Florida Circuit Court Judge George Greer will go down in infamy as the judge who several times in 2005 sided with Michael Schiavo to order the murder of Terri Schiavo via depravation of food and water. However, he will pose no more threat to innocent and helpless people (hopefully) as he has announced his retirement.
Lifenews carries an account of his retirement, with a brief recap of the 2005 murder. In it we hear of the outcry against Greer's decision. His wife relates, "It was absolute hell, it truly was — we were captive in our own home.” She also said that they once received a delivery of dead flowers. “I opened the card and it said: ‘no food, no water.’” Well, boo-hoo, sniff-sniff! Grab a hanky and shed a tear! They were captive in their home? They weren't captive in the way that Terri was, surrounded by malevolent staff and ex-husband intent on her extermination, denied vists by her parents and friends. Moreover, if she thinks the flowers looked bad, perhaps she can ponder those shriveled up remnants and understand the state to which her husband helped reduce Terri! Sorry, Patricia - I feel not one shred of pity for your traumatized little feel-bads!
I pray that Greer wakes up to the fact that he put an innocent woman through a brutal murder. Perhaps he can ponder the historical fate of Pontius Pilate, who unjustly condemned Jesus Christ to crucifixion. He needs to repent of his mortal sin of being a formal accomplice to murder. Else, his immortal soul is in grave jeopardy.
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