Will there be justice in 14-year-old rape victim’s case?

Irin Carmon writes for MSNBC.com: “Last Thursday, among the hundreds of protesters outside the offices of a Montana judge who shortened to 30 days the sentence of a teacher convicted of raping his 14-year-old student, was a surprise guest: the judge himself, flanked by police officers, arms folded. He didn’t say a word, according to protest organizer and NOW-Montana president Marian Bradley. That’s probably just as well, given how much his public statements have inflamed the public. Now that the case has drawn national attention, Bradley and others are trying to get Judge G. Todd Baugh removed.”