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March 19, 2005

What's REALLY Driving the Death Train for Terri! EXPLOSIVE Revelations About Judge Greer and Pinellas County "Guardians!"

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"If you had found a way to steal thousands of dollars from wealthy elderly, where would you find the most victims? Yes, Florida is the first state that comes to my mind."

Sherri at Straight Up With Sherri seems to be saying that she never bought into the “right to die” issue being the real impetus behind the "cause." She believes it to be as much spin as the term “reproductive rights” is for abortion. "Right to die" is spin, but spin for what? She says that while she knew evil exists and admits that, like most of us, she can’t understand the rational of being in favor of killing people, she felt there just had to be more than a pro-death “belief.”

According to Sherri, she thinks that she has found what is behind this “belief,” and it doesn't have anything to do with "death with dignity." You are going to be shocked at what she found, and it has a lot to do with the Pinellas county court system, and especially, Judge George Greer. Read more ...

Posted by richard at March 19, 2005 12:23 AM


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Comments

In some of my other comments, I have mentioned an article published by The Empire Journal on March 13 titled "Schiavogate ... The Big Cover Up" (http://www.theempirejournal.com/0313055_schiavogate_the_big_cove.htm), which exposes collusion among officials in all three branches in Florida. Part of the collusion chaos mentioned there is exactly the guardianship chaos (see the last section of that article--"Clerk Required To Do Annual Review". Guess what? After publishing that article, the web site of that journal was hacked. Several Schiavo articles were removed, including the schiavogate; so were a number of links to past articles in Schiavo archive. The hacker(s) is still trying to shut down that web site. The publishers believe many of their articles must have hit a major nerve of a vast corruption.

By the way, The Empire Journal is still trying to restore its web site from the hack attack. If the above link does not work, please go to the main page of that site (www.theempirejournal.com) and then scroll down to March 13 to get the article. Besides, on the main page, you will also find other links to additional collusion articles.

Posted by: Miranda at March 19, 2005 1:37 AM

The link to "Schiavogate ... The Big Cover Up" should be the following instead:

http://www.theempirejournal.com/0313055_schiavogate_the_big_cove.htm

Sorry for the typo in my earlier comment.

Posted by: Miranda at March 19, 2005 1:42 AM

Stop posting fake stories! I doubt they would work for 15 years to get some real estate from Terri. God... You're completely discrediting this blog.

Posted by: Mike From Tampa at March 19, 2005 1:48 AM

Mike from Tampa
Disdredit This!

www.JusticeForFloridaSeniors.org


No one is making up stories. WAKE UP....Unjust State Court rulings are the dip stick of unjust public policy. When states can no longer adjust their own injustices, then the US Congress DOES has the right to investigate and legislate. Congressional Investigation and Federal Review usually leads to improved Federal Mandates that clarify (and enforce) Constitutional issues...ie Civil Rights '60's, Education of the handicapped 1972, The repeal of prohibition.

Posted by: JoMarley at March 19, 2005 2:45 AM

IT IS AS EASY AS THIS.

IF YOU DON'T HAVE A LIVING WILL YOU MUST NOT KILL!!

Posted by: Linda at March 19, 2005 12:17 PM

As someone who has been involved in guardianship matters in New York, I can tell you that it is an area that requires extreme honesty and care on the part of lawyers, judges and those who are appointed as guardians. New York just did a drastic reform of its guardianship law because of the same problems mentioned in your article. Judges pick the lawyers, pick the guardians, and put them in charge of massive amounts of money. The judge then authorizes the same people to receive fees for their service. Unfortunately, it has been used as a slush fund by some judges to reward their friends. It sounds like Florida needs to do a major overhaul. Once the light is shining on how assets have been handed out, judges and others may not look too good.

Posted by: lourdes at March 19, 2005 12:26 PM

The state Governor of Florida seems pretty chummy with Victor Gambone (the sleaze who runs the hospice)

See the lovely family photo.

http://www.fmda.org/about.html

Now who wants to bet he will twiddle his thumbs and hold back his brother while the poor woman dies.

Posted by: Maobi at March 19, 2005 12:51 PM

Linda,
How marvelously simple and concise! Bravo to you.

"If there is no living will..you must not kill!

Perfect.

Posted by: JoMarley at March 19, 2005 1:30 PM