Oklahoma files motion to vacate death row inmate Richard Glossip’s conviction

Oklahoma’s attorney general is taking steps that may stop next month’s scheduled execution of Richard Glossip, a man who has spent almost 25 years on death row and whose conviction may have resulted from another man’s lie. CNN’s Ed Lavandera reports. #CNN #News

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