Oct 06, 2015

Arkansas: Deal with inmates over drug secrecy not a contract

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — An agreement to tell Arkansas' condemned inmates the source of its execution drugs isn't technically a contract and a judge should dismiss a lawsuit challenging a new death penalty law, the state's prison director said in a court filing Monday. An attorney for Arkansas Department of Correction Director Wendy Kelley filed the motion to dismiss a complaint from eight death...

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