He still didn’t get enough time. Today (Jan. 21), former police officer Daniel Holtzclaw was sentenced to 263 years in prison for a raping Black women while he was on duty.
Reports The Oklahoman:
An Oklahoma County judge Thursday sentenced a fired Oklahoma City police officer convicted last month of on-duty rapes to 263 years in prison.
The former officer, Daniel Ken Holtzclaw, 29, of Oklahoma City, was charged with 36 counts that accused him of sexually assaulting 13 black females between December 2013 and June 2014 while a police officer.
After a six-week trial, a jury found Holtzclaw guilty on Dec. 10 of 18 sexual offenses, including four counts of first-degree rape, involving eight victims.
Jurors chose punishments ranging from five to 30 years. District Judge Timothy Henderson ordered Holtzclaw to serve all that prison time consecutively for a total of 263 years with credit for time served.
Good riddance. Don’t drop the soap.
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