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Ep 62: The Murder of Stacey Stites and the Case Against Rodney Reed, Part I

All Crime No Cattle

All Crime No Cattle

History, True Crime

4.82.6K Ratings

🗓️ 14 November 2019

⏱️ 78 minutes

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On April 23rd, 1996 Stacey Stites was found murdered in Bastrop, Texas. Rodney Reed was arrested, charged, and condemned to death for her murder. Over the years many concerned organizations, celebrities, business owners, and humanitarians have argued that Rodney Reed is innocent of this crime. The ground swelling movement surrounding this case was an effective agent for action. This week an indefinite stay of execution has been ordered.

In Part 1 of our coverage we discuss the state's case against Rodney Reed and the evidence used to link Reed to Stacey's murder. In Part 2 we will examine everything that went wrong in this case, including suppressed evidence, questionable forensic evidence, false testimony, and more. So join us as we push forward into this two part series.

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Hi everyone and welcome to another episode of All Crime No Cattle.


I'm Erin and I am Shay.


And today we have a very special episode for you, one that has been a long time in the


making and one that has really significant updates that have happened within the last


few days.


So I'm really excited to get into this.


You know, a little backstory on this case, Shay has been promising to do it for months


and months and months, which means that I have not been able to research anything about


this case.


I know pretty much nothing about it, which has been very frustrating because obviously


it's all anybody is talking about.


So I'm really excited to get into the details and really figure this one out.


Yeah, I know it must be hard sitting on the sidelines while everyone is talking about


this and you can't look up a damn thing.


Yeah, it's been frustrating.


Well, it's also been frustrating on a writing standpoint because every time I feel


like I'm ready to do this case, something else huge breaks.


And this has happened a lot over the last couple of years, specifically in the last few




And we're going to talk about this all in this episode of All Crime No Cattle.


I feel like we've said one thing a lot this year in our show specifically.


And we say these things a lot when we cover stories like the two Tokio's or Missingham


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