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Justice for Stacey Stites and Rodney Reed

Sadgirl Hours

TRIGGER WARNINGOn April 23rd, 1996 - Stacey Stites was found dead in a rural area of Bastrop, Texas. Two years later, Rodney Reed is convicted of her abduction, rape, and murder. But what if there's more to the story?This is a story of domestic abuse, racial discrimination, and how the power of being a police officer can help you get away with murder.Update on Rodney's case: https://innocenceproject.org/rodney-reed-whats-next-2021-hearing-innocence-evidence/Sign Rodney's petition!: https://www.freerodneyreed.com/

46mins

8 Sep 2021

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Clear & Convincing: Season 4 Episode: 20: Texas Vs. Rodney Reed; The Myths!

Podcast Network 49

On April 23, 1996, Stacey Stites was raped, strangled and her body was dumped on the side of a country road in Bastrop, Texas. Police theorized that Stacey was abducted at around 3:00 a.m. while on her way to the H.E.B. store in Bastrop, where she worked an early morning shift in the produce department. The truck she was driving was found abandoned at Bastrop High School, which was 35 miles from the apartment in Giddings that she shared with her future husband, Jimmy Fennell. In March, 1997, DNA results from Stacey’s body linked Rodney Reed to her murder. Initially, Reed denied knowing Stacey. Later, he claimed to have had a secret relationship with her. That defense proved ineffective at trial and Reed was convicted and sentenced to death in May, 1998. Reed’s direct appeal and numerous state and federal writs have been unsuccessful. Join Lisa O’Brien on Sunday, August 22, 2021 at 8:00 p.m. Central for a look at the myths circulated in the media about the case and the improbable scenario of a law enforcement cover-up to protect Jimmy Fennell. She’ll be joined by guests, including a member of Bastrop law enforcement.

1hr 28mins

24 Aug 2021

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Clear & Convincing-Episode 19: Rodney Reed evidentiary hearing recap

Podcast Network 49

On April 23, 1996, Stacey Stites was raped, strangled and her body was dumped on the side of a country road in Bastrop, Texas. Police theorized that Stacey was abducted at around 3:00 a.m. while on her way to the H.E.B. store in Bastrop, where she worked an early morning shift in the produce department. The truck she was driving was found abandoned at Bastrop High School, which was 35 miles from the apartment in Giddings that she shared with her future husband, Jimmy Fennell. In March, 1997, DNA results from Ms. Stites’ body linked Rodney Reed to the murder. Initially, Reed claimed not to know Stacey. Later, he claimed to have had a secret relationship with her. That defense proved ineffective at trial and Reed was convicted and sentenced to death in May, 1998. Reed’s direct appeal and numerous state and federal writs have been unsuccessful. Join Lisa O’Brien and Michael Carnahan on Sunday, August 15, 2021 at 8:00 p.m. Central for a re-cap of the evidentiary hearing held in July to develop some of Reed’s claims in his 10th state post-conviction writ. We’ll be joined guests, including two people who attended the hearings.

2hr 26mins

16 Aug 2021

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Clear & Convincing: Ep. 30 - State of Texas v. Rodney Reed

Podcast Network 49

On April 23, 1996, Stacey Stites was raped and murdered in Bastrop, Texas. For a year, Stacey’s case remained unsolved, with no viable suspects until April 4, 1997, when DNA linked Rodney Reed to the crime. Initially, Reed denied knowing Stacey, but at trial, he claimed that he and Stacey were involved in a secret interracial relationship. While this defense was successful once before, the jury at his 1998 trial rejected the claim and convicted him of capital murder. After multiple prior rape victims testified during the punishment phase, Reed was sentenced to death. Join Lisa O’Brien and Michael Carnahan on Tuesday, January 26, 2021, at 8:00 p.m. Central for Clear and Convincing Episode 30, State of Texas v. Rodney Reed. We are a live show and, as always, calls are welcome at (347) 989-1171.

