Rodney Reed was convicted in 1998 of the 1996 rape and murder of 19-year-old Stacey Stites, who was a week away from getting married.

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In the 22-plus years since his conviction, Reed and his attorneys from the Innocence Project have attempted to get him a new trial on the grounds that some evidence in his favor wasn’t presented to the jury and that new evidence and new witnesses have emerged.

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“I don’t think it’s a question of whether he’s guilty or not guilty,” says Dr. Phil in the conclusion of this two-part episode airing Friday. “I think the question is, has he had a fair trial with the full airing of all of the evidence?”

Rodney Reed has exhausted all appeals and is scheduled to be executed on November 20, 2019. Is there anything left to be done?

Watch the video above to hear what Reed told Dr. Phil in the last moments of their death row interview, plus find out what the studio audience thinks about Rodney Reed’s guilt or innocence.

The conclusion of this two-part Dr. Phil airs Friday. Check here to find out where you can watch.

If you stand with the Innocence Project and want to stop Rodney Reed’s execution on November 20th, go to Please fill in the form and you will be instructed on what to do next.  Also, visit  

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