Oklahoma State Capitol

The Oklahoma State Capitol building. DYLAN GOFORTH/The Frontier

With less than two weeks remaining before Richard Glossip’s scheduled execution, the furor over Oklahoma’s death penalty and the fight to save Glossip’s life has reached near critical mass.

On Thursday, Sister Helen Prejean, a longtime anti-death penalty advocate, delivered a 270,000-signature petition to Gov. Mary Fallin’s doorstep, asking for a stay in Glossip’s case to keep the convicted murderer alive.

Fallin, through her spokesman, said no.

Here are some of the sights and sounds of the day.

Previous Frontier stories on Glossip’s case can be found here, herehere and here.