At trial, Reed had various witnesses lined up who could testify to the relationship, but most weren’t called, seemingly because they were related to Reed.
Over the last 18 years, I’ve written dozens of times about Reed’s case.
Some of that information should have been made available to defense lawyers before Reed’s trial but wasn’t.
In one case Reed had been prosecuted and acquitted.
It did this in Reed’s case most recently on October 30, when it denied, by postcard, his request to withdraw the looming execution date.

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