I've had the privilege of serving on a Grand Jury. It's just 1 day per week for 6 months. Obviously I am not permitted to talk about any cases and will certainly adhere to this rule. But I have only been exposed to a tiny fraction of what you guys/gals deal with on a daily basis with respect to what people are capable of. Now I don't mean the incredible risks that you guys/gals take on. I mean learning time and again what people have done in our society. I grew up in S FL and have seen my fair share of crime, etc. So it's not like I lived a privileged and sheltered life. But damn, I just hate hearing case after case where innocent children are the victims. It's not like these incidents are rare...unfortunately. They are much more common that I would have thought. It's sad...truly sad. I have some good friends that are law enforcement. They have a common trait of being pretty negative about people in general. A guy in my neighborhood has been in LE for a long time. He is a DEA now. He has the most negative opinion of folks I have ever seen. After enduring this experience, I can understand why now.