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Filmmaker Joe Berlinger documents the case of Richard Glossip, a former motel manager sentenced to die for orchestrating a 1997 murder that he swears he had nothing to do with. As Glossip awaits execution, Berlinger's cameras are embedded with his legal team in real time as they race against the clock to uncover new evidence that proves his innocence. The miniseries features exclusive interviews with Glossip and Justin Sneed, the man who admitted to killing the victim, for which he was sentenced to life in prison. There is also first-ever interviews with the lead detectives and attorneys on both sides of the case, plus interviews with Glossip's high-profile supporters, including actress Susan Sarandon, entrepreneur Richard Branson, and activist Sister Helen Prejean.

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Filmmaker Joe Berlinger follows death row inmate Richard Glossip's journey through the criminal justice system, as he awaits execution for orchestrating a murder he swears he had nothing to do with.
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An examination of the history of botched executions in Oklahoma; Richard Glossip divulges his fear of suffering the same torturous fate as other inmates; forensic accountant Pam Kerr casts doubt on the charge that Glossip embezzled money.
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Richard Glossip's journey through the court system; Glossip's lawyer uncovers many ways in which the court system failed his client; news of destroyed evidence is a critical discovery, shedding light on how Glossip ended up on death row.
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Richard Glossip and others share their viewpoints; Justin Sneed, who murdered motel owner Barry Van Treese, claims Glossip forced him to kill; the detective who zeroed in on Glossip defends his investigation; Glossip maintains his innocence.

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