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May 8, 2006

Lots of lethal injection talk

Back at the home computer, my routines have revealed a lot of recent lethal injection coverage.  Here's just a sample of some recent stories and commentaries:

  • From Slate, Dahlia Lithwick has this great piece entitled "Barely Lethal: How both sides have staked out the worst position in the lethal-injection fight."
  • The disturbing problems with an Ohio execution last week (details here) has prompted two local newspaper editorials here and here on the topic.
  • Back at Slate, Hanny Hindi has this interesting piece entitled "Take My Life, Please: Merciful (but messy) alternatives to lethal injection."

Some recent lethal injection posts:

UPDATE: Monday morning brings this interesting piece from the Hartford Courant entitled, "Capital Clumsiness: Ohio Case Is Latest In Line Of Bungled Executions."

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