AT A GLANCE
These questions were sent from The Oklahoman to the state Corrections Department on Friday about Tuesday’s execution of Clayton Derrell Lockett.
•Does using one vein instead of two comply with DOC’s lethal injection protocol?
•Was a call made for medical assistance, such as for an EMT, or an ambulance?
•Were attempts to revive Lockett, such as CPR, etc., made by any medical or DOC staff in the execution chamber?
•Director Patton was told there was not enough drugs to proceed after the curtains were closed. Does that mean there were only enough remaining drugs for Wanrer’s execution, and if so, why weren’t they used and Warner’s execution stayed?
•Once it was determined there was only one viable vein, did DOC staff recommend to the governor’s office and the attorney general’s office that a stay for Lockett be given instead of proceeding with the execution?
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