According to Mr. Knight, the entire process has been plagued with problems. He said that after Mr. Glossip’s first conviction was reversed due to ineffective legal counsel, but before the second trial began in 1999, a box containing ten items of evidence was destroyed. He said these items would have contained fingerprints, DNA, or other evidence to determine if Mr. Glossip was involved in the murder.
Is the death penalty off the table for the mastermind of the 9/11 terror attacks? Families of some of those killed were notified about the possibility.
Meanwhile, House Republicans today pressing the Biden administration for more documents related to its alleged collusion with Big Tech companies.
Robert Bowers, the gunman who killed 11 people in a Pittsburgh synagogue, has been handed a death sentence by jurors in a historic decision that marks the first federal death penalty handed down under the Biden administration.