Judge Jeanine Pirro Answers Boston Terror Mom

Jack Kemp
Judge Jeanine Pirro, a former District Attorney and star of her own program on Fox Television, answered the outlandish public statements of Zubeidat Tsarnaeva, the mother of the two Boston terrorists. Answering the outlandish questions, "Why didn't you send him to Guantanamo or whatever? Why did they have to kill him?" Pirro points out this is an admission of knowledge that Zubeidat's dead son was a terrorist.

Pirro also takes the Obama administration to task for sending a federal judge to read her surviving son his rights and thus ending an FBI interrogation. And she, as a lawyer, asks about Gov. Deval Patrick's decision to not "reveal what kind of taxpayer assistance Tamerlan got on grounds of privacy." Her reply is:

Privacy? What privacy?

Governor, you take our money and give it to this guy, and you want to protect his privacy? You want to protect his rights?

He's dead. He's a terrorist. He has no rights. But it's okay to invade my privacy, and publish my name and where I live on an interactive map, because I am a lawful gun owner.

Jeanine Pirro, the former District Attorney of Westchester County who prosecuted many felons, was put at greater personal risk when her address was put on the infamous interactive webpage of people registered to have a gun by the Journal News.

According to a 2005 New York Times profile, Jeanine Pirro is of Lebanese Catholic decent. She is everything that the Tsarnaev family is not. Pirro's video is about seven and one half minutes long and can be seen on American Thinker or YouTube.

Judge Jeanine Pirro, a former District Attorney and star of her own program on Fox Television, answered the outlandish public statements of Zubeidat Tsarnaeva, the mother of the two Boston terrorists. Answering the outlandish questions, "Why didn't you send him to Guantanamo or whatever? Why did they have to kill him?" Pirro points out this is an admission of knowledge that Zubeidat's dead son was a terrorist.

Pirro also takes the Obama administration to task for sending a federal judge to read her surviving son his rights and thus ending an FBI interrogation. And she, as a lawyer, asks about Gov. Deval Patrick's decision to not "reveal what kind of taxpayer assistance Tamerlan got on grounds of privacy." Her reply is:

Privacy? What privacy?

Governor, you take our money and give it to this guy, and you want to protect his privacy? You want to protect his rights?

He's dead. He's a terrorist. He has no rights. But it's okay to invade my privacy, and publish my name and where I live on an interactive map, because I am a lawful gun owner.

Jeanine Pirro, the former District Attorney of Westchester County who prosecuted many felons, was put at greater personal risk when her address was put on the infamous interactive webpage of people registered to have a gun by the Journal News.

According to a 2005 New York Times profile, Jeanine Pirro is of Lebanese Catholic decent. She is everything that the Tsarnaev family is not. Pirro's video is about seven and one half minutes long and can be seen on American Thinker or YouTube.