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Oklahoma archbishop: Supreme Court review of execution could further cause of abolition

Posted on AllSides January 24th, 2024
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The U.S. Supreme Court announced Monday that it will review the case of an Oklahoma man on death row who may have been wrongfully convicted, a decision the Oklahoma City archbishop says could help further respect for “the dignity of life” for all people. Richard Glossip was first convicted in 1998 for allegedly ordering a handyman at a motel Glossip managed to murder the motel’s owner. Glossip was largely convicted on the handyman’s testimony. Since his initial conviction, two independent investigations have uncovered serious problems with his trial, including allegations...

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