In January 2007, Andrew C. James, a man with two prior domestic assault convictions, pled guilty to sexually assaulting a 4-year-old boy in Vermont. In a plea bargain, he was given a $22 fine and sentenced to rehabilitation and lifetime probation. Today, he walks a free man.
How could this happen in America? It's a question Fox News talk show host Bill O'Reilly is asking. Bill has made it his mission to put James behind bars.
"In Vermont, you need to know that they are a restorative justice state, along with Minnesota. Only two in the country," Bill says. "And they believe that rehabilitation is a key component to even child molestation and child rape cases."