Oklahoma Execution Halted Amid Concerns Inmate Is Innocent | Time Magazine

Oklahoma Execution Halted Amid Concerns Inmate Is Innocent |  By Justin Worland

An Oklahoma court halted the execution scheduled for Wednesday of a convicted murderer amid growing concern he may be innocent.

The Associated Press reports an appeals court halted the execution of Richard Glossip shortly before he was scheduled to be executed after his attorneys asked for time to review new evidence, including a claim by another inmate that he overheard the other man convicted in the case admit he acted alone. Read More.