Drug shortage holds back state executions
As a Sussex County jury begins to hear evidence Monday about whether Derrick Powell should be sentenced to die for the murder of Georgetown Patrolman Chad Spicer, Delaware is unable to carry out any executions because of a worldwide shortage of one of the drugs used in lethal injection here.
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#1 Feb 14, 2011
stop using excusses,there are other methods for the death penaly,there is sick people out there who are trying to get rid of the death penalty because they like murders,why don't you just invite them to your house,any body out there who is against the death penalty you are sick and heartless you take up for a murders and you don't want nothing to happen to them,what about the victim you care nothing about them.I am for the death penalty and I think it need to be a harsh type of death penaly.They need to feel pain,letah injection is not cruel it's to easy.Yes for the death penalty.
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