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  1. Richard Glossip

    Richard Glossip’s Execution Stayed Again

    She won’t stop it, but she will postpone it. Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin has delayed the execution of the 52-year-old convicted murderer who has a list of supporters including Pope Francis. Glossip took his case against lethal injection drugs to the Supreme Court and lost, but won his second stay in just over two weeks on the heels of another high-profile execution. But this only grants a 37-day reprieve for authorities to review their lethal injection method, and offers little hope of clemency.

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