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Daniel Holtzclaw story from News 9: Facts don't support the story

Daniel Holtzclaw
Daniel Holtzclaw

Daniel Holtzclaw is an Oklahoma City police officer who is being accused of sexually assaulting several women while on duty. On Aug. 22, News 9 out of Oklahoma City shared a story on television that just doesn't make sense with the accusations against this officer. It has people everywhere wondering about the rest of the case.

Daniel was accused of sexually assaulting women while he was on duty as an Oklahoma City police officer. Huffington Post explains that when the investigation started on June 18 Holtzclaw was immediately put on leave from the department. This means that he was no longer working the streets.

The Chief Bill Citty spoke out saying, "We started the investigation and we started looking at traffic stops he had made throughout the previous months to try to identify and initiate contact with females that we knew he had stopped during that period of time ... to see if they had been sexually assaulted."

In this story which aired on television on News 9 out of OKC, a woman is seen saying that she was also assaulted by this officer. The thing is her story just doesn't make sense at all. They find a woman on the street named Shakara Walker. She lives in the same area that Holtzclaw worked. She is seen saying that she ran into Holtzclaw just last week. Walker goes on to say that as she was walking to her house he grabbed her and made her think he was going to rape her. She even said he was in a police car and a police suit.

This story does not line up. If someone tried to rape Shakara Walker last week, it could not have been Daniel Holtzclaw. He was not on duty at this time and did not have access to a police car to drive. More information will continue to come out on this story.