|via NBC Miami|
Justice, or even injustice, is a concept often taken for granted as a function of democracy served in a courtroom. That is, until weeks like this come along and we are reminded of what happens when people take justice into their own hands, in and out of the courts. Sometimes it's ugly; at times, it's funny; and in the worst cases, it results in courtroom justice being served to the renegade personal justice-server. Here are the Juice's Top Five "Justice Is Served" moments of the week...
"...bifidus regularis," which "helps naturally regulate your digestive system." We've all heard those Activia commercials, and we've all thought, "Yes, it would be great to have a digestive system as regular as Jamie Lee Curtis's." Well, it looks like the yogurt over promises and under delivers. Dannon settled state and federal investigations for $21 million.
This is only one year after the yogurt giant settled a class action lawsuit for $35 million.
This story is actually quite sad, and still presents many unanswered questions, but when a Fort Lauderdale woman allegedly lights her boyfriend's crotch on fire, it pretty much defines taking justice into one's own hands. NBC Miami aptly draws a connection to the Lorena Bobbitt story
. Police arrested the woman for aggravated assault.