Roni was left to fight a fight that few could win.
She filled with rage while holding her baby, now covered in bruises. Pleading prayers to a God that wouldn't protect her. Forced to push back murderous plots in her head. After all, her son and daughter relied on her training to dispense justice---not revenge. To defend her baby, she took her own beating in front of a judge and vowed to make them pay.
Five years later, she would again face that same system. This time she was a huntress of fugitives---a bounty hunter. A newfound badge of redemption propelled her into the spotlight.
Exploited, threatened and sued, she continued her mission.
But she found her biggest challenge in the case of human trafficking, the deaths of six young women, and two serial killers.