WASHINGTON (CBSDFW.COM) – The family of Texas death row inmate Rodney Reed was camped outside the U.S. Supreme Court holding vigil Thursday night.
CBS News’ Omar Villafranca was there and shared photos from the scene.READ MORE: Truck Loses Control, Slams Into Royse City Police Officer Michael Baley While Helping Stranded Motorist
The family is hoping the vigil will put a face to the case for the Supreme Court.
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Friday morning, the Justices could decide to take up Reed’s latest attempt to have his execution delayed.
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New evidence in the case has led a growing number of Texas legislators, religious leaders and celebrities to press Gov. Greg Abbott to intervene. Abbott hasn’t spoken publicly about Reed’s case.