Serial Predator Cop Finally Charged After A History of Sexual Abuse
By Max Chantha | October 20, 2015
OKLAHOMA – Officer Gerald Nuckolls sounds much like the kind of man cops should be hunting down and arresting – not giving a badge and a gun to.
The serial predator cop, accused numerous times throughout his law enforcement career of sexual abuse, has finally been found guilty.
His past victims and the community he claimed to be serving can finally rejoice that this serial predator will no longer torment vulnerable women.
Nuckolls is guilty of groping a woman’s breasts and indecently exposing himself to her during a November, 2014 check-up after a call to 911 had been hung up.
The victimized woman was only the latest in a long and dark list of abuses Nuckolls had committed – with another having occurred in March just 9 months earlier.
Nuckolls admitted to sexually harassing those whom he had been charged with protecting, including the woman who he abused during the March traffic spot.
Additionally, he had sex in his patrol car and even masturbated in it, later claiming he had a sexual addiction that justified his lewd behavior.
Typical of a sociopathic serial predator, Nuckolls blamed the victims for coming on to him, and at various times confirmed and denied the accusations, casting himself in the role of the victim.
Despite his pathetic please to innocence, four key witnesses – including a former partner and his ex-fiancee – gave credence to what everyone had already suspected.
In what a mafia-like and very guilty move, Nuckolls repeatedly harassed and threatened his ex-fiancee and her infant son after discovering she planned to testify against him.
The woman and her son have had to enter protective custody due to the severity of the threats from the pervert cop.
Nuckolls will be sentenced later this year and, surprisingly, will have to register as a sex offender.
The jury has recommended he serve at least four years in prison.
Men like Nuckolls, who abuse their positions of power to victimize then silence women who initially looked to him for help, shows the depth of governmental and moral corruption that can only be treated by punishment through the full extent of the law and their permanent addition to the sex offender registry.
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Max Chantha is a writer and investigative journalist interested in covering incidences of government injustice, at home and abroad. He is a current university student studying Global Studies and Professional Writing. Check out Max Chantha: An Independent Blog for more of his work.