Culture of life (death-threat edition)

| Wed Mar. 30, 2005 10:10 AM PST

From Rev. Moon's Washington Times:

A leading player in the Terri Schiavo debate is a Florida judge whose fame began five years ago when he ruled that no compelling evidence showed Mrs. Schiavo wanted to be kept alive.

Pinellas County Circuit Judge George W. Greer, 63, has held firm on that ruling, despite a sea of death threats, angry e-mails, phone calls and criticisms from disability rights groups and others that he is biased in favor of Mrs. Schiavo's husband, Michael Schiavo.

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