Nembutal, Pentobarbital Newswire (Page 3)

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  1. Injured bobcat found in Boulder County park can't be savedRead the original story w/Photo

    May 25, 2016 | Colorado Daily

    Animal control specialist Brandy Perkins puts a hoop around an injured bobcat's neck on Wednesday at Heil Valley Ranch in Boulder County. Animal control officers tried to save an injured female bobcat, but the cat was put down due to its injuries, possibly from being hit by car.

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  2. Elderly importers of lethal drug used in assisted suicide are getting pinged by CustomsRead the original story w/Photo

    May 20, 2016 | Manawatu Evening Standard

    Elderly New Zealanders are falling foul of the law by being caught importing potentially fatal doses of Nembutal from China and Mexico. Those who have had their shipment discovered at the border include one Nelson couple in their eighties who were visited and warned by the police, although no charges were laid.

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  3. The End of the Open Market for Lethal-Injection DrugsRead the original story w/Photo

    May 21, 2016 | New Yorker

    Last week, the global drug company Pfizer announced sweeping new restrictions on the distribution of seven of its products, preventing them from being used to carry out the death penalty. Pfizer came into possession of those products, which include sedatives, paralytics, a pain medication, and a drug used to prevent or treat low levels of potassium in the blood, when it acquired the pharmaceutical company Hospira, in September.

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  4. Gillian Mears: 'Not a day goes by that I don't wish that I were dead'Read the original story w/Photo

    May 20, 2016 | Sydney Morning Herald

    Gillian Mears, who died on Monday, was shortlisted for the Australian Book Industry awards for her last book, The Cat with the Coloured Tail . Just over three years ago, prize-winning novelist Gillian Mears appeared at state hearings on the Rights of the Terminally Ill Bill, detailing her experiences living with advanced multiple sclerosis.

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  5. Appeals court considers Missouri's lethal injection protocolRead the original story

    May 18, 2016 | News Tribune

    An attorney representing four state residents argued before a panel of the Missouri Court of Appeals on Wednesday that a Cole County judge incorrectly dismissed a lawsuit challenging the state's procedures for obtaining the drugs it uses to perform executions. Justin Gelfand, representing two former state lawmakers and two Missouri residents, argued the state violates federal and state law by using an illegal prescription to obtain pentobarbital from a compounding pharmacy for the lethal executions.

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  6. Missouria s lethal injection protocol before Appeals CourtRead the original story w/Photo

    May 18, 2016 | KSNT-TV Topeka

    The Kansas State Board of Education has renewed the accreditation status of all the state's schools that participate in the program. KANSAS CITY, Mo.

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  7. Drug company's withdrawal limits death penalty options in AlabamaRead the original story w/Photo

    May 16, 2016 | Anniston Star

    Drug giant Pfizer's decision to ban the use of its products in executions won't necessarily stop capital punishment in Alabama, one expert says, but it's clear the state's lethal injection options are running out. "The sources of drugs on the open market are gone," said Robert Dunham, director of the Death Penalty Information Center, a group that studies the death penalty.

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  8. Pfizer's move throws a wrench into America's death-penalty machineryRead the original story w/Photo

    May 16, 2016 | The Economist

    "FIRST, do no harm." Executives of pharmaceutical companies are not subject to this guiding principle of the Hippocratic oath-only doctors are.

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  9. US: Pfizer bans use of drugs in prison executionsRead the original story

    May 15, 2016 | Scotsman.com

    Pharmaceutical company Pfizer is to block the use of its drugs in lethal injections, which means all federally approved drug manufacturers whose medications could be used for executions in the US have now put them off limits. "Pfizer makes its products to enhance and save the lives of the patients we serve.

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  10. Sick bald eagle, now well, flies to freedomRead the original story

    May 14, 2016 | New Canaan News-Review

    A seven-year-old bald eagle that was sickened by toxins underwent seven weeks of rehab. On Thursday, May 12, 2016 it was released at the Thomastom Dam along the Naugatuck River.

