Kim Kardashian Actively Trying to Prevent Rodney Reed's Execution

Rodney Reed's defense said witnesses were intimated

Rodney Reed's defense said witnesses were intimated

Kim Kardashian continues to fight for prison reform - this time taking the battle all the way to death row.

Reed was convicted for the murder of Stacey Stites in Bastrop, Texas; cops claimed he raped, assaulted and strangled her to death.

The "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" star has met with death row inmate Rodney Reed and is lobbying to set him free, TMZ reported.

Stites was living with her fiancé, Jimmy Fennell, Jr., at the time of her death and disappearance.

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The Innocence Project - which says Reed, who is black, was convicted by an all-white jury - points out what it calls weaknesses in the case, saying that the murder weapon has never been tested for DNA evidence and forensic experts have admitted to errors in their testimony.

"Between the medical and scientific evidence, and multiple new, credible witnesses, the original case trial has been completely deconstructed and disproven", said Bryce Benjet, a senior staff attorney at the Innocence Project and Reed's lead counsel in a statement after filing. Among the new witnesses is an insurance salesperson who said in sworn statement that he saw Stites' then-fiancé threaten to kill her if he ever caught her "messing around" with another man. Snow says they were both in the Aryan Brotherhood in prison.

On October 19, Kim Kardashian West tweeted a plea to Texas Gov. Abbott to stop Reed's execution to her 62 million followers. Stites' fiance has denied this. You are a blessing to all the families you advocate for. "We're so glad you have publicly voiced that you also believe he is innocent", he wrote, via TMZ.

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