I'm back sooner than I thought I would be — for this week, at least. Justice with Judge Jeanine was outstanding and for the first time in a long time, didn't mention the Presidential hopeful who broke the animal cruelty law of his state.
A couple of things blew me away last night. Trayvon Martin's attorney was on discussing how the family felt about Zimmerman finally being arrested. What I find most interesting is how divided people are on Zimmerman's guilt. I just don't understand how Zimmerman can have any kind of self-defense claim or stand your ground defense. He was told not to pursue Trayvon by the 911 operator but did so anyway. Moments later a teenager is dead. It's dark and a grown man is following a teen so if a fight broke out wouldn't it be Trayvon who stood his ground? I'm confused.
Judge Jeanine also spoke with the owner of a website that has been used for sex trafficking. When confronted about making millions of dollars off the torture of women and children, the owner said they've been using the financial records of the offenders to have them arrested. When asked how many they have helped prosecute the owner didn't have a direct answer.
It was a thing of beauty to witness on live TV; Judge Jeanine taking on the greedy owner of the website was like watching Wonder Woman appear sans the superhero outfit. As the owner struggled near tears to defend herself, the Judge shut her down! The whole scene gave me a sense of happiness and healing.
Judge Jeanine Pirro is better than Wonder Woman, for she's real. She's devoted her life to speaking for and defending victims. We all got to witness her defeat the bad guys last night. The only thing that would have made it any better would have been to be in the room with her.