Why Death Row Inmate Rodney Reed Says He Believes There’s Been A ‘Cover-Up’
Texas death row inmate Rodney Reed is scheduled to be executed on November 20, 2019, after spending the last 22 years behind prison walls.
Reed insists he is innocent of the 1996 rape and strangulation of 19-year-old Stacey Stites. His DNA was found inside of Ms. Stites, who was about to be married to a Bastrop police officer, and with whom he claims to have been having a sexual affair with at the time of her death.
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“Why does Rodney say he believes there was a cover-up?
Watch the video above to learn more. Plus, some people close to the case have theorized that Stacey Stites’s fiancé, Jimmy Fennell, may have been involved in her murder. Fennell’s attorney vigorously denies the possibility.
If you stand with the Innocence Project and want to stop Rodney Reed’s execution on November 20th, go to https://www.innocenceproject.
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