Officer Faces 32 Counts of Rape, Sexual Battery, and Oral Sodomy on 13 Different Victims

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UPDATE (11/6/15) — White Only Jury Selected for Cop Accused of Raping 13 Black Women

You’ve got to wonder if this trial is simply a charade.

In a shocking move, only whites were selected to decide whether a cop will be found guilty of raping 13 black women.




The fact that no blacks (much less black women) were selected is suggestive that the courts are already planning for a “not guilty” verdict, and that Officer Holtzclaw will be back on the job in no time.

Twitter was ablaze on Thursday after thousands noticed the mainstream media’s lack of coverage on the case.

Continue reading the full article below:

UPDATE (1/8/15) — Officer Holtzclaw is “Fired”

Reports have surfaced that Officer Holtzclaw has now been terminated from his employment as a police officer in Oklahoma City.

According to KFOR News, Police Chief William Citty remarked as follows:

“Your offenses committed against women in our community constitute the greatest abuse of police authority I have witnessed in my 37 years as a member of this agency. These violations more than warrant your termination from the Oklahoma City Police Department.”

It is still unknown whether Officer Holtzclaw will be convicted and punished.  Even if he is, will he get a slap on the wrist? Will he be able to get his job back eventually and roam the streets with a loaded pistol again?

police-officer-danielPolice officers almost never take responsibility for their actions. This is why they are fond of saying "I'm just following orders," a slogan meant to portray themselves as helpless automatons who can't be blamed for anything. Thus, it is rare to see them punished.

And even when they do take responsibility, they receive shockingly light sentences, or no sentences at all. Such was the case with the four police officers who beat a homeless man, Kelly Thomas, to death, as well as the officers who were seen on video choking Eric Garner to death. 

We will continue updating this article as more information is made available. Details of what Officer Holtzclaw is reported to have done to these women are provided below.

OKLAHOMA CITY -- Officer Daniel Holtzclaw, who has already been charged with the sexual assault of 1o women, has just been charged with the sexual assault of an additional three women. 

After three more women came forward reporting what he did to them, it was decided by prosecutors that six more felony counts will be brought against Officer Holtzclaw.

In total, Officer Holtzclaw is now facing 32 counts of rape, sexual battery, and oral sodomy -- the latter being defined as forced contact between one's mouth and a penis or anus.

He is also being charged with indecent exposure.

Although 13 women have already come forward, it is not known whether more are out there.

The question for some is, "Given the charges of serial rape of all these women, how many other women could Officer Holtzclaw have raped without getting caught? How long has he been doing this?"

RELATED: Parents Trusted "Good Cop" to Watch Their Toddlers and Babies -- He Ended Up Raping Them (Raped as Many as 20 Infants)

One of the victims is a minor, who reported that Officer Holtzclaw forced her to commit sexual acts while he was in uniform and on duty.

Officer Holtzclaw said to one of the girls, "You're either going to give me some sex, or your ass is going to jail!" according to reports.

Another girl came forward and reported that Officer Holtzclaw said "This is what you're going to have to do. I don't want to take you to jail." and then began penetrating her by force.



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