"We may depend upon it that if Judas had ever seen, in public or in private, anything in the character of Jesus inconsistent with His claims, he would, if only to mitigate the poignancy of his remorse, have dragged it into the light of day. But conscience compelled him to testify that He whom he betrayed was innocent."- Joseph W. Kemp
Source: Sanders, J. Oswald. The Incomparable Christ. Moody Publishers, 2009: p. 139-149.