Oklahoma governor grants Richard Glossip 60-day stay of execution

Court considers Glossip’s case after independent investigation raised questions about guilt in 1997 killing

Oklahoma’s governor has granted Richard Glossip a 60-day stay of execution while a state appeals court considers his claim of innocence.

Kevin Stitt signed an executive order on Tuesday delaying Glossip’s execution for the 1997 killing of Glossip’s boss, Barry Van Treese, a motel owner, that was scheduled for 22 September.

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