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“The court, in an opinion by Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, ruled 6-3 that Texas death-row inmate Henry Skinner could file such a lawsuit, reversing lower courts that ruled for Texas prosecutors.”
“The drug at issue is thiopental sodium, a barbiturate used by states to render death-row inmates unconscious before other lethal drugs are used to complete an execution.”
“A federal judge blocked what would have been California's first execution in nearly five years, giving a death-row inmate who was two days from receiving a lethal injection a reprieve that could last months.”
“George Ryan imposed it in 2000 after a number of death-row prisoners were exonerated.”
“In scientific forums, he advocated chemical euthanasia for death-row criminals, whose organs could then be used for transplant.”
“Do you think that your argument that life is made priceless by heredity would hold equally true for a harder case, for instance, a death-row inmate or, indeed,”
“A federal appeal hearing is set for a death-row inmate who ordered the murder of his ex-girlfriend because he was angry about child support payments.”
“The families of three men who died in the aftermath of Iran's disputed election last year have granted a death-row reprieve to the two jailers convicted of their killings.”
“Georgia, Tennessee and Kentucky earlier relinquished their supplies of thiopental, used with other drugs to carry out lethal injections, amid claims from attorneys for death-row inmates that states acquired the drug in violation of federal import laws.”
“Samuel Alito split with the court's conservatives Wednesday night, refusing to let Missouri execute a death-row inmate contesting lethal injection.”
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