I've always had trouble dealing with this type of case because my viewpoint is harsh. I don't think she was alive after her brain died, I also have trouble thinking that even if she somehow was able to respond to commands ever so slightly that she was alive. Coincidences happen and its impossible to know if those videos took weeks to get a convenient reaction that would be normal for a brain-dead patient in response to natural stimuli or nerve ticks. I'd like to think that she was at peace years ago, and now just a slight part has caught up to her. God forbid a situation like this or the Terri Schiavo case happen to me or anyone I know but I'd hope that no one would fight for my life even after it ended. I would never want my family to have to grieve twice.