Jesus saved an adulteress from being executed (Jn 8:1ff). He made sure that justice was not done. In doing this, He did nothing for the victims of the adulteress' sin-crime. Jesus seems to have disregarded the broken hearts of the spouse or spouses cheated on, the disturbed and confused families traumatized by the adultery, and the moral climate of that society further warped by sin. Jesus' mercy to the adulteress seems unjust to and even merciless to her victims.
However, shortly afterward, Jesus was in agony the night before His crucifixion. Here Jesus assured justice and mercy for all victims by deciding to atone for all sins, heal all broken hearts, restore all families, and transform all human societies. Jesus, by becoming the ultimate Victim on Calvary, gave justice and mercy, love and life to all the victims and victimizers — to all the innocent victims and guilty ones.
Victims and victimizers, give your lives to Jesus, the Victim-Victor, and share in His victory.