He is a self-righteous, vicious and violent monster who should never have sat on the bench.
I'm reminded of the German judge who acquitted Veit Harlan, the producer/director of the viciously anti-semitic film, Jew Suss, of war crimes related to the production. During the war he had a gypsy woman beheaded for stealing a head scarf during an air raid. The judge should have been in Spandau, not on the bench.
"It may be that our role on this planet is not to worship God but to create him." -Arthur C. Clarke