Killing Richard Glossip

  • 2017
  • 1 Season
  • TV-14

The case of death-row inmate Richard Glossip, who was found guilty of murdering his boss, a motel owner, based on the testimony of motel maintenance worker Justin Sneed, who admitted to killing the victim and whose fingerprints were found at the crime scene. Sneed cut a deal: testify against Glossip in exchange for a life sentence.

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Killing Richard Glossip Season 1
Richard Glossip sits on death row for the murder of Barry Van Treese. His case has garnered attention around the world, with advocates like actress Su (more…)
Killing Richard Glossip Season 1
Richard Glossip sits on death row for the murder of Barry Van Treese. His case has garnered attention around the world, with advocates like actress Su (more…)

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Death Watch Season 1, Episode 4 Apr 18, 2017 $1.99

Episode 4 delves into Oklahoma's history of botched executions. Glossip divulges his fear of suffering the same torturous fate as other inmates have, and forensic accountant Pam Kerr casts doubt on the charge that Glossip had embezzled money.

The Machinery of Death Season 1, Episode 3 Apr 18, 2017 $1.99

Episode three explores Glossip's journey through the court system. Glossip's lawyer'suncover many ways the court system failed his client. News of destroyed evidence is acritical discovery, and sheds light on how Glossip ended up on death row.

An Obvious Homicide Season 1, Episode 2 Apr 17, 2017 $1.99

Episode 2 engages all of the viewpoints surrounding Richard Glossip's case.The confessed murderer claims Glossip forced him to kill. The detective whozeroed in on Glossip defends his investigation. But Glossip maintains hisinnocence.

This is Pointing to Me Season 1, Episode 1 Apr 17, 2017 $1.99

In Episode 1, filmmaker Joe Berlinger tells the story of Richard Glossip – a deathrow inmate who has nearly been executed three times, but maintains hisinnocence. Now his lawyers hunt down evidence that could exonerate him,before time runs out.

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