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Investigative Timeline - August 5, 2014: This episode reflects back on Episode 8 and the telephone and in-person interviews conducted by Oklahoma City Sex Crimes Detective Kim Davis with Daniel Holtzclaw accuser Sherry Ellis.Ellis alleges she was stopped by Oklahoma City police officer Daniel Holtzclaw, in the early morning hours of May 7, 2014, near NE 17th and N. Highland Dr. and forced to perform oral sex. She says she was then transported a couple of blocks away and vaginally raped in a public park, before being told to "have a nice night" as the officer drove away.But, there's some significant problems with Ellis' allegations. For one, she describes her attacker as a "short, black, male police officer." Daniel Holtzclaw is 6' 2" tall and pale white in complexion. Ellis also claims the officer who attacker her was driving a different model of patrol car than Holtzclaw was actually driving.Then there's his patrol car GPS. While it places him in the area, host Brian Bates explains why it would be impossible for Holtzclaw's patrol car to be where prosecutors insist the rape took place.Listen to all the facts and decide for yourself, was justice served, or was justice denied?You can see get more details and see the discovery evidence used to compile this episode at this episode's homepage.Follow this podcast on Twitter @BrianBatesPI | Instagram @BatesInvestigates | Facebook @BatesInvestigates This episode was researched, written, produced and edited by Brian Bates.Season one of Bates Investigates: The Daniel Holtzclaw Case is a Bugstomper production.Visit this season's homepage at HoltzclawTrial.com*9/2/2019 - This audio file was originally published.*9/3/2019 - The audio file was updated for factual correction at timecode 08:20:00+/- *9/3/2019 7:40pm - Audio was updated with sound effects, starting at timecode 05:13:02If you have your subscription set to automatic downloads, delete and re-download again to get the most current audio file.© Brian Bates 2019