Some wrongdoings in life don't deserve any form of remission. Crimes committed towards the defenseless; especially children... are truly unforgivable. PERIOD. Mere mortals like us are wired to protect our family at all cost...a cost some took to the extreme by stepping above the law and taking matters into their own hands... literally. But what about law enforcers who were sworn in to protect the people regardless of what their backstories were? Do they look past the ethical dilemma and help the 'victim'? Or do they look the other way like what most people would do just so as to ease their conscience? Doctors are bound by the Hippocratics oath to save everyone on the operating table regardless of who they are and what they had done.....law enforcers shouldn't be any different either. The constant weighing of 'Ethics vs. Professionalism' is probably something that our frontline heroes have to deal with on a daily basis.
'There's no absolution for what I did.' Jamie's reaction after hearing these words from the rehabilitated sex offender was intriguing. Couldn't really tell if that was the police officer shaking his head disagreeing to the fact that the guy wanted to get beaten up, or the empathatic Jamie coming to terms that sometimes, the law just doesn't really protect everyone as equally as it was written. Our society do not condone vigilante justice, but again, nobility can be a luxury you can't afford to have when you are protecting your own children. Does everyone deserve to have a second chance? #willestes #Bluebloods #jamiereagan #BB8x09 @willestes101 @bluebloods_cbs