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Supreme Court declines to hear appeal of Rodney Reed after lawyers raise new evidence The 51-year-old death row inmate was found guilty in the 1996 assault, rape and strangling of 19-year-old Stacey Stites and has spent more than 20 years behind bars.

The Supreme Court has denied an appeal from Texas death row inmate Rodney Reed, who was found guilty of the 1996 murder of Stacey Stites and has spent over 20 years in prison.

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Rodney Reed is currently seeking his tenth state habeas application, according to Justice Sotomayor.

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‘This is a miscarriage of justice’ — Rodney Reed was convicted and sentenced to death for murder by an all-white jury despite having a solid alibi. With just weeks left until his execution date, experts and witnesses still believe he’s innocent

Rodney Reed has been on death row since 1998 for the murder of 19-year-old Stacey Stites. Reed has maintained his innocence since his arrest, yet the state of Texas plans to execute him on November 20, 2019.

"Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about what matters" Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. We must stand together and lift up our brother Rodney Reed. Join me in calling to stop Reed's execution by the state.

Texas prepares to execute Rodney Reed amid a flood of new evidence pointing to his innocence by @chronic_jordan 

At the time of the murder, Stites was engaged to a police officer named Jimmy Fennell. Fennell was known for racist remarks and a pattern of abusive behavior. Stites and Fennell are both white, and Rodney Reed is Black.

Breaking News: The Texas parole board unanimously voted to recommend that the governor delay Rodney Reed’s execution after new evidence drew attention to the case

BREAKING: The Texas Court of Criminal Appeals has stayed Rodney Reed's execution, outweighing the parole board's recommendation.

Rodney Reed was convicted and sentenced to death for murder by an all-white jury despite having a solid alibi. With just weeks left until his execution date, experts still believe he’s innocent

? BREAKING: RODNEY REED'S EXECUTION IS STAYED. By order of the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals. Reed's "Brady, false testimony, and actual innocence claims" will be considered by the trial court in his case before any further action is taken.

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Rodney Reed was convicted and sentenced to death for murder by an all-white jury despite having a solid alibi. With just weeks left until his execution date, experts still believe he’s innocent

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