Thursday, March 24, 2005


The U.S. Supreme Court turned down Terri Schiavo's parents Thursday, declining to intervene to keep the brain-damaged woman alive, but their supporters pressed a last-ditch effort in Florida courts.

As the sun came up here in California, the sun apparantly was told to set on Terri Shiavo's life by the 9 tyrannical black robed thugs on the Supreme Court. Options are running slim for Terri at this point. Please pray for her as these last hours pass by - whatever the outcome may be....

There is still some slim glimmer of hope from Jeb Bush:
Florida Gov. Jeb Bush filed a request to take custody of Terri Schiavo on Thursday after the U.S. Supreme Court once again refused to order the severely brain-damaged woman's feeding tube reinserted.

And then there's this VERY interesting story coming out of THE EMPIRE JOURNAL today:
Terri Schiavo’s life could be saved by a piece of paper.

A simple subpoena.

When a top ranking agent of the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) opened a criminal investigation in the case of Terri Schindler-Schiavo, he was called into his supervisor’s office and told to shut down the investigation not once, but twice.

The Empire Journal has learned from reliable, knowledgeable sources who spoke on condition of anonymity that this FDLE agent and another agent have given notice that if they are served with subpoenas ordering them to give the information known to them regarding alleged corruption and collusion in the case that they will tell a court about the order stifling their investigation and the alleged involvement of the alleged obstruction of justice by Bernie McCabe, state attorney for Pinellas and Pasco County.

Informed sources say that the agent, said to be personally known to Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, has given a statement in the case to attorneys for the Schindler family but that reportedly the document has not been presented to the court.

Such information could be enough for a court-ordered injunction to immediately reinsert the feeding tube of Terri Schiavo in that a high ranking police officer has determined there is sufficient probable cause that crimes have been committed in the Schiavo case. Such new evidence could be sufficient to order a new trial in the case.

It could also give reasonable cause for Gov. Bush to immediately take Terri Schiavo into protective custody and save her life.