Sep 19, 2015

Richard Glossip Granted Two-Week Stay of Execution, Hours Before He Was Slated to Die | Democracy Now!

An Oklahoma appeals court granted death row prisoner Richard Glossip a last-minute stay of execution on Wednesday only hours before he was slated to die. The decision was a response to an emergency request filed by his lawyers Tuesday afternoon. The decision came down at 11:30 a.m. — only three-and-a-half hours before his scheduled execution by lethal injection. Glossip’s new execution date is...

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