I appreciate you are speaking in general, but I am sure there are some specifics on which you base this opinion. It is hard to debate such an assertion without some support. As far as the law, I am pretty sure that the legislation brought by Congress and the President only gave the Federal Court the authority or jurisdiction to review the case. Greer had no authority over this. The review was denied by a Fed court, not a state one. There was, I believe, another law passed by the Florida legislature called Terri's law that was struck down by the Florida Supreme Court as unconstitutional, but this was some time in late 2004.