Murder at the Motel
The owner of a Best Budget Inn on the outskirts of Oklahoma City was killed inside Room 102. The state has spent years trying to execute Richard Glossip for the crime despite mounting evidence that he is innocent.
The “Power, Pride, and Politics” Behind the Drive to Execute Richard Glossip
The Supreme Court spared Glossip’s life — for now. But his fight is far from over.
Shocking Vote by Oklahoma Parole Board Clears the Way for Richard Glossip’s Execution
Over the unprecedented pleas of the attorney general and state lawmakers to spare Glossip’s life, board members voted to deny clemency.
Oklahoma Court: We Want Richard Glossip Dead and Evidence Be Damned
In a stunning rebuke to the state’s attorney general, the appeals court refused to vacate Glossip’s conviction, clearing the way for his execution.
Oklahoma Attorney General Asks Court to Overturn Richard Glossip’s Conviction
The attorney general cited evidence destroyed by the state and misstatements by key witnesses, concluding that Glossip’s conviction could not stand.
Oklahoma Slows Down Frenzied Execution Spree and Launches Probe Into Richard Glossip Case
Attorney General Gentner Drummond upended the execution calendar and gave Glossip a new chance to prove his innocence.