Rape is rape. Murder is murder.
The site has since called the infamous article "tone-deaf" and "a complete failure."
A sports team’s performance should not matter more than a survivor’s trauma.
An investigation of Holtzclaw was not opened at that point, according to the lawsuit.
"By not spending more time reaching out to victims or their families as a way of accounting for the horrific abuse they suffered, I made a grave mistake."
The story was rapped for its sympathetic view of the college football player who became a rapist cop.
"Every time I see the police, I don't even know what to do."
Black women's lives matter.
A judge says Holtzclaw should spend the rest of his life in prison.
Prosecutors said Holtzclaw preyed on black women in a low-income neighborhood in Oklahoma.