Electric Chair Returning to Tennessee

State prisons will electrocute death row inmates in the event lethal injection drugs are not available.
0:23 | 05/23/14

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Tennessee may bring back the electric chair for executions. Governor bill -- land just hours ago signed a law making it an option because there's a nationwide shortage. -- lethal injection drugs some states allow inmates to choose the method of execution but that won't be the case in Tennessee. Opponents say electrocution is cruel and unusual punishment.

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