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May 2, 2007

Some lethal injection headline highlights

Lots of headlines nationwide about a variety of lethal injection litigation development.  All of these stories come from the AP:

In addition, columnist Deborah Saunders has this interesting new commentary entitled "Bad Medicine on Lethal Injection" that begins this way:  "Death penalty opponents will say anything, no matter how unbelievable, to stop an execution during the appeals process.  There is no claim too bogus for some lawyers and activists -- and apparently no claim too bogus for some medical journals."

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As you can see from the number of posts today, it's a busy time. Doug Berman at Sentencing Law and Policy picked up three stories relating to LI challenges. Here's part of his post:Lots of headlines nationwide about a variety [Read More]

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Here is the link to Debra Saunders' column:


Posted by: Kent Scheidegger | May 2, 2007 6:29:10 PM

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