Thing is, if Terri Shaivo was murdered, than it’s up to the state. The Federal government has no say over state criminal statutes.
It is possible to do the right thing in the wrong way, and that was the case in Congress involving itself in this case.
Also not helping is that in most of the nation, the laws aren’t clear in these kinds of cases.
Terri’s rights as a disabled person were protected under the Florida Constitution and under the American’s with Disabilities Act. The federal government has every right to involve itself when civil rights are violated.
Ah what criminal statutes did she break... the state declared her a non person (a dead body) and property of her husband to dispose of has he saw fit... that is a Federal civil right issue when a living citizen of the U.S. is declared by a state a non person with no right and property of another person