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The Supreme Court Let A Man Die. He Was Executed With The Wrong Drug.
The court placed far too much faith in Oklahoma's disastrous lethal injection protocol in January and in June.
Oklahoma Plays Torture Roulette With Lethal Injection
The logical response to Clayton Lockett's bloody, pain-filled, unconstitutional execution in Oklahoma eight months ago would be to prevent such torture from happening again. But Oklahoma has another idea for its first execution since Lockett's.
Oklahoma Set To Kill Charles Warner, The State's First Execution After Botched Attempt
Prior to his execution, Lockett was Tasered by officers, and was found with a self-inflicted laceration to his arm, according
Mom Doesn't Want Man Who Murdered Her Baby To Be Executed
Waller said she wanted her baby's killer to spend the rest of his life thinking about what he's done. Warner was convicted
FIRST LOOK: Oklahoma's New Death Chamber
By Associated Press, Associated Press
New protocols require more training for the execution team and backup procedures in case a lethal injection goes awry. The
If We're Keeping the Death Penalty, Then Bring Back Firing Squads
Television journalist, author, syndicated columnist
If we're going to keep carrying out the death penalty in this country and if we are going to continue to grandly insist that they are "humane executions" then only a return to a firing squad will insure a speedy and relatively pain free death for the condemned.
'My Whole Body Is Burning': Double Execution in Oklahoma
Executive Director of the National Coalition to Abolish the De...
There will be some who will say, what does it matter? People on death row deserve whatever they get. But it matters whether the state of Oklahoma follows its own laws, let alone the U.S. Constitution, when it seeks to impose the most severe punishment imaginable.
Execution In America: Cruel & Unusual?
Two men on death row in Oklahoma could be executed using the same lethal concoction that caused an Ohio man to make gasping noises during his execution. Do these actions violate the 8th Amendment that protects against cruel and unusual punishment?
The Media Curmudgeon is Taken to Task
Blogger at Media Curmudgeon.com; Teacher at The New School, NYU
Guest blogger Jiri Nechleba takes the Media Curmudgeon to task with the following intelligent rebuttal to my last post.
Roger Ailes Naysayers Left With Egg On Their Faces Following Contract Renewal
Writing for the industry website JackMyers.com, an influential commentary newsletter in the advertising community (and one
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