The family of a Texas death row inmate whose conviction has come under new scrutiny say Republican Gov. Greg Abbott needs to grant a reprieve at a rally outside his mansion. Rodney Reed is scheduled to die later this month for the 1996 killing of a 19-year-old woman in Central Texas. Rodrick Reed, Rodney’s brother, told supporters outside Abbott’s mansion on Saturday that they’re asking the governor to consider new evidence in the case.
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