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Is OKC police officer Daniel Holtzclaw REALLY guilty of the crimes he was convicted of?
There is little, if any, hard evidence that Holtzclaw is guilty.
only video surveillance
of the allegations against Holtzclaw (the Jannie Ligons stop) is inconclusive at best and does not show any criminal activity.
Holtzclaw's patrol car AVL (GPS) did not always match the allegations of the accusers.
Out of 17 alleged crime scenes, there is no forensic evidence that implicates Holtzclaw.
No independent third-party witnesses were presented at trial to support any of the charges.
Police did not conduct forensic tests on Holtzclaw's home, cell phone or computers, even though
for those items to be searched.
More women have been shown to be lying about allegations against Holtzclaw than were believed by the jury.
13 out of 20 accusers
either admitted to lying or were not believed.
Holtzclaw's patrol car AVL
backed up the location
of 12 of the 13 accuser's claims that they had contact with Holtzclaw at a specific location.
DNA from Adaira Gardner
was located on the inside fly
of Holtzclaw's police uniform pants.