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March 28, 2005

Must be torture

FoxNews reports that George Greer, who ordered the torture and execution of Terri Schiavo on behalf of her adulterous husband is having a hard time. His church kicked him out, protestors surround his house, he is under constant police protection due to the numerous death threats he has received. The Judge that FoxNews erroneously refers to as a “Conservative Christian” (among numerous other errors FoxNews has made in the past few weeks -- but then the other media outlets are far worse) ran for the bench in 1992 after the, as yet unexplained, death of his parents. Reported to be in a tight political circle with the district attorney and the local sheriff, Judge Greer's career had already been marked with idiocy and a lack of compassion.

Now Greer's own family is also under police protection, and a North Carolina man has already been arrested for putting a $50,000 bounty of Greer's head. Some seem surprised, but such a reaction was predicted long ago.

In a sort of ghastly simplicity we remove the organ and demand the function. We make men without chests and expect of them virtue and enterprise. We laugh at honor and are shocked to find traitors in our midst. We castrate and bid the gelding be fruitful. -- C. S. Lewis

Greer has made a mockery of the law, and of the sanctity of life, is it any wonder some would want him dead?

Pat Anderson, Attorney for the Schindlers is quoted as saying:

"A lawyer told me when I first got involved in this case that he (Greer) does not have a reverse on his transmission. He apparently is too prideful to say 'I made a mistake. I made a mistake because I didn't have all the information and I am sorry I made a mistake."'

Like I tell my kids, you have to live with the consequences of your decisions.

Posted by Danny Carlton at March 28, 2005 08:31 AM

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