Daniel Holtzclaw

In an email interview, Solomon-Simmons condemned the Oklahoma Department of Corrections for denying his team access to Holtzclaw, but granting access to 20/20. In February, a spokesman refused to disclose his whereabouts to NewsOne, saying it's common practice for the department to conceal the whereabouts of high-profile prisoners for their protection.

Instead of taking any responsibility, the depraved serial rapist called the victims liars and accused them of being in it for the money. ABC should really be ashamed.

Watch Roland Martin, Shaun King, and the NewsOne Now panel discuss the Maleatra Montanez police rape case in the video clip above.

A Los Angeles jury will decide if the notorious serial killer known as the “Grim Sleeper” will be put to death for murdering 10 young Black women. Prosecutors successfully proved Lonnie David Franklin Jr. shot or strangled his victims between the years 1985 and 2007; his youngest victim was only 15 years old at the time of […]

Seven victims of Daniel Holtzclaw have filed a lawsuit against the Oklahoma City police department claiming that the office turned a blind eye to Holtzclaw's crimes by allowing the serial rapist to continue active duty patrol after a sexual assault complaint was filed.

Arguing that police should have done something sooner to stop rapist ex-Oklahoma City, Oklahoma police officer Daniel Holtzclaw, lawyers for the victims have amended a federal civil rights civil suit against him to include another victim.

SB removes an article about serial rapist Daniel Holtzclaw that many thought was sympathetic to the ex-cop. The editorial director apologizes for the error in judgment.

An attorney representing victims of former Oklahoma City police officer Daniel Holtzclaw, convicted of raping Black women, condemned prison officials for removing any trace of his whereabouts from the database, saying it is causing his clients "crushing anxiety."

Holtzclaw's conviction, mugshot, and incarceration location have been removed from the DOC's site for safety.

Ex-Oklahoma City officer Daniel Holtzclaw is scheduled to be sentenced Thursday on charges of raping and sexually assaulting Black women.