'De Facto Moratorium' on Lethal Injections?

Earl Wesley Berry is a killer. He murdered Mary Bounds 20 years ago after the Mississippi grandmother left her church choir practice. Bounds' daughter Jena Watson expected to see Berry die Wednesday evening by lethal injection. "It has brought back all of the grief," she said. But the Supreme Court gave Berry a last-minute reprieve that could have an affect on other death row inmates across the country. The Court blocked the execution until it decides a separate, pending case next year on...Full Story
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