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The Associated Press last year highlighted Holtzclaw's case after an investigation revealed about 1,000 law officers were decertified in a six-year period because of sexual misconduct on the job.
A former police officer convicted of raping and sexually victimizing women while on his beat in a low-income Oklahoma City neighborhood will spend the rest of his life in prison.
Jurors last month convicted 29-year-old Daniel Holtzclaw on four first-degree rape counts and 14 other charges, and recommended he spend 263 years in prison. A judge agreed Thursday.
Prosecutors said Holtzclaw, who is half-white and half-Japanese, targeted black women while on patrol.
And of the 1,063 convicted cops, 383 went behind bars.
originally posted by: missedinformation
originally posted by: onequestion
They get put in day camps away from the rest of the population not on the yard where they deserve.
are you serious now? :O
gonna research this