Activists say more action is needed to stem bootlegging, investigate slayings in Whiteclay


December 22, 2017

LINCOLN — Activists involved in shutting down beer sales in Whiteclay called on the state to do more to not only end bootlegging of alcohol in the area, but to investigate unsolved slayings in the unincorporated village.

Oklahoma attorney John Maisch, who produced a documentary on the alcohol-related problems linked to Whiteclay, called a recent legislative report on the village “wholly inadequate and tone deaf” to some bigger issues affecting the town.


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