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Federal Judge Denies Petition for Restraining Order

After "look-good" legislation passed by U.S. Congress, Schindler's lawyer petitioned aFederal Judge to re-insert Terri's feeding tube until a full hearing could take place. No way, Jose'! They want Terri DEAD. Period!

As much as I regret thinking this, I must wonder aloud: "For WHOM are the Schindlers' lawyers working?!!"

As a result of the "look-good" bill passed by the U.S. Congress early last Sunday morning, they had the opportunity -- slim as it may have been -- to get real evidence in front of the federal judge. Instead of presenting the bone scans -- all evidence of abuse, neglect, and murder attempts -- by Michael, the lawyer says that "it's against Terri's religious beliefs".  Those Freemasonic, Luciferian judges do NOT give a damn about somebody's religious beliefs.

Terri's sister, Suzanne, was on Larry King Live last Friday when they pulled the plug on Terri for the third time; when asked by King: "What is his [Michael's] point in wanting this done? How does he gain by it, Suzanne?"

Suzanne answered:

"You know, Larry, I don't know. There's quite a bit of speculation out as to why he is so bent on killing Terri. You know, Michael has his family now. We agree that this is a family decision. But we are Terri's family. He has a fiancee and children, we're asking him to take care of his family and let us take care of ours.

King: "So, you don't -- you can't figure out a motive? "

Suzanne: "As I said, there's speculation out there that I've heard running around. There might be maybe -- we have evidence that something may have happened pretty ugly the night that she collapsed. And, you know, again, he received quite a bit of money back in '93. And it was shortly after that he remembered these so-called wishes that we honestly don't believe. So, let everybody else maybe put something together and figure out why he's doing this because we certainly, you know, -- it really doesn't make any sense. "

THEY DON'T KNOW??? !!! It doesn't make any sense? Check out their website at www.terrisfight.com and see for yourself what they DO know.

Why wasn't the bone scan brought out, the evidence of strangulation? There is something fishy here. Are they being wrongly advised by the lawyers? Why don't they EVER say, when the opportunity arises? that the current laws in Florida prohibit the actions against Terri, as well as the abuse and neglect she's suffered all these years by permission of the court; that Judge Greer has committed crimes against Terri and should be impeached for legislating from the bench.

Then King asked: "When the incident occurred, it was fully investigated, wasn't it?"

Suzanne answered, "No". She went on to talk about claims of eating disorders, etc. then said -- driving the point into the minds of every viewer who might just become informed if the evidence is presented -- "But again, we don't know why she collapsed that night."

Why do we all know the "reason" for Terri's collapse, as evidenced by the bone scan, and Terri' own family claims they have no idea!!!  Scottie!  Beam me up!

-- Jackie --

March 23, 2005

Here's Judge James Whittemore's decision (excerpted).



Excerpts from U.S. District Judge James Whittemore's decision Tuesday refusing to order the reinsertion of Terri Schiavo's feeding tube.

In their motion, Plaintiffs seek an order directing Defendants to Schiavo and Hospice to transport Theresa Schiavo to Morton Plant Hospital for any necessary medical treatment to sustain her life and to re-establish her nutrition and hydration.

... Upon consideration, Plaintiffs' Motion for Temporary Restraining Order is denied."

"Whether the Plaintiffs may bring claims in federal court is not the issue confronting the court today, however. The issue confronting the court is whether temporary injunctive relief is warranted."

"A district court may grant a preliminary injunction only if the moving party shows that:

1) it has substantial likelihood of success on the merits;

2) irreparable injury will be suffered unless the injunction issues;

3) the threatened injury to the movant (person bringing the motion) outweighs whatever damage the proposed injunction may cause the opposing party; and

4) if issued, the injunction would not be adverse to the public interest." "It is apparent that Theresa Schiavo will die unless temporary injunctive relief is granted. This circumstance satisfies the requirement of irreparable injury. Moreover, that threatened injury outweighs any harm the proposed injunction would cause."

"Notwithstanding these findings, it is essential that Plaintiffs establish a substantial likelihood of success on the merits, which the court finds they have not done."

"Plaintiffs offer no authority for their contention that Judge Greer (Florida Circuit Judge George Greer) compromised the fairness of the proceeding or immortality of the court by following Florida law and fulfilling his statutory responsibilities ... as presiding judge and decision maker."

"Plaintiffs conclusory allegation that Judge Greer denied Theresa Schiavo access to court by not requiring her presence is without merit."

"(T)his court concludes that Theresa Schiavo's life and liberty interests were adequately protected by the extensive process provided in the state courts."

"Plaintiffs bring Counts IV and V alleging that Theresa Schiavo's right to exercise her religion has been burdened by the state court's order to remove the feeding tube. ... That statute expressly requires, however, that "no government shall impose a substantial burden on the religious exercise of a person. ... Plaintiffs' claims fail because neither Defendant Schiavo nor Defendant Hospice are state actors."

"This court appreciates the gravity of the consequences of denying injunctive relief. Even under these difficult and time strained circumstances, however, and notwithstanding Congress' expressed interest in the welfare of Teresa Schiavo, this court is constrained to apply the law to the issues before it. As Plaintiffs have not established a substantial likelihood of success on the merits, Plaintiffs' Motion for Temporary Restraining Order must be DENIED."

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