This is a partial transcript from "On the Record," March 29, 2005, that has been edited for clarity.

GRETA VAN SUSTEREN, HOST: Forty-seven protesters have been arrested, including 10-year-old Josh Heldreth. Josh was arrested when he tried to bring Terri Schiavo a cup of water. Josh joins us now from Charlotte, North Carolina, along with his father Scott Heldreth. Josh, tell me what happened when you got arrested?

JOSH HELDRETH, ARRESTED AT HOSPICE: Well we — They put us in the van and then they drove us to juvenile hall and asked us questions and printed our fingers and took in pictures of us.

VAN SUSTEREN: Was it bad, Josh?


VAN SUSTEREN: Was it bad?


VAN SUSTEREN: What were you doing down there, Josh?

JOSH HELDREDTH: Trying to save Mrs. Schiavo’s life and give her water.

VAN SUSTEREN: Scott, were you arrested?

SCOTT HELDRETH, FATHER OF JOSH: No, I was not. I stayed out of jail to make sure my son was released and that there were not going to be any complications with his release.

VAN SUSTEREN: Scott, how far did you travel to go down to Pinellas Park, Florida?

SCOTT HELDRETH: Well, we’re up here in Charlotte, North Carolina, so about a 12-hour drive down.

VAN SUSTEREN: What was it, Scott, that got you interested in this? What’s the basis of your faith in this?

SCOTT HELDRETH: Well, as a family, we’ve been praying for Terri’s life for years. We originally lived down near where she’s at in Bradenton, Florida, so we had been praying for her. And it just worked out timing wise to be able to go down. Me and Josh to go down and to be with her and try to help her in her time of need when we went down last week on Thursday.

VAN SUSTEREN: Joshua, what do you know that’s going on with Terri? What do you know about her?

JOSH HELDRETH: I know that they’re starving her to death and they won’t give her food or water. It’s wrong.

VAN SUSTEREN: Do you know anything about her condition or how she even got into this problem?

JOSH HELDRETH: Well, I don’t know.

VAN SUSTEREN: Are you going to go back, Josh, if you have the chance?

JOSH HELDRETH: Yes. I would go back if I had the chance and try to save her life.

VAN SUSTEREN: Scott, do you have any intention of going back?

SCOTT HELDRETH: Well, at this point, unfortunately, it seems like the response is very poor by the Christian community in the political arena, and unfortunately we really feel at this point we’re left with prayer, that God would do a miracle that something miraculous would change and that this nation would turn from this course of death we seem to be on and turn back to life.

VAN SUSTEREN: All right. Scott, Josh, thank you both very much for joining us.

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