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Thursday, June 17, 2004

State Ordered Torture-Murder
The Statists Intend To Establish
Their "Right" To Order The Torture
Unto Death Of Any Innocent
Today It is Terri Shindler.
Tomorrow It May Be You

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Please read the article below....a story which includes the
statements of a gloating and despicable man and that of his pro death

Two men, Michael Schiavo of Clearwater, Fl and George Felos of
Dunedin, Florida, who continue to show their intent on murdering a
disabled woman while keeping her caged like an animal in social
isolation waiting again for them to starve her to death!

Each of us need to please take 10 minutes of our day, and place one
call and write one letter to the White house. 

Encourage friends and family to do the same.  PLEASE!


President Bush we need you to come to  Florida and save one of YOUR
OWN fellow Americans before it is again too late! 

They are trying to close in on Terri like the Nazi's closed the doors
and gassed thousands!

Do SOMETHING NOW before a corrupt judicial system makes a terrible
mistake by allowing a mentally deranged and estranged spouse to
commit murder on a disabled woman in the state of Florida.



Take ownership of this problem as the President of the United States
and end this travesty! 

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Schiavo case to highest court
The Florida Supreme Court will decide the fate of "Terri's Law" in a
move that bypasses the 2nd District Court of Appeal.

By WILLIAM R. LEVESQUE, Times Staff Writer
Published June 17, 2004

ST. PETERSBURG - The Florida Supreme Court agreed Wednesday to decide
whether a controversial state law that extended the life of Terri
Schiavo is constitutional, bypassing a lower appeals court. In a 4 to
3 vote, the high court accepted jurisdiction of the case involving
"Terri's Law." The law was passed by state legislators last October
and allowed Gov. Jeb Bush to order the reinsertion of the feeding
tube that was sustaining Mrs. Schiavo's life.

Attorneys for Mrs. Schiavo's husband, Michael Schiavo, said the decision by the Supreme
Court to bypass the 2nd District Court of Appeal probably will shave
as much as 10 months from the appeals process. "We're very pleased,"
said George Felos, Michael Schiavo's lead attorney. "This case is not
just about Terri Schiavo. This law has a chilling effect over
Floridians making end-of-life choices for their loved ones."

Jacob DiPietre, a spokesman for Bush, said, "We look forward to making our
case to the Supreme Court about why the Legislature and the governor
should partner with the courts in protecting our most vulnerable

A Pinellas-Pasco circuit judge ruled in May that the law
was unconstitutional. His order was quickly appealed to the 2nd DCA,
which recommended earlier this month that the high court take the
case. The Supreme Court can accept jurisdiction of appeals, bypassing
the lower appeals court, on issues of great public importance that
require immediate resolution, Felos said.

"Nobody in their right mind doesn't believe it was going to the Florida Supreme Court anyway,"
said Howard Simon, executive director of the American Civil Liberties
Union of Florida, which also represents Michael Schiavo.

Oral arguments were scheduled for Aug. 31, and the court emphasized that
no continuance would be granted unless lawyers could demonstrate an
"extreme hardship."

DiPietre said the governor hopes the Supreme
Court will consider postponing proceedings in the case until other
issues are resolved by a Pinellas-Pasco probate judge who is
considering a motion to remove Michael Schiavo as his wife's

Schiavo sued Bush when his wife's feeding tube was
reinserted after it had been removed for six days. His lawyers argue
the law violates Mrs. Schiavo's right to privacy and other provisions
of the Florida Constitution. But Bush's attorneys said the law is
necessary to provide an extra layer of protection for a disabled
adult who cannot protect herself.

Mrs. Schiavo, 40, has been in what her husband says is a vegetative state (they are still reporting an incorrect diagnosis..not that ANY diagnosis legalizes murder!) since
she suffered cardiac arrest on Feb. 25, 1990.

Doctors think she suffered a chemical imbalance that may have been related to bulimia.
Schiavo says his wife, who he contends cannot recover, would not want
to be kept alive artificially. Her parents, Bob and Mary Schindler,
disagree and have waged a bitter court battle to keep her alive. A
Pinellas-Pasco circuit judge sided with Michael Schiavo in 2000.

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