HomeBLOGThe Documentary ‘Daniel in the Den’ – the story of Oklahoma City police officer Daniel Holtzclaw, reported by Michelle Malkin
March 5, 2018
The Documentary ‘Daniel in the Den’ – the story of Oklahoma City police officer Daniel Holtzclaw, reported by Michelle Malkin
I had not heard about this story until today. The story whereas,
“Former Oklahoma City police officer Daniel Holtzclaw became a national villain and target of the social justice mob in the summer of Ferguson. He was convicted of sexual assault-related crimes against eight black women. His sentence: 263 years. But what if he didn’t do it? Join Michelle Malkin of CRTV as she digs deep to find out what really happened.”
It is evident that the investigation of (or against) Holtzclaw was biased, botched, and was conducted under a racially charged atmosphere. The detectives erroneously handed the community lotto tickets to get rich quick, if they would come forward with accusations. Many of the alleged victims were proven to be liars, false identifications were made, and the phenomena of touch DNA was never demonstrated and explained to the jurors, all of which most likely resulted in a wrongful conviction.
After working on the law enforcement side, I worked criminal defense for ten years; sadly these things occur too often. No doubt ‘wrongful convictions’ and ‘malicious prosecutions’ will play a role in the persecution of the church.
I pray that he will be granted a new trial, or that the Governor would give him clemency.