By now you’ve heard: Richard Glossip was granted yet another stay of his execution, this time because the state Department of Corrections did not have the right drug needed to kill him.
The drugs weren’t received until Wednesday morning, meaning there was not enough time to acquire the proper drugs.
Gov. Mary Fallin granted Glossip a 37-day stay, meaning he’s now set for execution Nov. 6.
We will have ongoing coverage of his case, as well as other death penalty cases in the state. In the meantime, we wanted to share these pictures by photographer Shane Bevel capturing the day’s events in McAlester.
— Dylan Goforth, The Frontier