How do you know that? Maybe he tried to come up with an argument that would support her restraining order but she just didn't present legally sufficient evidence.
You do not seem to understand that not much is needed for a restraining order.
That depends on whether it is a TRO (temporary restrainig order), preliminary injunction, or permanent injunction. It's very presumptious to assert that the judge did nothing to try to help the estranged wife in question without examining the record in the case. You seem to be judging Greer without carefully examining the facts while at the same time criticizing him for doing so.
AH yet Greer granted none of what you mentioned. Even the lowest standard of proof is needed for TRO.
I could get one with no other proof other than a police report.