Tuesday, May 03, 2005


Pasco Circuit Judge George Greer, who was thrust into the national spotlight and scrutinized by pro-life advocates during the Terri Schiavo case, was a consistent judge who followed the law, colleagues say.

His professionalism and integrity was punctuated by the way he handled the Schiavo case, said Alan Scott Miller, a New Port Richey lawyer and member of the West Pasco Bar Association.

As part of Law Week, which kicks off today, the association will award Greer, 63, its Special Justice Award.

What the hell is going on here? Now this rat judge will be given an award for pulling the plug on an innocent woman? How sick! Check this quote out from one of his 'collegues' in the corrupt Florida judicial system:
"He's getting this award for all of his contributions on the bench, not just the Schiavo case," Miller said. "It's like a lifetime achievement award for an actor."

A "lifetime" achievement award? This guy should be given a life sentence for putting an innocent woman to death, not receive an award for it...