During more than 15 years as a newspaper reporter, Cary has written about everything from reality TV stars to inmates on death row. She's twice been named Great Plains Writer of the Year and was recently honored as a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in local reporting. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or 918-928-5835.
We talk about the brutal violence in Dallas, as well as other police involved shootings. Also discussed are the G.T Bynum election and our story of the Oklahoma Highway Patrol refusing to release certain protocols after a fatal crash.
Across town, I was trying to explain to Tulsa businesswoman Sharon King Davis what we were about to be doing. “We’re going to do a Facetime that will be broadcast live on Facebook? I didn’t know you could do that,” Davis said.
Frankly, I’m not sure we knew we could either.
“He would repeatedly run up huge credit card debts, which he never had any intention of paying,” his ex-wife told the court. “The only time he was ever remorseful is when he was in trouble with the law.”
Michael Morris’ attorney appears to argue those defrauded had it coming for not doing due diligence: “One could argue the financial institutions did not do their homework, and Mr. Morris was able to take advantage of their business practices.”