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And Marion Bradlee of the Montana chapter of now who organized the protest outside the Billings Montana courthouse earlier this month.
-- I hardly know where to start because you have the language on the front and that seems to blame this fourteen year old victim who killed herself.
And the apology.
Seems a pile line.
And you hear in the background that -- -- rally outside the courthouse where the judges and I am here now.
I'm and I know the bear being calls for his resignation in how tell us about the protest and the backlash.
I think though it hasn't gotten here in Billings and Montana won an indication that they had not -- election and even admitting yeah edged.
Typically -- I'm not -- that's -- like -- happen.
How we get -- We haven't had several choices.
And how he -- -- renewed -- number line is he allegedly -- can meet but our legislature only meets with.
Every every year.
On top of that we all they'll have a judicial review board which we are appealing -- You know.
People here are up and Armitage you can tell we have in -- community the department people would probably up under people here right now.
All right and when -- ask you -- at it do you the year they hit the comments that he made and this sentence that he gave will.
Cause other rape victims to be.
Thinking twice about coming forward.
Wouldn't kill if you look.
More are before -- jury and the Gerry Callahan.
-- -- guilty and then suddenly.
Became kidnapped paint adds.
You find out that the judge to get -- and 38.
I think I would -- -- about coming forward I think anybody would.
Mary Bradley thank you so much for checking in with us -- for you protest today and more on the legal side of the -- let's bring in our next -- Fox News legal analyst Bob -- -- -- Bob hey you get -- this is it's so interesting because the judge apologizes for comments and he -- they had nothing to do with the sentencing but clearly be influenced.
The way he saw this case the fact that he only gave this guy thirty days for -- a fourteen year old when he was 49 years old.
If she's killed herself and in county attorney there says he's limited what he can do to try to appeal the sentence or -- do something with the case.
-- how much.
Well here's here's what's really crazy about a falling -- great report here's the other thing.
-- there is a mandatory law in one candidate says.
That anyone over the age of sixteen years old it's a mandatory four year sentence there's only two exceptions the mental capacity of the defendant.
It is is one of them and if he was under substantial to rest.
Now the question is -- we don't have the judges final report how the judgment reach and it.
We don't know what exception he use.
Otherwise this guy should be in jail for a mandatory force for years under the law in the state and the Montana this judge.
From an exception.
Well there's been and quickly runs at a time that I mean there's been a discussion that Lee lost Stanley he lost his career at get -- -- teaching -- -- He's been punished.
When that's -- Exactly what he -- used as an exception I talked to criminal defense lawyer this morning mr.
Gallagher the Montana and he said Bob.
The only thing that's gonna happen here is he felt that those circumstances -- that -- But here's the lasting -- quick.
When this guy violated the treatment plan and what the judge did instead of seeing this.
Have going back to the rape charge he sold as a minor violation.
Of the treatment plant slap them on his hand cinema and wait thirty days see you later we got a clean air and that's a buck -- thank you very much.
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