Thursday, March 24, 2005

Wife wanted to keep husband alive, he ruled against

Greers vociferous defense of spousal determination relating to maintenance of life issues could be a smokescreen for his penchant for death.

Judge George Greer, the Florida county jurist at the center of the Terri Schiavo case, ruled against a woman who was fighting to keep her husband alive in 2000.

While Greer has ruled consistently with husband Michael Schiavo, who seeks to terminate his wife's life by depriving of her of food and water, the parallel case suggests the judge may have a predisposition to removal of any life-support devices rather than an inclination toward the legal guardian.

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