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Getting Away With Murder series still available for readers to catch up on

If you read The Oklahoman every day, you already saw the series we ran a few weeks ago titled “Getting Away With Murder.

Reporters Silas Allen and Darla Slipke did most of that work. They researched the information, analyzed the data and wrote the articles.

The project ran over the course of three days in The Oklahoman and on

And then we had a live forum and public conversation with leaders in our community.

The Oklahoman’s subscribers were the first to be able to read the information. They had exclusive access to the articles online. Readers on weren’t able to read it.

But they can now.  

The stories have been available on for more than a week now. If you are a non-subscriber and catching up, email it to yourself. Take the time to read all three parts of the series and the personal stories that accompany the main parts.

After you get caught up, I highly recommend watching the community forum The Oklahoman held at Prospect Baptist Church. Live/Enterprise Editor Phil O’Connor hosted the discussion that featured panelists Oklahoma City Police Chief Bill Citty, Oklahoma County District Attorney David Prater, ACLU Oklahoma legal director Brady Henderson and Lawrence Ware, pastor of Christian education at Prospect Baptist Church.

Check out the special online presentation and the data on

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Alan Herzberger

Alan Herzberger is the Vice President of Audience Development at The Oklahoman Media Company. He focuses on digital strategies for The Oklahoman and for He’s been with The Oklahoman since 1997, when he joined the sports department.... Read more ›