1hr 36mins

14 Jun 2021

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Rodney Reed on Journey to the Energy C-Suite – JECS005

Journey to the Energy C-Suite

On this episode, our host Ryan Sanford talks with NOV President of Completion Tools, Rodney Reed.Rodney was a three-time Academic All American, National Football Foundation award winner, starting offensive lineman and team captain of the 2003 National Champion LSU Tigers football team. In this episode Rodney talks about the impact of his sports background, the importance of prioritizing your time, what he learned about leadership from his former coach, Nick Saban and his shift to a corporate career after playing in the NFL. They explore the importance of developmental assignments, building diverse teams, managing peer relationships as an executive and the biggest things Oil and Gas companies must get right over the next 3 to 5 years. Links:Rodney's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rodney-reed-957089a4NOV's Website: http://www.nov.com/Thank you to our show sponsor the Price College of Business at the University of Oklahoma.Executive MBA In Energy (EMBA): https://www.ou.edu/price/mba/embainenergyLeave a ReviewEnjoy listening? Support the show by leaving a review in iTunes.Connect with OGGNInterested in Sponsoring? If you would like to get your company in front of our professional audience, please contact our Producer, Savannah Wilson.Engage with Oil and Gas Global NetworkLinkedIn Group | LinkedIn Company Page | Facebook | modalpoint | OGGNStreet TeamFacebook Group | LinkedIn GroupEvents on Deck: Get Modalpoint's Monthly Events EmailGet Automatically Notified About Oil & Gas Events Once a MonthConnect with Ryan SanfordLinkedIn | Oil and Gas Global Network

25mins

5 Jun 2021

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Stacey Stites case: Did Rodney Reed kill her?

Lovely Freaks Podcast

https://linktr.ee/Lovelyfreaks Today's case is about Stacey Stites and who really murdered this beautiful 19 year old women in 1996 Was it the man currently in prison for her murder Rodney Reed, who claimed they were having an affair. Rodney got a stay of execution in 2019 for this crime because there is just to much more investigation that needs to be done.  Perhaps it was Jimmy Fennell, Stacey's fiance who killed her. He was a police officer and was actually a prime suspect in the beginning of this case. However alot of poeple will argue that Jimmy needed to be looked at more closely and I will agree with that.  This case has received the attention of high profile people from Kim Kardasian to Republican Ted Cruz. What are your thoughts on this case? Do you beleive the right man is in prison, or do you believe her fiance is to blame? Let us know in the comment seciton or comment on our instagram post. 

54mins

26 Feb 2021

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Episode 6: Rodney Reed

No Good Deeds - A True Crime Podcast

This episodes discusses Rape, Racism, and murder. In Episode 6 I will tell you the story of Stacey Stites' Murder.  But who done it? Is it Rodney Reed, who is sitting on death row, her fiancé Jimmy Fennel or an old flame David Lawhon?  As always, listeners discretion is always advised. Let me know what you think over on Instagram @nogooddeedspodcast, on Twitter @nogooddeeds_pod or you can email me at nogooddeedspodcast@gmail.com Thanks, Kim!

35mins

2 Feb 2021

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Clear and Convincing - Ep. 30 - State of Texas v. Rodney Reed with David Fisher

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On April 23, 1996, Stacey Stites was raped and murdered in Bastrop, Texas.  For a year, Stacey’s case remained unsolved, with no viable suspects until April 4, 1997, when DNA linked Rodney Reed to the crime.  Initially, Reed denied knowing Stacey, but at trial, he claimed that he and Stacey were involved in a secret interracial relationship.  While this defense was successful once before, the jury at his 1998 trial rejected the claim and convicted him of capital murder.  After multiple prior rape victims testified during the punishment phase, Reed was sentenced to death.  Join Lisa O’Brien and Michael Carnahan on Tuesday, January 26, 2021, at 8:00 p.m. Central for Clear and Convincing Episode 30, State of Texas v. Rodney Reed.   We are a live show and, as always, calls are welcome at (347) 989-1171.

1hr 37mins

27 Jan 2021

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ABC's 20/20 Looks At Rodney Reed's Case Through Rose Colored Glasses

Roberta Glass True Crime Report

Lisa O'Brien joins Roberta to discuss the 20/20 episode "Stacey Stites- The Girl in the Pines". O'Brien was featured in the episode but does she think it was a fair look at the case that convicted Rodney Reed of Stacey Stites' rape and murder? The Roberta Glass True Crime Report is produced by Ati Abdo MacDonald.

59mins

5 Jan 2021

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Rodney Reed One Year Later with Rodrick Reed

Speaking of Racism

As a follow-up to our November 3rd, 2019 episode on Rodney Reed, Tina spoke with Rodrick Reed, the brother of Rodney Reed, to find out how everyone is doing, get a status on the case, and learn about what kind of support they all need as they continue to fight for Rodney's freedom. To donate and support the family and their fight for Rodney, you can give directly: CashApp: $freerodneyreed. Venmo: @reedjusticeinitiative

24mins

20 Oct 2020

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