Judge Sentences Ex-Officer Daniel Holtzclaw To 263 Years In Prison For Rape & Assault Of 13 Black Women

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Camille Augustin | January 21, 2016 - 3:39 pm

After being found guilty in December of rape and sexual assault of 13 black women, an Oklahoma City judge sentenced ex-officer Daniel Holtzclaw to 263 years in prison, Associated Press reports.

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A jury found Holtzclaw guilty on 18 out of the 36 charges brought against him, which include sexual battery, forcible oral sodomy, indecent exposure, stalking, and first and second-degree rape. The victims ages range from 17 to 58. According to reports, the judge has declined the motion for a new trial.

Late 2015, District Attorney David Prater said to reporters, “We’re going to ask the judge to make sure the defendant never sees the light of day. And we’re going to ask him to run consecutive, every count.”

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