FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE : NATIONAL, STATE AND LOCAL ORGANIZATIONS UNITE TO HOST OKC COMMUNITY EVENTS TO SUPPORT HOLTZCLAW OKC SEXUAL ASSAULT VICTIMS

MEDIA ALERT

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

For more information, contact:  

Tezlyn Figaro Communications Group

http://www.TezlynFigaro.com

Tezlynfigaropr@gmail.com

CHECK BACK FOR UPDATES OFTEN, AS WE CONTINUE TO ADD MORE EVENTS

 

NATIONAL, STATE AND LOCAL ORGANIZATIONS UNITE TO HOST OKC COMMUNITY EVENTS TO SUPPORT HOLTZCLAW OKC SEXUAL ASSAULT VICTIMS

WHO: Various national, state and local organizations have partnered in unity in support  of the OKC Holtzclaw rape case victims.

WHAT: On Thursday December 10, 2015 a jury found former Oklahoma City police officer Daniel Holtzclaw guilty of some of the most serious charges against him, including sexual battery, forcible oral sodomy and rape. Holtzclaw faced 36 counts. He was found guilty on 18. The jury recommended over 200 years in prison. On Thursday January 21, 2016 the Judge will sentence Daniel Holtzclaw. The community is gathering in support of the victims to ensure the Judge applies the jury’s recommendation.

WHEN: Below is a collective list of various events which will be held beginning on Monday January 18th through Friday January 22nd. The events are sponsored by various national, regional and local organizations.

Monday

January 18, 2016

Time: All day

Event: MLK Celebration OKC NAACP sponsored events

Location: Oklahoma City, various locations

Details: Pick up your flyer copy of this week’s activity’s at all NAACP OKC MLK celebration sponsored events

 

Time: 9:00 a.m.

Event: Community Send-Off and Departure from New York City

Location: Black Women’s Blueprint Headquarters, 279 Empire Boulevard, Brooklyn, New York 11225

Details: Black Women’s Blueprint will ride to Oklahoma City to stand in solidarity with the 13 Black women survivors who were brutalized by former Oklahoma City Police Officer and convicted serial rapist Daniel Holtzclaw during his sentencing on January 21, 2016 in Oklahoma City, OK.

 

Tuesday

January 19, 2016

 

Time: 8:30 a.m.

Event: Oklahoma City Council Meeting

Location: 200 N Walker Ave, Oklahoma City, OK 73102

Details: The following organizations and individuals will address City Council regarding their concerns: Holtzclaw Victims and Family, Ending Violence Everywhere (EVE) OKC, Black Women’s Blueprint (Brooklyn, New York), OKC NAACP, Senator Connie Johnson (Oklahoma City, Oklahoma) The People Organization (Oklahoma City, Oklahoma) and remaining time open for citizens to speak during public comments.

 

Wednesday

January 20, 2016

 

Time: 9:00 – 11:00 a.m.

Event: The Open Mic Show

Location: 92.1 FM www.okcheartandsoul.com , Oklahoma City, Ok

Details: Victims and Attorneys in studio special guest during the Open Mic Show

 

Time: All Day

Event: Visible for Justice (online social media campaign sponsored by OKC Artist for Justice)

Location: Online

Details: If you are an Artist, OKC Artist for justice would like to hear from you! Show your support to the Survivors in the Holtzclaw case, On January 20, 2016 you can help from wherever you are! Please follow the below two steps:

 

Time: 4:00- 5:00 p.m.

Event: National Call to Action: A Teach-In to End Rape and Sexual Assault Against Black Women and Girls hosted by Black Women’s Blueprint

Location: NAACP OKC Office (Jimmy Stewart Building) 1500 N.E. 4th, Oklahoma City, Ok 73117

Details: Black Women’s Blueprint will also host a powerful teach-in on justice and liberation at EVE (ending violence everywhere). This meeting will combine ritual, community outreach, and speak-outs.

 

Time: 6:00 – 8:00 p.m.

Event: OKC Artist for Justice and The National Bar Association Present, Black Women Matter Community present ‘Black Women Matter’ community forum

Location: Langston University, 4205 N. Lincoln Blvd, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73105

Details: Panel Members: Kimberle Crenshaw, Professor of Law- UCLA, Attorney Barbara R. Arnwine, M.T. Berry, Assistant City Manager of OKC, Judge Aletia Timmons, Attorney Eleanor Thompson and special guest Attorney Benjamin Crump

 

Time: 8:00 – 10:00 p.m.

Event: Convening for Survivors hosted by Black Women’s Blueprint

Location: NAACP OKC Office (Jimmy Stewart Building) 1500 N.E. 4th, Oklahoma City, Ok 73117

Details: Healing and Restoration, Trauma-Informed Advocacy, Community Outreach and Culturally-Specific Restorative Justice Workshops, Justice Vision Mapping

 

 

Thursday

January 21, 2016

 

Time: 9:00 a.m.

