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There are some new developments in one death row inmate’s quest for freedom. Richard Glossip was convicted in the 1997 murder of his boss, hotel owner Barry Van Treese. Glossip was accused of hiring Justin Sneed to beat Van Treese to death.
The Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals set execution dates for six death row inmates just hours before an attorney for one planned to ask for a rehearing in his case.
As anti-death penalty advocates and even state lawmakers scrutinize his conviction, high-profile death row inmate Richard Glossip’s execution date has been set once again.
Execution dates were announced Friday for six inmates on Oklahoma’s death row, and they include Richard Glossip, an inmate whose guilt is in question.
Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt announced a second stay of execution for death row inmate Richard Glossip.
Dozens of Oklahoma lawmakers say they support an evidentiary hearing in the case of an Oklahoma death row inmate, who has proclaimed his innocence for decades.
On Monday, dozens of Oklahoma lawmakers came together to call on Oklahoma Attorney General John O’Connor to request for an evidentiary hearing in the case.
A law firm has released new evidence that they say brings into question the guilt of an Oklahoma death row inmate.
Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt announced a 60-day stay of execution for death row inmate Richard Glossip.
A group of five Republican lawmakers announced a law firm from Houston is investigating the case of death-row inmate Richard Glossip.
A group of lawmakers pushing to reopen the case of a convicted killer, who’s been on death row since 1998 for a crime he says he didn’t commit, are heading straight to other lawmakers’ office doors.