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The state of Texas vs. Melissa Lucio


Texas is set to carry out what many see as a huge miscarriage of justice: Melissa Lucio is set to be executed for the murder of her 2-year-old daughter, Mariah, in 2007. But thousands — including dozens of lawmakers and Kim Kardashian — are fighting for Lucio’s life, and attorneys think new evidence may exonerate her. Cornell Law School professor Sandra Babcock, Lucio’s son John and Sabrina Van Tassel, director of a documentary about the case, join Mehdi to discuss.