was tried HORRIBLY by David Gibbs and other Schindler attorneys. I have heard this comment on numerous occasions - FOX News, radio, etc. I think they should have questioned the PVS question immediately. I believe that would have led to a new trial - warranted or not. But, it seems that there were major flip-flops on strategy which I think did nothing to further their cause.

Also, regarding the judiciary - human nature being what it is - I cannot believe that the courts were too pleased with actions going through the Florida legislature, the US Congress, the office of the President, etc. Judges are human and, while I believe that they did follow the law in this case and ruled on the case presented - they can't like the way this case was handled in the various government agencies.

Posted by: Blogging Beth at March 29, 2005 7:16 PM

Well said, Dr. Nordin. First we have to get Terri to safety, if that's possible.

Posted by: Mary in LA at March 29, 2005 7:26 PM

Anna, when I first read these articles several days ago, I was horrified. I wanted to send them to some disabilities list serves that I am on. It seems that it is too evil to be true.

I agree that this shouldn't be the immediate focus as it will do nothing for Terri right now. I would imagine there would be legal maneuvers concerning this that would last for years.

However, it is something that needs to be looked at in the future.

Since this is America, freedom of religion is a basic right. BUT, no religion has the right to kill an innocent victim.

This sounds so much like the horror of hitler.

Posted by: LifeisPrecious at March 29, 2005 7:26 PM

PS I did not send the info above to any listserves. There needs to be more proof of this. I hope this will spur investigation.

Posted by: LifeisPrecious at March 29, 2005 7:29 PM

I justed called a person I know who has been involved in Scientology for 25+ years and who is considered to have achieved a clear state (the highest you can go). He said the scientology philosphy is totally against eugenics and referred to the website of one of their organizations called the Citizens Commission on Human Rights (CCHR.org). Although primiarly devoted to the protection of mentally ill patients, it's philsophy is quite clear:

"Human rights can be defined as freedom from false accusations, brutality and punishment without offense. This concept is the antithesis of modern psychiatry."

Unless there's a group of renegade scientologists that promote eugenics, so far it looks to me like they don't. My Scientology acquaintance told me he is against killing Terri and it is against the Scientology philosophy.

I'd like to focus on more concrete explanations for the Felos-Greer connection.

Posted by: Anna_Nordin at March 29, 2005 7:30 PM

I could locate no email address for Daniel Webster, but here's the rest of the Florida Senate:

alexander.jd.web@flsenate.gov, argenziano.nancy.web@flsenate.gov, aronberg.dave.web@flsenate.gov, atwater.jeff.web@flsenate.gov, baker.carey.web@flsenate.gov, bennett.mike.web@flsenate.gov, bullard.larcenia.web@flsenate.gov,
campbell.walter.web@flsenate.gov, carlton.lisa.web@flsenate.gov, clary.charlie.web@flsenate.gov, constantine.lee.web@flsenate.gov, crist.victor.web@flsenate.gov, dawson.mandy.web@flsenate.gov, portilla.alex.web@flsenate.gov, dockery.paula.web@flsenate.gov, fasano.mike.web@flsenate.gov, garcia.rudy.web@flsenate.gov, geller.steven.web@flsenate.gov, haridopolos.mike.web@flsenate.gov, hill.anthony.web@flsenate.gov, jones.dennis.web@flsenate.gov, king.james.web@flsenate.gov, klein.ron.web@flsenate.gov, lawson.alfred.web@flsenate.gov, lee.tom.web@flsenate.gov, lynn.evelyn.web@flsenate.gov, margolis.gwen.web@flsenate.gov, miller.lesley.web@flsenate.gov, peaden.durell.web@flsenate.gov, posey.bill.web@flsenate.gov, pruitt.ken.web@flsenate.gov, rich.nan.web@flsenate.gov, saunders.burt.web@flsenate.gov,
sebesta.jim.web@flsenate.gov, siplin.gary.web@flsenate.gov, smith.rod.web@flsenate.gov, villalobos.alex.web@flsenate.gov, wilson.frederica.web@flsenate.gov, wise.stephen.web@flsenate.gov

Posted by: Raquel at March 29, 2005 7:53 PM

What is happening now seems not only an inhumane and cowardly attack on Terri - just because she can't fight back hard enough (and she has fought very hard to have her wishes known!), but this incident is also a dastardly attack on the Catholic Church, our rites and traditions. But it has galvanized us more than ever before.

