What Does the Future of Death Penalty Look Like?

When Dr. Jay Chapman invented the three-drug method of lethal injection used in most states, it was supposed to be, he said, a more humane type of execution. But, 30 years later, Chapman now says the three-drug cocktail, which an apparently divided Supreme Court considered on Monday, hasn't always worked out as planned. In a few highly publicized executions, it appeared that inmates were not properly anaesthetized before the drugs stopped their hearts -- possibly leading to excruciating pain...Full Story
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