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March 25, 2006
Michael Schiavo Lawyer Featured at Toronto 'Right to Die' Conference
Yes, they have an agenda:
TORONTO, March 24, 2006 (LifeSiteNews.com) - The World Federation of Right to Die Societies is having its 16th biennial conference in Toronto and is featuring George Felos as a keynote speaker. Felos was the "right to die" activist lawyer that propelled Michael Schiavo's case through the courts to have his disabled wife Terri starved and dehydrated to death.
Calling him "a nationally recognized expert in right-to die cases, and lawyer for Terri Schiavo, the Canadian euthanasia and assisted suicide group, Dying with Dignity, has booked Felos to speak at the conference opening in Toronto September 7. Speaker topics will include, "Nudging the Law - How to Move Legalized Aid-in-Dying Forward."
Felos is a major shaker in the effort to make euthanasia legal in the US. His years as the lawyer who fought off the Schindler family's attempts to save Terri's life made him an international star in the "right to die" movement.
But Felos is more than just a lawyer with a cause. He has been described as a New Age guru and has authored a book titled, "Litigation as Spiritual Practice" and his autobiography describes his bizarre spiritualist beliefs including in reincarnation. He claimed to have received mystical locutions from Terri before her court-ordered dehydration death.
He told the St. Petersburg (Florida) Times, in 2001, "I believe that Christ was God incarnate and was resurrected. But, by the same token, I believe that there were other incarnations of God as well."
Posted by tim at March 25, 2006 5:30 PM
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