U.S. Supreme Court Will Allow Execution, Alabama Still Delays Death Warrant

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Published on April 12, 2019 - Duration: 00:46s

U.S. Supreme Court Will Allow Execution, Alabama Still Delays Death Warrant

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled early Friday that Alabama can proceed with the execution of a death row inmate whose lawyers argued that lethal injections had been botched in the past, causing a painful death.

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