+Why was Terri not given a chance to communicate in a court of law? It's obvious that given such a chance, she might have done so. When she tried to speak two weeks ago, and judge Greer knew then that she did, as did the federal judge in Tampa, why was that aspect not studied in court - isn't evidence to be presented in court and not by "heresay?"

+Where was the jury?

+What happened in Tampa to "de novo?" This federal law for Terri was violated by a federal judge - there was no trial de novo.

+Why did a judge in Clearwater override Floida Laws? I've lost count of the number of Florida laws violated in this court. Can't the executive investigate and put all current death orders originating from this court on hold?

+With the amazing action by President Bush and Congress - why was there suddenly such a rush in Florida (and Atlanta) to kill Terri?

Maybe the answers were already writen in other reader's comments above. In addition to those comments (about the elimination of the disabled), this cult's founder Ron Hubbard had a stated (and written) objective that one of his goals in life was the elimination of the Catholic Church. Why I don't know.

In addition, he said - and I heard him say it with my own ears - that Jesus (did worse than abusing children - I cannot print it here it's too sick). These words of Hubbard were like dropping an atomic bomb on Christianity, yet this fact has been mostly forgotten. Recordings of this do exist - you can find them - listen for your ownself.

Therefore, any member of Hubbard's cult cannot be a true Christian anymore than a cat could be a mouse. Some members of this cult claim to be Christian and that their cult is a "church." They should wake up and taste reality.

Hubbard had the nerve to call his cult a "church" because, for those of us old enough to remember, "church" was added on to their name for tax purposes - they had a lot of IRS problems in the beginning. But this cult cannot be a Church because Church implies "the whole body of Christians" - Christians - not a word for those who blaspheme our Lord Jesus. Please read comments posted by others and you will see that this cult is not a Church.

Even though Hubbard is dead (according to writings by former cult "insiders" he was probably murdered by a member or members of his cult when he was sick in bed and couldn't fight back), his legacy lives on.

There are a number of documented cases of serious physical abuse in the cult - including proof in the transcripts of lawsuits won by former cult members - members who won millions of dollars from this cult.

However, as far as I know, NONE of these lawsuits was ever won in FLORIDA. (Please correct me if I am wrong.) I do know of one very infamous lawsuit LOST to the cult - right in Clearwater Florida - in judge Greer's court of course!

Is it a coincidence that the current abuse and attempted murder of Terri is happening in the Tampa area - Clearwater Florida - Pinellas County - the so-called "spiritual" headquarters of this cult? Maybe. But I think not.

Posted by: W R Dean at March 29, 2005 8:45 PM

I keep thinking about the "disconnection" policy and how Terri's parents have been disconnected from her for more than 10 years.

In all fairness... This is for anyone involved in scientology in any way:

My comments are based on what I have read and heard from Ron Hubbard, along with 50 years of history - reading books, newspapers, transcripts, magazines and the internet.

Even with all of this, I still have an open mind. If you can point me to any passages in books, or web sites or elsewhere that contradict what I wrote, please do so.

I would be espcially interested in passages written by Ron Hubbard that favor the disabled, or are against eugenics as I may have missed something and I could not possibly remember everything I've read.

Also, there is no proven cult connection in this case yet, but based on the people involved, the methods being used, and the area, this is a possibility to consider.

