80. Judas Iscariot.
Some of the disciples, particularly Judas Iscariot, complained that the perfume was a luxury which could have been used for charity, but Jesus saw the love in Mary's action. He neither judged her nor felt guilty himself, but he explained to them that this was proper as preparation for his body's burial.
Judas Iscariot, who seemed to have some ulterior motive for the use of the money, agreed to turn Jesus over to the high priests in some secluded place.