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Daniel Holtzclaw update: Innocence community in New York speaks out

(L-R: Erica Fuchs, exoneree Anthony DiPippo, exoneree Jeff Deskovic, MM, Jenny Holtzclaw, Jason Flom, Oscar Michelen)

#TeamDaniel #Holtzclaw keeps growing! Scientists, lawyers, and activists are joining @MichelleMalkin in asking the simple question: What if he didn’t do it?
Watch the investigation at #CRTV:https://t.co/1jPKK6ckpH
Pt I:https://t.co/hmVGG1I3ru pic.twitter.com/m7OX1mz0UP
— CRTV (@CRTV) May 11, 2018

Team Daniel keeps growing. On April 29 in New York City at a Manhattan Film Festival screening of our Michelle Malkin Investigates program, “Railroaded: Surviving Wrongful Convictions,” several leaders in the Innocence community experienced with exonerating innocent people spoke out on Daniel’s behalf.
Jason Flom is a founding board member of the Innocence Project, philanthropist, and criminal justice reform activist who hosts the Wrongful Conviction podcast.

@itsjasonflom Can’t wait to work with you and spread more awareness on Wrongful Convictions and fight to #FreeDanielHoltzclaw @michellemalkin @ZellnerLaw pic.twitter.com/RMeOdd298w
— FreeDanielHoltzclaw (@justice4danielh) April 30, 2018

He praised Daniel’s sister Jenny for her tireless advocacy on Danel’s behalf and

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