Ohio to Execute Man Using New, Single-Drug Lethal Injection

The State of Ohio is prepared to execute a convicted killer on Tuesday using an untested method of lethal injection that no other state has ever employed. The planned execution of Kenneth Biros, who was convicted of killing and dismembering Tammy Engstrom in 1991, will mark the first time a lethal single-drug dose of an anesthetic has ever been used on a death row inmate. On Monday morning, a federal judge denied a request from Biros to delay his execution until attorneys could conduct a...Full Story
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