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February 24, 2005

Gifts for Terri: 48-hours and a CPF investigation.

Yesterday the infamous Pinellas-Pasco Circuit Court Judge George Greer extended the stay of Terri Schiavo's murder for 48 hours while he continues to pretend to debate the matter. Meanwhile the Florida Department of Children and Family Services after a conspicuous silence in the case has finally decided to actually do the job they're being paid (by the taxpayers of Florida) to do, and filed a “petition for intervention”' minutes before Circuit Judge George Greer took the bench.

Pro-Euthanasia activist attorney George Felos, who has allegedly taken, in “legal fees,” the bulk of the money left to Terri for her medical care, is outraged that her murder is being delayed.

“It's no secret that the politicians were saying yesterday in Tallahassee that if there was anything they could think of [to keep Terri Schiavo alive] they would...The DCF is part of the executive branch and Jeb Bush heads the executive branch,.”

Were Terri to receive the therapy many medical experts say could lead to a partial recovery, Felos would be in danger of legal action to recover the money he and Terri's so-called husband pilfered from her settlement.

Media coverage:

Stay extended in Schiavo case
Pinellas judge extends stay, DCF jumps into Schiavo case
Governor Jeb Bush May Have Found a Way to Help Terri Schiavo
DCF Enters Schiavo Case
Florida Steps Back Into Fight Over Feeding Tube for Woman
Stay extended in Schiavo case until Friday; Florida state agency seeks to intervene
Miracles Continue in Schiavo’s Right-to-Life Case
State re-enters feeding-tube fight
In Schiavo Case, Gov. Bush Seeks Delay to Probe Abuse Allegations

Sites of interest:

ProLifeBlogs: Terri Schiavo Aggregator

Posted by Jack Lewis at February 24, 2005 11:03 AM

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