Event: Holtzclaw Sentencing

Location: Oklahoma County Courthouse, 320 Robert S Kerr Ave, Oklahoma City, OK 73102

Details: Supporters will peaceful assemble at the courthouse to #supportokcholtzclawvictims a press conference will immediately follow the sentencing

Organizations scheduled to support and or attend:

  • Black Womens Blueprint NYC
  • OKC Artist for Justice
  • Ending Violence Everywhere (EVE)
  • The Peoples Foundation
  • Attorney Barbara Arnwine
  • The Arizona Coalition to End Sexual And Domestic Violence Monsoon
  • United Asian Women of Iowa Girls for Gender Equity IOWA
  • Coalition Against Sexual Assault
  • CopWatch Alliance
  • Oregon State Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Assault
  • Oklahoma State NAACP
  • Colorado Coalition Against Sexual Assault National Alliance to End Sexual Violence
  • California Coalition Against Sexual Assault
  • Know Your IX
  • Iowa Coalition Against Sexual Assault
  • Jane Doe Inc. (The Massachusetts Coalition Against Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence)
  • Surviving the Mic National Organization of Sisters of Color Ending Sexual Assault (SCESA) North Carolina Coalition Against Sexual Assault)
  • Baltimore Pastor Jamel Bryant, People Empowerment Church, Baltimore Maryland click here to review Pastor Bryant on CNN reading the Freddie Gray incident

 

Time: 6:30 p.m.

Event: An evening of listening: Black Lives Matter

Location: St. Pauls Cathedral (Dean Willey Hall) 127 N.W. 7th Street, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Details: Rev. James Dunbar, Moderator. Panelist: Rev. Dr. Victor McCullough, The Honorable Connie Johnson, Rev. Octavia Lindsey, Rev. Joseph Alsay, Samaiyah Harpe and Keith Leach

 

Time: 8:00 p.m- until

Event: Community Mixer

Location: Ice Event Center 1148 NE 36th St, Oklahoma City, OK 73111

Details: Meet the people behind the movement! Food is available for purchase

Friday

January 22, 2016

Time: 9:00 a.m.

Event: Black Women’s Blueprint Live Radio Broadcast

Location: NAACP OKC Office, 1500 N.E. 4th, Oklahoma City, Ok 73117

Details: Live radio broadcast

###

EXPOSED! Oklahoma process server arrested for coercing women into sex was also FIRED by the Forest Park Police in 2014 for sexual harassment! EXPOSED!!

Tezlyn Figaro Communications Group has learned that Robert Wonsch who was arrested , on suspicion of the sexual battery of at least four women, including fondling, kissing or hugging them against their will is also a former reserve police officer for Forest Park in Oklahoma City working from June 2014 until October 2014 and was fired due to sexual harassment of a female within the organization.

Sources have confirmed Mr. Wonsch’s 2014-2015 connection to the department however, Forest Park has NOT released an official statement concerning Mr. Wonsch connection to the department.

The community deserves to know if Mr. Wonschs was ever connected with ANY police department (either as a full time paid Officer OR as a non-paid reserve officer) both positions assume the same power, the only difference is that a reserve officer is NOT paid, however reserve officers may still arrest citizens. Therefore, the question is if Mr. Wonsch also abused his power while carrying a badge?

Here are messages from Mr. Wonsch’s Facebok page where he discusses him being a police officer. Mr. Wonsch also posted his previous military photo. The question is how long has Mr. Wonsch been violating women while wearing a uniform and or carrying a badge?

There are also allegations that Mr. Wonsch is affiliated with Oklahoma County as a reserve Officer however we are waiting either a confirmation and or denial from Oklahoma County.

Stay tuned for more information as this case develops!

You heard it here FIRST on January 7, 2016, not in main stream media! Check back for updates.

 

21-year-old Shooting Victim Paralyzed, Security Guard Walks Free

tf

PRESS RELEASE

  

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                  

February 19, 2015                                                      

Media Contact

Tezlyn Figaro Communications Group

Tezlyn Figaro

TFigaro@TezlynFigaro.com  

 

 

21-year-old Shooting Victim Paralyzed, Security Guard Walks Free

TULSA, OKLAHOMA — After the only witness to the February 4, 2015 incident involving a security guard shooting an unarmed 21-year-old man, police have yet to provide an investigation update to the public.

 

Due to the security guard firing three life threatening shots, the 21-year-old victim is currently suffering paralysis and has a bullet that remains lodged in his spine. Sources indicate that the victim has been given a quadriplegic prognosis.

 

The Tulsa World newspaper reported that police eventually tracked down the female that occupied the vehicle with the victim and she gave a different account of what happened during the incident, but the police chose not to take the unnamed security guard into custody.

 

Police Sgt. Dave Walker stated, “We didn’t feel he was a threat to the community, we also didn’t have any other witnesses to support or deny his story.”

 

Tezlyn Figaro, President, Tezlyn Figaro Communications Group states, “The community is devastated by what happened to this young man, there is a 21-year-old man who may never walk again while his shooter walks around a free man. Additionally, there is a young lady who experienced a very tragic event by watching her friend be shot directly in front of her. The victim will require a lifelong physical, financial, emotional and spiritual support system. We anxiously await to hear an update on the investigation.”

                                                                                                # # #