There’s a policeman in Oklahoma behind bars, Daniel Holtzclaw. He is in his 20s and was convicted of being a serial rapist in December 2015 and sentenced to 263 years in prison. But was his conviction fair and just? Syndicated columnist Michelle Malkin of CRTV has written extensively about the unfairness of the conviction. Michelle Malkin joins Jerry Newcombe on Vocal Point to discuss this case and why it should matter to the rest of us. (As there is some sensitive material discussed, listener discretion is advised.) [Originally aired April 20, 2017] www.michellemalkin.com

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