OK. Prison Accused: Any Trace of Rapist-Cop Daniel Holtzclaw, Gone from Database

Daniel Holtzclaw, an Oklahoma City police officer accused of sexually assaulting women he encountered while on patrol in neighborhoods near the state Capitol, is pictured in a courtroom during a hearing on whether to cut his bond from $5 million to $139,000, in Oklahoma City, Wednesday, Sept. 3, 2014. (AP Photo/Sue Ogrocki)
Daniel Holtzclaw

*Victims of rape by Oklahoma police officer Daniel Holtzclaw, who was convicted for raping more than a dozen primarily African American women and was sentenced to 263 years in prison a few months ago, now have something new to worry about.

Where in the hell is Daniel Holtzclaw?

A legal representative for the victims say they are suffering from anxiety, and blame the prison for erasing any trace of this criminal.

“Not knowing exactly where or if Holtzclaw is locked up brings crushing anxiety to our clients fearful that Holtzclaw might be able to somehow get to them,” Damario Solomon-Simmons, an attorney representing seven of the disgraced officer’s 13 victims in a civil suit, told NewsOne.

A court hearing on the case was scheduled for March 2.

But according to what Alex Gerszewski, public information officer for the Oklahoma Department of Corrections told NewsOne, Holtzclaw IS in the system. Adding that he was entered there after his conviction, but quickly removed for his protection.

“We’re giving them our word that he is in the system,” he said. “We know where he is, but we are not giving up his location for his safety.”

Why do they always want to keep the guilty ones SAFE?

Read more at NewsOne.

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