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On Wednesday, Anne Quiner told the Stew Peters Show that her husband Scott is facing death after Mercy Hospital in Coon Rapids, Minnesota moved to remove him from the ventilator that is keeping him alive.

Last night at midnight, Mercy(less) Hospital hired a powerful Minneapolis law firm to ensure this action moves forward, with the deadline of noon, central.

Attorney Thomas Renz has stepped in and is doing everything he can right now to keep Scott Quiner alive.

“What we know is this guy is not dying, but yet they want to kill him,” Thomas Renz told Stew Peters on Thursday. “We have a hospital that hired a law firm to argue that they have the right to murder somebody.”

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At midnight last night, Mercy Hospital actually retained one of the most powerful law firms in Minneapolis to fight the restraining order, and argue why they feel they have the right to murder a man.

Stew Peters is calling for every able bodied man and women to do what they can to save this man’s life.

Here is the contact information for MERCY HOSPITAL:

Here is the contact info for local media outlets, to ask them why they are not covering this deathly important story:
KARE 11 News: 763-546-1111
KSTP Channel 5: 612-588-6397
KMSP Channel 9: 952-944-9999

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