Saturday, April 02, 2005

Agency Had 89 Abuse Reports on Schiavo

NewsMax.com reporting...

Florida's Department of Children and Families had received nearly 90 allegations that Michael Schiavo had abused his wife in recent years - but a Florida judge ruled yesterday that DCF summaries of those allegations must remain secret.

The St. Petersburg Times and the Tampa Tribune had filed suit for the release of the abuse summaries, which covered 89 reports - the Times said Friday. But state Judge George Greer ruled Friday the records belong to DCF, and although Terri Schiavo's husband can have access to the abuse files, the records cannot be made public, the Associated Press reported.

During a hearing Thursday, just hours after Terri Schiavo died, DCF attorney Jennifer Lima-Smith asked Greer to keep its records sealed, saying, "It's time to end this case."


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The fix is in!

1 Comments:

At 4:26 AM, Blogger JuniperWillow said...

SECRET?
THEM SEALING TERRI SHIAVOS RECORDS REMINDS ME OF THE DAYS BEFORE THE FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT, OF ALIENS, AND THE DENIAL OF AREA 51,
IT IS SO SCARY THAT ONE MAN WHO OBVIOUSLY IS A FRIEND 0F ATTY FELOS CAN SEAL HER RECORDS, HELLO, DO WE HAVE ANY HIGHER GOVT THAN THE DISHONORABLE "JUDGE" GREER?
THAT CAN MAKE HIM ACCOUNT FOR HIS ACTIONS IN SEALING ALL OF THIS?

 

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