Oklahoma’s Attorney General is reportedly taking steps to stop the scheduled May 18, 2023 execution of inmate Richard Glossip. Glossip, 60, has served nearly 25 years on death row after being convicted for the 1997 murder-for-hire killing of his boss, motel owner Barry Van Treese, and has been served his last meal three times.

In a recent filing with the Oklahoma court of criminal appeals, Attorney General Gentner Drummond says that although the state is not suggesting Glossip is innocent, a key witness against Glossip lied to the jury about his psychiatric treatment and reasons for taking the mood-stabilizing drug lithium.

In the video above, Dr. Phil, who previously interviewed Glossip, shares his thoughts on the recent developments in this case, including witness Justin Sneed’s testimony in which Sneed admitted to killing Barry Van Treese with a baseball bat, but claimed Glossip hired him to commit the act.

Video courtesy: KWTV, Oklahoma City, OK