executions

Government
3:47 pm
Tue September 25, 2012

Critics Find Issues with Proposed New Ky. Execution Policy

Critics of Kentucky's proposed new death penalty method have asked officials to make multiple changes to how executions are carried out now that the state is switching to a one- or two-drug lethal injection. During a hearing Tuesday in Frankfort, public defenders, private attorneys and anti-death penalty activists said the rules Kentucky wants to put in place have multiple problems, including that condemned inmates aren't allowed access to their attorneys on the day of execution.

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Morning Cram
11:30 am
Fri June 1, 2012

morning cram [with great power comes great responsibility edition]

"It's kind of that crazy-awful thing where fantasy is no longer," Garfield says. "You're truly in spandex, which actually sucks, in reality. It's hard work being that guy; it's tough."
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Government
10:30 am
Fri June 1, 2012

Kentucky to Change Execution Method

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Kentucky will change the way it executes prisoners after a judge ordered it to rethink the current injection process that involves three drugs. 

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