Posted by: W R Dean at March 29, 2005 9:46 PM

Are you people kidding? No, of course not; you're merely passing judgment on an entire community that none of you are familiar with based on hearsay and gossip. Yes, it is true that the Church of Scientology has its "spiritual headquarters" in downtown Clearwater; I often see Scientologists walking to and from work while enjoying a coffee at Starbucks. But to say they "own" the "whole area of Florida" is simply laughable. My Catholic church - maybe the 4th or 5th largest in the county - has more people at a single Mass than all the Scientologists combined. And as for owning property, there are Baptist churches that pump just as much money into the community. Newsflash: not everything you read on the internet is true, particularly when it has to do with cults. Sheesh. Reality, people?

Posted by: Becky at March 29, 2005 10:16 PM

After reading about Scientology, and its proximate headquarters in Clearwater, I offer a prayer, in this Easter Week, that has worked for me.

The 'church' of Scientology draws upon demonic spirits, who nonetheless, are creatures of the Living God. This prayer works because it calls upon the Holy Name of Jesus and His Most Precious Blood. All spirits must obey.

"By the Holy Name of Jesus, and by His Most Precious Blood which he shed for us on the Holy Cross as a fount of Mercy for us, I bind and render powerless, and command to be quiet and trouble us no more, all evil spirirts [here name those you know are attacking] -- the spirit of scientology, the spirits of deceit, murder, greed, adultery, perjury, iniquity, injustice, cruelty, discrimination -- demons, and Satan, on our property, in our homes, in our minds, whether hidden in the conscious, sub-conscious or in dreams, and where Terri Schiavo, Bob, Mary, Bobby Schindler and their daughter Suzanne, David Gibbs, and those defending Terri live, and place you all bound at the foot of the Cross for Jesus, Our Lord and God to deal with as He deems fit. Thank you Jesus for loving us."

I will pray this continually for Terri and her family and friends.

Christ is Risen, Alleluia!

Posted by: TuGGer at March 29, 2005 10:17 PM

Over the course of the last week and a half I have wondered about many things in this case, and I have read your wonderings, as well. We've gone round and round, over and over.

Why won't Michael let Terri have communion?

Why is judge greer ignoring this and that and making these strange rulings.

Why no oral feeding; why is the law "she will die"?

Why does everyone of any stature who even evinces an interest in rescueing Terri soon sitting on the sidelines?

Who is this judge more powerful than the most powerful man of the most powerful country (pres. of U.S.)?

Who dares stand in contempt of congress?

Since when do probate judges rule on constitutions--if, in fact, it was greer.

Why do the police/sheriff stand so firmly behind greer, even bringing the country to crisis? Surely there were a few of them who couldn't stomach this and turned on the judgment. But no, they stand four square.

What happened to Bo Gritz? Where is Sheriff Mack? He's usually in on things like this.

The list goes on and it grows late so I have only one question left.

Which one of these or any other questions could the presence of an entity such as the church of scientology not explain? What other explanation works as well or better?

Making allowances for, perhaps, a small margin of error in these reports, this is the explanation my money is on. I've lived in a county much like this and I can testify as an eye witness that very strange things just like this happened there, too. John Travolta notwithstanding, nor the little lady in the coffee shop, right now the only thing which protects this from instant recognition by all and sundry, is the sheer, collosal, magnitude of evil.

Posted by: mary et. al. at March 29, 2005 10:51 PM

I will pray your prayer with you TugGer as it is said where two or more are gathered in my name so shall I be. In Jesus name.

Posted by: alwayschooselife at March 29, 2005 11:36 PM

I posted this on the wrong thread (the one above) and I really think it needs to be over here, so I will post it again. In the last 3 days, other intercessors have been coming to my mailbox with the same leading... So here's what I wanted to add to this thread....

