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SCOTUS Offers New Hope to Death Row Prisoner Richard Glossip, Agrees to Hear His Appeal

HeadlineJan 23, 2024

In more Supreme Court news, justices agreed Monday to hear an appeal from Oklahoma death row prisoner Richard Glossip. Glossip has maintained his innocence for over 25 years, after being convicted as the mastermind behind the 1997 murder-for-hire of his former employer, the owner of a motel Glossip managed. He has narrowly escaped execution three times. Oklahoma’s Republican Attorney General Gentner Drummond has said Glossip’s conviction should be vacated due to an unfair trial.

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