Recently CRTV.com and Michelle Malkin Investigates began promoting the December release of their new two-part investigative story on the allegations, trial and conviction of former Oklahoma City police officer Daniel Holtzclaw. Their public promotion includes digital and print billboards in Oklahoma City. The first billboard went up yesterday and immediately ignited controversy - All because CRTV and Malkin dared to ask the question, "What if he didn't do it?"
Probably the most common reason I hear from the public as to why they believe Daniel Holtzclaw is guilty is... "There is no way 13 women all told the same lie about the same cop!"
And, like the DNA evidence, I too initially thought this was compelling evidence of Daniel's guilt.
But, also like the DNA evidence, it wasn't until I had immersed myself into Daniel's case and read, watched and listened to every piece of evidence that a clearer picture emerged.
Last week was the premiere of season two of TV ONE's television crime show 'Justice By Any Means' - hosted by Malik Yoba.
The premiere episode is simply entitled 'Jannie Ligons' and focuses on Ligons' sexual assault allegations against former Oklahoma City police officer Daniel Holtzclaw.
Because of the depth in which I review this episode, I have broken it down into two sections...
First is a brief summary of my take on the program and what I feel the public should most understand about it.
The second is a very detailed dissecting of the many falsehoods, lies and misinterpretations of the facts regarding the State of Oklahoma vs. Daniel Holtzclaw and specifically accuser Jannie Ligons.
10/27/2016 - OKC, OK -- Outspoken Daniel Holtzclaw accuser, Shardayreon Hill, was convicted this month in regard to the very arrest where she claimed she was sexually assaulted.
24-year-old single mother and convicted felon, Shardayreon Hill, was arrested by then Oklahoma City police officer Daniel Holtzclaw back on Dec. 20, 2013.
Chapter four attempts to wrap-up The Oklahoman's series by taking the reader from the Ligons traffic stop, through the investigation, to Holtzclaw's arrest, trial, conviction, sentencing and a whole 'where are they now' for Detectives Davis and Gregory - and all in less than 1,800 words. So, naturally, reporter Kemp is going to be glossing over, well..... everything important.