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Wild Wednesday: All hell breaks loose in Richard Glossip investigation(s) | The City Sentinel


Wild Wednesday: All hell breaks loose in Richard Glossip investigation(s) | The City Sentinel: Attorneys Don Knight, Kathleen Lord and Mark Olive, with the assistance of city lawyer Mark Henricksen, filed a brief in Oklahoma District Court asking “assistance in ensuring that existing innocence witnesses are not intimidated by the State and that additional innocence witnesses not be suppressed and/or intimidated from coming forward by the State.”

Their most significant assertion in the court document is that Rogers County deputies placed Michael Scott, whose affidavit has raised questions about the veracity of Justin Sneed, the admitted killer of Van Treese, under arrest on Wednesday so that then, at the Rogers County jail, Oklahoma County District Attorney David Prater and another man could question Scott about his affidavit. That document is being used in the Glossip case appeal now pending with the Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals.

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