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More than the Richard Glossip case: For the Constitution, for social justice, for reasons pragmatic and humane, put the death penalty into mothballs

by Patrick B. McGuigan, editor Oklahoma City – The execution of Richard Glossip, a resident of death row at the Oklahoma State Penitentiary in McAlester for 18 years, has been delayed four times. He ordered three “final meals,” and ate two of them, each time awaiting his date with lethal injection. After nearly two decades […]

A Summary: “When Eight is Enough”

Staff Report OKLAHOMA CITY – How many “true” stories does it take to execute an innocent man? Editor’s Note: On September 16, Richard E. Glossip is scheduled for execution for his purported role in a “murder-for-hire” plot in 1997. Glossip is currently on death row in Oklahoma waiting his execution. The case has drawn national, […]

Actress Susan Sarandon discusses her activism seeking to stop Richard Glossip’s execution

by Patrick B. McGuigan, Editor Exclusive to The City Sentinel Actress Susan Sarandon has long opposed capital punishment. However, her activism has intensified and become more focused as she seeks to stop or delay the scheduled September 16 execution of Richard E. Glossip. In an email exchange, The City Sentinel asked Sarandon to explain what […]

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