Now I know that what I have been led to pray these days is the right direction. I have been spending a lot of time in Isaiah 28, especially verses 14 through 18. I have been praying that Greer et al's "covenant with death will be annulled; and that their agreement with death will not stand." (18)

Another verse that popped out at me Saturday night is 1 Cor. 1:27-28 - "But God chose the foolish things of the world to shame the wise; God chose the weak things of the world to shame the strong. 28He chose the lowly things of this world and the despised things - and the things that are not - to nullify the things that are, 29so that no one may boast before him." I couldn't help but notice the echo of the words "annulled" and "nullify". There is a "word" from Dutch Sheets about interceeding for Terri at http://www.breakingchristiannews.com/articles/display_art.html?ID=417

Sheets' guidelines are very sound and have really helped me when I have been too dismayed over the circumstantial events. Please join us in this line of intercession.
This is definitely a spiritual battle far more than anything else. I pray a lot for a spirit of humility and repentance for our country. God have mercy on Terri and may He be glorified through it all.

Posted by: darjeelingirl at March 30, 2005 8:52 AM

Mary, you are absolutely delusional. You've made a list of things you don't like/don't agree with/don't understand, and then you just blame it on *Scientology*. What do you really know about that belief system (notwithstanding things you've read on the internet, posted by people who believe the same things you do)? And what do you really know about my community?! What do you mean by you've lived in a county "like this"?

You have every right to disagree with what's happening in this case, but please do not insinuate that everyone in the community is possessed just because a minority faith group happens to own some buildings here. That's irrational and offensive.

Posted by: Becky at March 30, 2005 10:06 AM

The Carter Center has been quiet. Why? They support "human rights". Jimmy Carter is a Christian! Where is his voice? Why is he silent?

I've tried to email them, but not even the courtesy of a response. "A voice crying in the wilderness" ???

Even Jesse Jackson has defened Terri's right to live.

Please email them and have them weigh in as friend or foe.

carterweb@emory.edu

If anyone has President Carter's direct email, please post it.

Posted by: Robert W. Smith MD at March 30, 2005 8:38 PM

I may be the Dave that Richard mentioned early on but I see you all have done yoemen's work before I found my way here.

First let me give you my Cliff Notes version that I posted in comments after Instapundit wrote a column on this at TechCentralStation. As you may know Instapundit is the defacto gatekeeper of the blogosphere or at least the 'power law' reigning powers there. It really was a dagger in our heart when that law professor allowed himself to be zoomed by Michael Schiavo.

Useful summary for introducing people to this:

1) Pinellas county is the world headquarters of Scientology.

2) Scientology is notorious for infiltrating government as they did with the IRS. They own the power structure in Pinellas county.

3) Scientology believes that they cannot achieve their desired 'new age' without euthanizing everyone at or below 'tone level 2'.

4) Everyone in authority in Pinellas county seems to be on boards of hospices and stand to profit from the freedom to euthanize at will.

5) That county's Bar Association meets at the world headquarters of Scientology where Lisa McPherson was dehydrated to death. They were meeting at that headquarters when the lead attorney defending Scientology from prosecution in the McPherson case presented Judge Greer the Bar Association's highest award over his handling of the Schiavo case.

6) Bernie McCabe who interfered with every attempt to investigate the suspicious nature of Terri's 'collapse' settled the Lisa McPhereson case for $15,000 and court/investigation costs. They got away with deliberate murder. Again.

6) Pinellas county is set to become to estate stripping, what Las Vegas is to gambling.

posted @ 4/5 http://www2.techcentralstation.com/1051/feedback.jsp?CID=1051-040505A

Posted by: Baldwin at April 17, 2005 9:48 AM

"Perhaps at some distant date only the unaberrated person will be granted civil rights before law. Perhaps the goal will be reached at some future time when only the unaberrated person can attain to and benefit from citizenship. These are desirable goals..." Dianetics; the Modern Science of Mental Health, by L. Ron Hubbard (1987 edition, p.534)

Scientology’s murder policy on those with a ‘lower condition’. You are all in this condition btw when you read their definitions on who this murder policy applies to. Anyone who opposes them is ‘fair game’ and “May be tricked, sued or lied to or destroyed“.


