- The Klayman Lawfirm
- Offices in Miami, Florida and Washington, D.C.
- FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - March 24, 2005
- KLAYMAN & KEYES ASK JEB BUSH TO "PARDON"
- Use of Executive Power Appropriate Under the Circumstances
- MIAMI -- Larry Klayman, former Chairman of Judicial Watch
and 2004 U.S. Senate Candidate in Florida, and Alan Keyes, former Presidential
Candidate, has asked Florida Governor Jeb Bush to use the powers he has
been granted by the citizens of the state of Florida, under its Constitution,
to save Terri Schaivo's life.
- Larry Klayman stated, "Since Governor Jeb Bush is
the supreme executive power of the state of Florida, he has the right and
duty to step in and, in effect, pardon Terri Schaivo from the death sentence
that has been unduly placed upon her by the court system."
- The Schaivo case presents a vacuum for the judicial system
-- because it failed to act to save Terri's life -- and Klayman and Keyes
and all Americans that want to see justice done would like for that vacuum
to be filled before it is too late.
- Larry Klayman met the General Counsel to Governor Jeb
Bush at 2:00 PM Wednesday. During their meeting, Klayman out outlined the
legal justification for Governor Jeb Bush to act, and in so doing, will
present what is in effect a legal brief prepared by Alan Keyes and approved
- Keyes and Klayman expect to meet with Governor Jeb Bush
personally today. Klayman will stress that time is of the essence, that
Terri can die at any moment.
- Larry Klayman is legal counsel for William Greene,s RightMarch.com
and Alan Keyes, Declaration Alliance, both of which have been active in
supporting life for Terri Schiavo.
- CONTACT: To interview Larry Klayman
- THE KLAYMAN LAWFIRM MIAMI OFFICE
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