Breaking News! UNKNOWN MALE SKIN CELL DNA FOUND IN DANIEL HOLTZCLAW'S CASE!
Sep 28, 2016 — We have an exciting update to share about Daniel Holtzclaw's appeal of his wrongful conviction!
Daniel's appellate attorney has now revealed publicly that NOT ONLY DID THE PROSECUTOR TELL A FALSEHOOD DURING THE TRIAL by saying an accuser's vaginal skin cell DNA transferred in vaginal fluid to the fly of Daniel's pants, when in fact no body fluid tests were done and there were no stains or deposits, but also THE PROSECUTION FAILED TO TELL JURORS THAT SKIN CELL DNA FROM AT LEAST ONE UNKNOWN MALE was found on the fly of Daniel's pants!
WHEN THE PROSECUTION HAS TO LIE AND COVER UP EVIDENCE TO CONVICT YOU, THAT IS A CLEAR SIGN THAT JUSTICE WAS DENIED.
The presence of unknown male skin cell DNA punches a hole in the prosecution's argument that a female accuser's skin cell DNA on the fly of Daniel's uniform pants was incriminating. Skin cell DNA from AN UNKNOWN MALE obviously did not transfer in that man's vaginal fluid to the fly of the pants!
This newly revealed evidence shows that skin cell DNA on the fly of Daniel's pants does NOT mean a crime had occurred.
The prosecution did not want the jury to hear the truth, which is that skin cell DNA can end up on the fly or your pants for non-sexual reasons.
When we touch our clothing, we can innocently transfer other people's DNA that is present on our hands because of casual, non-intimate contact. In fact, research shows that we can even transfer someone else's DNA and not our own!
The epithelial cell DNA found on the fly of Daniel's pants is exactly where you would expect to discover other people's DNA after transferring it innocently via your hands while using the restroom.
We are happy to report that Daniel's appellate attorney has received a 30 day extension for Daniel's appeal to allow further evidence testing and a review of the DNA evidence.
Quoting Daniel's attorney in the time extension application: "During closing argument, the prosecutor argued that the DNA evidence came from vaginal cells transferred via vaginal fluid onto Appellant's pants, even though the State's expert could only conclude that the DNA involved skin cells and admitted that no testing was done to verify the presence of vaginal fluid on the pants. Further, in two areas that were tested, the DNA was a mixture of at least three different people, at least one of whom was an unknown male, not Appellant. The significance of this information seems to have been lost on the parties below."
As the TRUE FACTS about Daniel's case continue to be revealed, we have confidence that reason and justice will prevail, and Daniel will be freed because DANIEL HOLTZCLAW IS INNOCENT.
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