Judas is the disciple who betrays Jesus. Although it is obvious the disciples trust Judas because they vote him to be their treasurer, little else is known about him. The Bible simply states that Judas is entered by the devil at the time of the betrayal. Judas sells information about Jesus' whereabouts to the Jews who wish to deliver him to the Roman government. Later, when he realizes what he has done, Judas kills himself.