Montana Rapist Released From Jail, Victim's Mom Says He's 'Skating' Justice

A Montana teacher whose rape case drew national attention after a judge gave him a lenient sentence was released from jail Thursday – to the victim’s mother outrage, who says the teacher is “skating” justice.

Protests erupted after District Judge G. Todd Baugh sentenced Stacey Rambold to 30 days in prison for raping 14-year-old Cherice Moralez, who ended up committing suicide. Protesters were outraged over comments the judge made that appeared to pin some of the blame on Moralez.

Tears streamed down Auliea Hanlon's face as she described the emotions that have at times overwhelmed her since her daughter first told Hanlon about the rape. Moralez killed herself in 2010, before Rambold went to trial.

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