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FLORIDA BAR GROUPS "HONOR" GEORGE GREER, THE JUDGE WHO MURDERED TERRI SCHIAVO

Michael A. Peroutka
Aug. 9, 2005

Dear Friends of the Constitutional Republic,

"Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter!" --- Isaiah 5:20.

I will never write about events more depraved, despicable and, yes, diabolical, than what the members of two bar associations in Florida have done. On May 5, the West Pasco Bar Association "honored" the career of George Greer, the Pinellas-Pasco Circuit Judge who ordered the starvation murder of Terri Schiavo.

During a banquet at the Heritage Springs Golf And Country Club in Trinity, Florida, Greer was given a "Special Justice Award" for, in part, what the "Tampa Tribune" newspaper called "his handling of the emotionally and politically charged Schiavo case." It is said that when Greer got his award, he received a one-minute standing ovation.

Commenting approvingly on this award, 2nd District Court of Appeals Judge Morris Silberman says: "What Judge Greer did, and what judges in general do, is they look for guidance in the law, and they come up with the best answers they can within the law."

But, this is a bald-faced lie. There is no law that mandates the murder of an innocent human being --- which Terri Schiavo most assuredly was. Thus, Greer's ordering her murder was the WORST answer he could have given. The ordering of the murder of Terri Schiavo was AGAINST the law.

First and most importantly, Greer violated God's Law which prohibits murder. In fact, Greer had previously bragged about not being governed by God's Law. In a story about him in the "St. Petersburgh Times," a reporter told how Greer pointed to his outer office saying: "There are no Ten Commandments out there" --- meaning, I guess, that unlike former Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy S. Moore, the Ten Commandments were not posted anywhere in or near his office.

This article also quoted Greer as saying: "My oath is to follow the law, and if I can't follow the law, I need to step down." He added, referring to the criticism he had gotten from Christians, that these critics "have nothing to do with my relationship with God. They can't affect it."

None of this, however, needed to have been said. It is obvious from his ordering the murder of Terri Schiavo that Greer could not care less what God says about murder. He did NOT "follow the law" because no law requires the murder of any innocent human being. But, it's true that no critic can affect Greer's relationship with God because, arguably, in the context within which I am speaking, he has no relationship --- certainly no relationship he believes requires him to obey God!

The "Tampa Tribune" quotes Greer as saying: "These past several years have been a bit trying." He has reportedly received death threats and emails calling him a murderer.

A "St. Petersburg Times" story says that "to celebrate Greer's resolve" the Clearwater Bar Association created the "George W. Greer Judicial Independence Award" as part of its annual "Law Day" luncheon. The chairman of this group, F. Wallace Pope, Jr., is paraphrased as saying about Greer that "he stood his ground based on the law."

Commenting on this award, Greer says: "I've had better years. But, this is very gratifying, for sure. These are the folks that know what the rule of law means. When they appreciate the fact that you've done a good job, it is humbling."

But, of course, if the Clearwater Bar Association really knew what the rule of law means they would have been calling for Greer's disbarment and censure, not giving him an award. And while it's undoubtedly true that Greer has received death threats, Terri Schiavo got more than a death THREAT from Greer. She was actually murdered by him.

A footnote: George Felos, the ghoulish, death-loving lawyer for Terri's ex-husband who abandoned her and fought unceasingly for her to be murdered, is quoted in the "St. Petersburg Times" as saying: "I hope that future generations and future lawyers will cite Schiavo. At least they'll see that in our generation, the courts stood up to tests against freedom." But, no, the opposite is true. All those who advocated the murder of Terri were AGAINST freedom, against her God-given right to life.

For God, Family and the Republic,

Michael A. Peroutka


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