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Rodney Reed has been on death row for more than 22 years after being found guilty of the murder, rape, and abduction of Stacey Stites. Learn why celebrities, politicians, and the state’s parole board are fighting for an appeal for Reed’s sentence.
Investigative reporter Mara Schiavocampo shares why race is a significant factor in Rodney Reed’s case, and points out that Stacey Stites’ fiancé, Jimmy Fennell, has been accused of racist behavior. Hear why the murder weapon was not tested for DNA.
Rodrick Reed recalls finding out Rodney would not be executed, just hours before being put to death. He shares how celebrities – like Kayne and Kim Kardashian West – have shown support. Plus, Reed’s attorney – Bryce Benjet – weighs in on the case.
Bryce Benjet explains why the forensic findings from Stites’ murder are medically impossible, and he argues that Jimmy Fennell’s story does not correlate to the evidence. Why has this evidence not been refuted by the experts for the state?
Dr. Oz points out that the only physical evidence linking Reed to Stites was his semen found inside of her, which Reed stated was in part to consensual sex the day before. Benjet reveals further evidence that Reed and Stites were in a relationship.
Dr. Oz shines light on the untold story of the D.C. sniper investigations. Then, former FBI counterterrorism expert Tim Clemente and former FBI behavioral profiler Jim Clemente weigh in on the horrific and unusual case.
Dr. Oz shows us the threatening message left on the death tarot card found on the crime scene. Jim Clemente deciphers the message, and walks us through how they began to build the profile from the few words.
Tim Clemente points out that the FBI has a human scent recovery team, and he explains how the scent taken from the death tarot card was used to track the snipers. Plus, learn how bloodhounds are able to collect and detect scent.
With millions of supporters, including celebrities like Kim Kardashian and Rihanna, who believe he was wrongfully convicted, Rodney Reed’s execution has been postponed indefinitely. Today, his brother reveals what's in store for Rodney.