Montana Judge Ruling Continues Trend of Re-Abusing Victims and Coddling Child Rapists


Judge Randall Spaulding sentenced a man accused of sexually assaulting a 5-year-old girl to probation on March 16, continuing the trend of Montana Judges whose rulings award leniency to child rapists and abusers at the expense of their victims. The latest child-rapist to fall under the protection of a Montana Judge is Jason Terronez of Lewistown.

Alarmingly, the recent Spaulding ruling to grant Terronez probation after sexually abusing a 5-year-old girl is not even close to being the most heinous decision by a Montana judge in favor of a child abuser.

Just last year, Cascade County District Judge Elizabeth Best sentenced a Montana man accused of more than 60 child sex crimes with a 1-year sentence. William Edward Miller, a resident of Great Falls, was accused of raping a 14-year-old and allowing an 11-year-old to rape her while Miller watched. Apparently, the severity of the crimes was not sufficient enough for Judge Best to put Miller behind bars for life where he belongs

And just when you thought it couldn’t get any worse, it does. In 2016, Montana District Judge John McKeon gave a man convicted of raping his 12-year-old daughter a 60-day sentence. Incredible as that may seem, the court record proves it as fact. The outrage was so great that 40,000 people signed a petition to impeach McKeon. Thankfully for the victims of sexual abuse in Montana, McKeon retired from the bench in November of 2016.

Recent judicial rulings on both a federal and a state level have cast new light on a long-time and disturbing trend of judicial overreach and judges legislating from the bench. More simply, judges have been afforded way too much power and we the people need to take it back.


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