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February 09, 2005

Apeals court turns a deaf ear on Terri Schiavo's parents

The 2nd District Court of Appeal has backed up Judge George W. Greer's ruling that the government may interfere with a person's religious beliefs and practices without a real cause. In another transparent attempt to bypass the law so that Terri Schiavo can be murdered by the state, Judge Chris Altenbrend and the 2nd District Court of Appeals dismiss, without a written opinion (a gimmick that prevents the petitioner from appealing -- in other words denying the due process) her parents' appeal of Judge George Greer's rejection of their motion that starving their daughter to death would violate her religious liberties.

Fortunately new research has opened a new door to the hope of preventing pro-euthanasia butchers and their judicial accomplices from murdering Terri. As I blogged yesterday, new studies are showing that many believed to possess no brain function, apparently have as active brains as normal people.

But then again, the euthanasia mafia's lust from Terri's blood may, again, make them abandon any semblance of human decency and common sense.

Posted by Jack Lewis at February 9, 2005 09:35 AM

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