JUDGE JEANINE (CO-HOST): What we've got to understand is that there's a war on the streets, and if you cared about the cops who go out every day and risk their lives, you've got to give them the right to defend themselves when they're confronted with a gun. Plus the one second they have to make a decision.
And that police officer only shot once and he ran and called for help and he immediately said to the kid, “Where are you shot?" to try to help him.
But don't tell me in the middle of the night at three in the morning after shots are fired, a kid's got a gun, we're supposed to worry about whether or not he is psychologically impaired or he's 13 years old. He is a criminal. This is a war. This is not the time to feel sorry for anybody. Stay off the streets and stay out of the gangs and put the guns down, and you won't have this problem.