Time flies when you only serve half of your infuriatingly light prison sentence.
Brock Turner was released from jail on Friday, serving just three months of his six-month sentence after being convicted of sexual assault in March of this year.
Around 6 a.m. PST, the former Stanford University swimmer made no comment to press and protesters waiting for him as he left jail, rushing passed the crowd to be whisked away in an SUV.
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After the 21-year-old's release, Santa Clara County Sheriff Laurie Smith told press that Turner "should be in prison right now, but he's not in our custody."
She also added she was "outraged" by the extremely light sentence when it was first handed down, continuing:
"We need to change the laws in California … if you rape someone who is unconscious and intoxicated, you go to prison."
Turner's trial sparked outrage when he was only sentenced to six months in prison after he was found guilty of three felonies for sexually assaulting an unconscious woman behind a dumpster on campus last January.
Though the convicted rapist ended up only spending half that time behind bars, as he walked away from jail after only three months — looking like he was headed to a nice family dinner.
Are YOU outraged by how easy he got off? Watch the footage of Turner leaving jail (below):
[Image via CNN/Twitter.]
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