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  11. Pfizer stops blocks use of its drugs for death sentencesRead the original story w/Photo

    May 14, 2016 | Metro UK News

    The company said in a statement on its website: 'Pfizer makes its products to enhance and save the lives of the patients we serve. The company's announcement has limited immediate impact.

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  12. Pfizer blocks use of its drugs in lethal injectionsRead the original story w/Photo

    May 14, 2016 | NWAonline

    Pharmaceutical giant Pfizer announced Friday that it has imposed controls on the distribution of its products to ensure that none are used in lethal injections, a step that closes off the last remaining open-market source of drugs used in executions. Pfizer said it would restrict sales to selected wholesalers of seven products that could be used in executions.

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  13. Pfizer stops supply of drugs for executions in USRead the original story w/Photo

    May 13, 2016 | Independent.ie

    The development means the US Food and Drug Administration-approved companies worldwide able to manufacture drugs used in executions have now blocked the use of the drugs. The company said in a statement on its website: "Pfizer makes its products to enhance and save the lives of the patients we serve.

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  14. Pfizer blocks drugs from being used in executionsRead the original story w/Photo

    May 13, 2016 | KION 46

    Lethal injections will probably become more difficult to carry out in the United States because Pfizer, the second-largest pharmaceutical company in the world, has strengthened controls to prevent its products from being used in executions. Drugs used in executions are no longer available through "the normal pharmaceutical market," said Robert Dunham, executive director of the Death Penalty Information Center.

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  15. Pfizer tightens restrictions on drugsRead the original story w/Photo

    May 13, 2016 | Philly.com

    Pfizer, one of the largest pharmaceutical companies in the world, said Friday that it was tightening restrictions on its drugs to ensure that they are not used in lethal injections, a move that further clamps down on the chemicals states can obtain for executions. While Pfizer had previously said that it had restrictions in place to keep its drugs from being used in lethal injections, the company had acknowledged that it could not guarantee that no prison would obtain the drugs.

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  16. Pfizer says it is tightening restrictions on its drugs to keep them...Read the original story w/Photo

    May 13, 2016 | The Day

    To continue reading up to 10 premium articles, you must register , or sign up and take advantage of this exclusive offer: Pfizer, one of the largest pharmaceutical companies in the world, said Friday that it was tightening restrictions on its drugs to ensure that they are not used in lethal injections, a move that further clamps down on the chemicals states can obtain for executions.  While Pfizer had previously said that it had restrictions in place to keep its drugs from being used in lethal injections, the company had acknowledged that it could not guarantee that no prison would obtain lethal injection drugs.

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  17. Prison official: Pfizer policy to block its drugs from use in executions does not affect AlabamaRead the original story w/Photo

    May 13, 2016 | Alabama Live

    A decision announced Friday by drug maker Pfizer tighten the controls on the distribution of its drug in or to block any of them from being used in lethal injection executions does not affect Alabama's ability to carry out death sentences, a state prisons officials said. Pfizer announced Friday it had updated its policy on controlling wholesalers and other distributors to prevent any drugs from being used by states for lethal injection executions.

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  18. Pfizer won't sell its drugs for use in executionsRead the original story w/Photo

    May 13, 2016 | Star Tribune

    Pharmaceutical giant Pfizer said Friday that it has imposed controls on the distribution of its products to ensure that none is used in lethal injections, a step that closes off the last remaining open-market source of drugs used in executions. More than 20 U.S. and European drug companies have already adopted such restrictions, citing either moral or business reasons.

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  19. Pfizer rules on lethal injection drugs may limit death penalty executionsRead the original story w/Photo

    May 13, 2016 | USA Today

    Pfizer rules on lethal injection drugs may limit death penalty executions Company's action could make it even more difficult for states to carry out executions Check out this story on USATODAY.com: http://usat.ly/1TfoNvj States are having a tougher time getting the drugs needed for lethal injections. Pfizer is the latest company to clamp down on the use of its drugs in executions.

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  20. Texas fighting order to disclose execution drug supplierRead the original story w/Photo

    May 13, 2016 | Albany Times Union

    In this Sept. 21, 2011 file photo, a corrections officer keeps watch outside the Texas Department of Criminal Justice Huntsville Unit in Huntsville, Texas.

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