Former Oklahoma Cop's Defense Attempts to Undermine Credibility of Women Accusing Him of Rape

Brendan O'Connor · 11/27/15 01:57PM

So far, 13 days into the trial of Daniel Holtzclaw, a former Oklahoma City police officer charged with 36 counts, including rape, sexual battery, forcible oral sodomy, and stalking, in connection with 13 different women, the prosecution has called more than 40 witnesses, including nine of Holtzclaw’s accusers. According to The Guardian, prosecutors allege that Holtzclaw targeted black women with histories of drug use, sex work, or criminal backgrounds, because he thought investigators would be less likely to believe them if he was ever accused.

Black Man Arrested Dozens of Times for 'Trespassing' While At Work

Neetzan Zimmerman · 11/22/13 10:58AM

A shocking case of racial profiling has emerged in Florida after it was revealed that a black convenience store employee had been arrested dozens of times for trespassing in and around the store where he works — during work hours.

Disabled Woman Being Punched by Cop Calls 911 for Help

Neetzan Zimmerman · 06/04/13 08:25AM

A Washington woman who suffers from cognitive and hearing disabilities says she was the victim of police brutality during a recent traffic stop which resulted in her arrest on a felony assault charge.

12-Year-Old Model Citizen Calls Out Cop for Parking Illegally

Neetzan Zimmerman · 05/06/13 10:29AM

Jeremy is just your average 12-year-old: He loves kicking it with his friends, eating Totino's pizza rolls after school, and watching whatever it is the kids are watching these days on that there picture box.