Jurors view video of Williams’ last hours in Tulsa’s jail

During the first day of testimony in a federal trial, jurors watched a 10 minute video of Elliott Williams trying to reach food and water as he lay paralyzed on the floor of his Tulsa jail cell.
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Jury selected in Elliott Williams case

The jury is made up of five women and five men. Attorneys clashed Wednesday over attempts by the defense to remove all three black jurors from the pool.
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Under court order, Scott Pruitt releases thousands of emails

Less than a week after Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt was confirmed to head the nation's Environmental Protection Agency, Pruitt released a batch of emails under court order to watchdog group Center for Media and Democracy.
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‘They treated him worse than a dog’

A civil rights trial gets underway in federal court in the 2011 death of Elliott Williams. His brother says Elliott deserves justice.
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Coverage of Tulsa’s jail

Read our coverage on deaths at David L. Moss and federal lawsuits against the Tulsa County Sheriff's Office stemming from incidents that allegedly happened at the jail.
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