http://www.planetkc.com/sloth/sci/fair_game.order

The policy is not just a theoretical threat:

http://www.whyaretheydead.net/

Felos went judge shopping and moved the case from Judge Shames to Greer. BTW the Schindlers originally went to Shames before he was a judge and tried to get him to represent them but they couldn’t afford it. Shames then became a judge and unethically heard their case without recusing himself. Greer in the link below receives Clearwater Bar Association’s highest award for his handling of Terri’s case from the same lawyer who got scientology off the hook for the Lisa McPhereson murder, and he received the award in the same building where she was dehydrated to death.

http://www.libertytothecaptives.net/scientology_clearwater_bar_association_judge_greer.html

George Felos who has repeatedly told the cameras this was not about euthanasia. George Felos is in fact a founding father of the modern euthanasia movement…

"Felos ... was a founding member of the National Legal Advisors Committee on Choice in Dying, and served as Board Chair of The Hospice of the Florida. Where did the phrase "choice in dying" come from? Well, there was an organization called the Euthanasia Society of America which changed its name to "Choice in Dying" which no longer exists - it merged into the "Partnership for Caring" which was founded by Ira Byock

Felos dropped his chairmanship of the board that oversees the hospice Terri is at. He was replaced on the hospice board by Ira Byock who founded the successor organization to the Euthanasia Society of America.

Felos has many strange religious ideas such as the idea that the Jews volunteered to die in the holocaust…
"The Jewish people, long ago in their collective consciousness, agreed to play the role of the lamb whose slaughter was necessary to shock humanity into a new moral consciousness. Their sacrifice saved humanity at the brink of extinction and propelled us into a new age." - Felos

It has been even suggested that considering how important he feels that “sacrifice” is to his “new age” he might even try and symbolically ‘finish’ that sacrifice by making up the part that got away with the aid of a Schindler. The question isn’t is that too crazy a religious idea for you to believe. The question is, is that too crazy for Felos to believe in?

http://cait-sozblogs.blogspirit.com/archive/2005/03/11/felos_is_a_devil.html

Remember Felos’ weird claim he could crash the plane he was in merely with his thots?

George Felos' "kill with a thought" ability is shared by high-level Scientologists. Scientologists who have acquired enough demons to achieve the level of Operating Thetan VIII also claim to have the ability to "kill with a thought":
An OT VIII (the highest OT level released so far) can purportedly kill with a thought.

http://www.shipbrook.com/jeff/CoS/scijarg.html#ot

http://lisatrust.bogie.nl/legal/LMTinjunction/transcript9.html

McCabe quashes all investigations that could have saved Terri. This came from Terri’s legal team who got it over the transom from the frustrated DCF investigator I believe.

http://www.theempirejournal.com/56092_FDLE_agent_implicates_mccab.htm

The Empire Journal has learned from reliable, knowledgeable sources who spoke on condition of anonymity that this FDLE agent and another agent have given notice that if they are served with subpoenas ordering them to give the information known to them regarding alleged corruption and collusion in the case that they will tell a court about the order stifling their investigation and the alleged involvement of the alleged obstruction of justice by Bernie McCabe, state attorney for Pinellas and Pasco County.

Informed sources say that the agent, said to be personally known to Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, has given a statement in the case to attorneys for the Schindler family but that reportedly the document has not been presented to the court.

A person directly involved in this just said to me, "McCabe has a HAMMER on this." And,
a lawyer in California with lawyers on the ground in Florida said this
morning, "...ANY LAWYER WHO APPROACHES ANY COURT WITH ANY ISSUE IS
GOING TO BE HIT WITH HEAVY SANCTIONS." The judiciary wants this
murder really bad. BUT -- AT THIS PRECISE MOMENT, focus attention on
Greer-McCabe. There are serious people interested in developing a
case for capital murder if Terri dies.

What is at stake…

1) routine and publicly accepted euthanasia
2) hospices and hospitals no longer being trusted
3) good nurses driven out of healthcare because they could not participate in death camp activities
4) every community with several shiny well respected death camps in the form of their hospitals and hospices
5) government solving the social security and medicare crisis with euthanasia

Posted by: Baldwin at April 17, 2005 10:22 AM