In Evolution Of Execution Methods, Botched Procedures Remain In Oklahoma, a botched execution resulted from a relatively new combination of lethal injection drugs. Ohio, Missouri, and Florida are all struggling to find alternatives to traditional drugs.
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In Evolution Of Execution Methods, Botched Procedures Remain

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In Evolution Of Execution Methods, Botched Procedures Remain

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In Evolution Of Execution Methods, Botched Procedures Remain

In Evolution Of Execution Methods, Botched Procedures Remain

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In Oklahoma, a botched execution resulted from a relatively new combination of lethal injection drugs. Ohio, Missouri, and Florida are all struggling to find alternatives to traditional drugs. Austin Sarat of Amherst College explains the evolution of execution methods in the U.S.