An attorney for a Texas death row inmate has told a judge that new evidence suggests the 19-year-old woman his client was convicted of killing may instead have been strangled by her jealous boyfriend. Rodney Reed was convicted in the 1996 rape and murder of Stacy Stites in Bastrop, a rural community about 30 miles (50 kilometers) southeast of Austin. Reed’s attorney argued Monday before state District Judge J.D. Langley that new witnesses and forensic evidence support theories that Stites and Reed were having an affair and that Stites could have been killed by her fiancé, former police officer Jimmy Fennell, according to the Austin American-Statesman.
UConn Huskies guard Paige Bueckers said her offseason surgery went well and that she's bounced back and added some strength in the weight room. Bueckers also discusses the incoming Freshman class including Azzi Fudd and jokes they'll have trouble matching her classes success.
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