Robert Earl Glidewell was convicted of first-degree murder after having participated in the robbery of a local convenience store, which resulted in the death of the store clerk. On February 1, 1978, a convenience store was robbed in Oklahoma City around the early morning hours. David Devol, the store clerk, was talking on the phone with an acquaintance who overheard the commotion and the moment the victim was shot. Upon hearing the gunshots, the acquaintance ran from her home to the store, where she identified Robert Glidewell's car. On ...

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