The Supreme Court is weighing the fate of Curtis Flowers, a man sitting on death row in Mississippi. He's been tried six times for quadruple murder, but has maintained his innocence throughout. The Supreme Court has been clear: you cannot remove people from juries based on race. But defense attorneys say that happened to Flowers in six different trials. The first five were overturned or ended in mistrial. Jan Crawford reports.

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