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Crowds Protest Rapist Sentenced to Only 30 Days in Jail

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Cherice Morales was a student that was raped by her teacher, Stacey Dean Rambold (male). After being raped, Cherice committed suicide in 2010, before the trial began. She did not get a chance to testify before Judge Baugh. The judge sentenced her rapist to only 30 days in jail. He claimed Cherice, the child, was in control of the situation.

Hundreds of protestors gathered in front of a Billings, Montana courthouse after Judge Baugh sentenced a rapist to 30 days in prison.

Hundreds of protestors gathered in front of a Billings, Montana courthouse after Judge Baugh sentenced a rapist to 30 days in prison.

The rape victim, Cherice Morales, committed suicide in 2010, before the trial began. She did not testify before Judge Baugh. Her rapist now faces a month in jail.

The rape victim, Cherice Morales, committed suicide in 2010, before the trial began. She did not testify before Judge Baugh. Her rapist now faces a month in jail.

I made some references to the victims age and control, Baugh told CNN affiliate KTVQ. It didnt come out correct. What I said was demeaning to all women, not what I believe in, and irrelevant to the sentencing.

I made some references to the victims age and control, Baugh told CNN affiliate KTVQ. It didnt come out correct. What I said was demeaning to all women, not what I believe in, and irrelevant to the sentencing.

Thousands of people have also signed a petition for the judges resignation.

Thousands of people have also signed a petition for the judges resignation.

The judge claimed that the CHILD victim was in control of the situation and older than her chronological years.

The judge claimed that the CHILD victim was in control of the situation and older than her chronological years.

Thousands of people are outraged over the judge”s ruling. Prosecutors are looking into the trial and his ruling has caused endless protests. Not only that, but multiple online petitions, seeking to remove the judge from his office, were started on MoveOn.Org, Change.Org, and ThePetitionSite.Com, and spread quickly on twitter. All the petitions combined have over 70,500 signatures.

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