The Denver Post reported yesterday that judges gave prison time in only about 40% of Colorado's 246 child pornography convictions in 2013, down from 56% in 2008.


'We Can't Be Waiting for Other Countries': King Says It's in Our 'National Interest' to Hit ISIS in Syria and Iraq

'God, Get Me Home to My Girls': Navy SEAL Shot 27 Times by Al Qaeda Tells His Amazing Survival Story

White House Fence-Jumper Had 800 Rounds of Ammo, Hatchets, Machete in Car


On tonight's "Factor," Bill O'Reilly pointed out that U.S. federal law mandates anyone in possession of child pornography gets a minimum of five years in prison and anyone who creates child pornography gets a minimum of 15 years.

However, states are not under federal law, so Colorado - already with a watered down Jessica's Law and legalized marijuana - will now let some child porn offenders avoid prison time altogether.

Recently, 69-year old Timothy Robinson was convicted of possessing thousands of images of children being sexually assaulted, and Judge Kurt Horton merely gave him probation.

Dan Conaway and Nicole Deborde joined O'Reilly to discuss what could have motivated Horton to let Robinson off the hook with such a light punishment.

"This guy's a heinous criminal with thousands of images. He should never again see the light of day, ever again!" O'Reilly stated.

"Zero tolerance for this ... this is morally outrageous!"

Watch the outrageous clip above.


O'Reilly: Does President Obama Have the Guts to Raise an 'Anti-Terror Force' to Fight ISIS?

'Practice What You Preach': 'The Five' Hosts Blast Hypocritical Climate Activists for Trashing NYC Streets

Judge Nap: 'Insane' to Have Larger Security Perimeter Around White House