Jury in ex-officer’s case asks questions, keeps deliberating

10 Dec 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Judge in case of Oklahoma ex-officer charged with rape says jury asked about instructions.

OKLAHOMA CITY – A jury considering the fate of a former Oklahoma City police officer charged with raping and sexually victimizing 13 women has inquired about their instructions, but offered few clues into their deliberations, which were in their third day Wednesday. Oklahoma County District Judge Timothy Henderson declined to elaborate on the nature of the jurors’ questions while deliberations continue, but said such questions are not unusual.

The group would cut a single copy of an album to be entitled Once Upon a Time in Shaolin, polish it up into a work of high art and sell it to the highest bidder. Henderson spent more than an hour on Monday giving jurors instructions on the 36 counts against former police officer Daniel Holtzclaw that include rape, sexual battery, forcible oral sodomy and indecent exposure. The charges involve 13 women who accuse the officer of sexually victimizing them in the low-income neighborhoods he patrolled on the city’s northeast side.

It finally sold Nov. 24; Bloomberg Business revealed Wednesday the “private American collector” who paid $2 million for the album is also known for engaging in his own questionable experiments in supply and demand — Martin Shkreli aka the “most hated man” on the Internet. We decided to give a significant portion of the proceeds to charity.” Besides the aforementioned hiking up the price of the AIDS drug an astronomical 5,000%, those business practices include harassing the families of former employees and for allegedly using his previous company’s Retrophin’s funds for his own uses. “I could be convinced to listen to it earlier if Taylor Swift wants to hear it or something like that,” Shkreli told Bloomberg Business. “But for now, I think I’m going to kind of save it for a rainy day.” It seems this isn’t the only album Shkreli’s looking to do this with. On a live stream posted Wednesday morning on Twitter, he’s been teasing playing the album, all while making lists of other artists he wants to make private albums for him.

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