Report uncovers new evidence in death row inmate Richard Glossip's case, as Oklahoma lawmakers request new hearing
A law firm claims new evidence has been discovered in the case of Oklahoma death row inmate Richard Glossip.
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NPR's Ayesha Rascoe asks Oklahoma state Rep. Kevin McDugle why he thinks death row inmate Richard Glossip is innocent and deserves a new trial.
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