Richard Glossip Needs Our Help

And time is of the essence

There are two bills in the Oklahoma House Judiciary Committee that are important to Rich’s case. The prosecutor has crucial evidence which was never produced. These bills would free him to release this evidence to Rich’s lawyers.

Please contact the members of the judiciary committee, especially Chairman Rande Worthen, and let them know that:

  • House Bill 2219 (Disclosure of Evidence After Conviction), and
  • House Bill 2220 (Prosecutor Conduct Review Panel)

are important pieces of legislation that must move out of the committee so they can be heard on the floor of the House of Representatives. The judiciary committee has the chance to kill these bills without a hearing.

We can’t let that happen!

Please contact Chairman Worthen and the other committee members and POLITELY ask them to move House Bills 2219 and 2220 out of the committee and to the House of Representatives where they can be heard.

For more case information, please visit the Save Richard Glossip site and follow his story at:

Judiciary Committee Members

Name                          Phone                         Email                                         

Rande Worthen          (405) 557-7398           rande.worthen@okhouse.gov

Gerrid Kendrix            (405) 557-7369           gerrid.kendrix@okhouse.gov

Carol Bush                   (405) 557-7359           carol.bush@okhouse.gov

Jose Cruz                     (405) 557-7397           jose.cruz@okhouse.gov

Ross Ford                    (405) 557-7347           ross.ford@okhouse.gov

Jason Lowe                 (405) 557-7367           jason.lowe@okhouse.gov

Stan May                     (405) 557-7338           stan.may@okhouse.gov

Lonnie Sims                (405) 557-7340           lonnie.sims@okhouse.gov

Danny Sterling            (405) 557-7349           danny.sterling@okhouse.gov

Judd Strom                  (405) 557-7402           judd.strom@okhouse.gov

 

Amazing grace
How sweet the sound
That saved a wretch like me
I once was lost
But now I’m found
Was blind, but now I see

Twas grace that taught
My heart to fear
And grace my Fears relieved
How precious did
That grace appear
The hour I first believed

Through many dangers
Toils and snares
We have already come
‘Twas grace hath brought
Us safe thus far
And grace will lead us home

When we’ve been there
Ten thousand years
Bright shining as the sun
We’ll have no less days to sing God’s praise
Than when we first begun

Amazing grace
How sweet the sound
That saved a wretch like me
I once was lost
But now I’m found
Was blind, but now I see.

Words and music: John Newton

Why this song?

This song was written by a white man who suddenly understands the injustice of what he is doing by enslaving Black people. Waking up to injustice and seeing it clearly is part of the struggle. - Ann

 

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