Saturday, 3 October 2015

State Murder Of An Innocent Man - (& everyone seems to know it)


Is Oklahoma attempting to execute an innocent man…?  

If this can happen to one man it can happen to many men…  

Apparently, although there is overwhelming evidence that will more than likely prove a mans innocents, due to a technical ruling of law he is still destined to die via lethal injection… 

Richard Glossip, 52, has now been on death row in Oklahoma State Penitentiary, for 18 years. He was convicted of ordering the beating to death of a motel owner in 1997, in what prosecutors say was a murder-for-hire. His accuser is the man convicted of murdering Barry Van Treese, his employer…  

Justin Sneed, the accuser and sole witness in the case, was also the man who confessed to the killing. Sneed claimed that Richard Glossip had hired him to commit the murder. Sneed received a life sentence in a medium-security prison, whilst the self-serving testimony sent Glossip to death row - despite a total lack of evidence…

Thrice, to date, Richard Glossip has been strapped to a gurney, waiting to die via lethal injection. This week, Oklahoma repeated his nightmare a third time. After a wait of hours, his execution was once more aborted: a mix up in the labelling of the deadly chemicals was revealed…  

Two fellow inmates of Sneed testify that he confessed to lying in court, yet the state of Oklahoma refuse to retry the case. State law will not allow a trial to be reopened using a different version of the same evidence…  

Richard Glossip is again waiting to die once the correct chemicals are supplied. He said that he is happy to die if his death will bring to light the injustice of state executions…  

The revealing thing about this case is that we cannot use our “White Privilege” and exclaim, “This poor black man, his life matters”… 

Richard Glossip is a white man… 
Richard Glossip is the average middle-aged all American male… 
Richard Glossip could be you… 

Richard Glossip’s only crime is the lack of funding to afford a good defence lawyer… 

Researched to the best of my ability, my word is not gospel, so probably worth checking for your-self - Barrie Sharpe

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