Sep 30, 2015

Execution Would Be Oklahoma's First Since Ruling on Drugs - ABC News

A death row inmate's scheduled execution for his role in a 1997 motel killing would be the first in Oklahoma since the nation's highest court upheld the state's three-drug lethal injection formula. Unless the U.S. Supreme Court halts the execution, Richard Glossip is scheduled to receive a...

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