Outrage is growing in a California community after a court orders a man who admitted raping at least 40 women to live there. Christopher Hubbart is known as the "Pillowcase rapist" and he spent decades in a state mental hospital. Hubbart raped many of his victims after he was released from a mental hospital in 1979. Stephanie Elam looks at how residents are fighting to make sure the same thing doesn't happen in their community.
John Walsh spoke to Anderson and questioned 'how many people do you need to rape in California before they say you can no longer walk the streets?'
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