Judge Jeanine Pirro Reports From Colorado: "Today It’s Clear That They Are In Pain"
From the airplane, I looked down on Denver and I couldn't help but wonder how the people were getting through one of the worst mass shootings in U.S. history.
Today it’s clear that they are in pain.
We pulled up to the Aurora theater, it seemed quiet, almost peaceful and I imagined the pandemonium that occurred just 24 hours ago. The silence is almost deafening.
It’s the same at every crime scene. There's security and safety that law enforcement now brings to a location once permeated by havoc and evil.
Most people here are still in shock. We went to a TGI Fridays in the same mall complex as the theater. The waitress had a friend killed in theater 9 and yet she still came to work today. So near to where her friend lost his life.
The cops I have spoken to are exhausted but still on duty and in high gear.
It’s clear that the people here are resilient and will continue to try to work through the horror they've experienced that none of us can comprehend.
-Judge Jeanine Pirro
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