Most Oklahomans are familiar with Joyce “Black Magic” Gilchrist, and the damage she did during her tenure with the Oklahoma City Police Department. She left behind a legacy of lies, scandal, and wrongful convictions that Oklahoma may never recover from. It would appear that they aren't even trying, though. Enter Elaine Taylor, who began working … Continue reading That Old Black Magic Has Oklahoma In Its Spell
The public is starting to look hard at the case of Daniel Holtzclaw, and with good reason. From the very first interviews right up until his sentencing, maneuvers were made to convict this police officer. That might sound trite, because after all, don't we want rapists convicted, and taken off the streets? We do, if … Continue reading Kim Davis, Advocate Investigator
At the end of January, Daniel Holtzclaw had the first, of what will likely amount to many, parole hearings. He also had his first, of what will likely amount to many, denials of parole. Michelle Malkin's recent piece highlighting issues with the Parole Board is just one of the reasons Daniel Holtzclaw continues to battle … Continue reading Holtzclaw Parole Hearings and the Hollywood #Metoo Movement
Yesterday, the Oklahoma Criminal Court of Appeals finally updated Daniel's docket to release the state's request for more time. MORE TIME?! For those of us that have to wait for these updates to the docket to get this information, it is a maddening game. So to see why they wanted more time was almost like … Continue reading We Need More Time!
It was the 1980's; a time of big hair, punk rock, shoulder pads, and Swatch watches. Michael Jackson was larger than life thanks to the 'Thriller' album, and David Bowie sang 'Let's Dance.' Iconic movies introduced us to Ferris Bueller, The Goonies, and the weird workings of Wes Craven's mind in Nightmare on Elm Street. … Continue reading ‘They Murdered My Family’ – The *Jennifer McPherson Story (Part 1)