Don’t put to death an innocent man | By Helen Prejean
(CNN)The Oklahoma citizens who sentenced Richard Glossip to die are just like you and me — ordinary folk. As fact finders, they are supposed to receive all the information they need to make an informed judgment. So if facts are falsified or withheld, crucial evidence goes missing or key witnesses lie, the jury’s decision will inevitably be skewed. They can only work with what they’re given. Unfortunately for Richard Glossip, what the jury did not know could mean an innocent man is executed later this month. Read More.