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Inmate dies after botched execution; second execution stayed

According to a Corrections Department spokesman, all three lethal injection drugs were administered, but they did not have the desired effect.
by Graham Lee Brewer Modified: April 29, 2014 at 7:24 pm •  Published: April 29, 2014

>>Read: Oklahoma's first double-execution since 1937 set for Tuesday night (Published April 28, 2014)

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>>Read: Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin stays execution (Published April 22, 2014)

>>Read: Oklahoma Supreme Court stays executions of two inmates (Published April 21, 2014)

>>Read: Oklahoma says it will execute two inmates with manufactured drugs (Published April 12, 2014)

>>Read: Condemned man's last words lead to questions about lethal injection cocktail in Oklahoma, US (Published Feb. 9, 2014)

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>>Read: Trials ordered for 3 in Perry slaying (Published Nov. 17, 1999)

>>Read: Three Face Charges In Perry Crime Spree (Published June 8, 1999)

>>Read: Three Jailed in Kidnappings, Rapes, Woman's Slaying (Published June 6, 1999)

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>>Read: Court denies killer's appeal (Published May 15, 2007)

>>Read: Convicted killer sentenced to death again (Published July 24, 2003)

>>Read: Death Penalty Plus Prison Assessed in Baby's Killing (Published March 13, 1999)

>>Read: Man Convicted Of Raping, Killing 11-Month-Old(Published March 12, 1999)

by Graham Lee Brewer
General Assignment/Breaking News Reporter
Graham Lee Brewer began his career as a journalist covering Oklahoma's vibrant music scene in 2006. After working as a public radio reporter for KGOU and then Oklahoma Watch, where he covered areas such as immigration and drug addiction, he went...
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