Clayton Lockett

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Why Execution Drugs Don't Always Work as Planned

30 April 2014 | 9:54 pm After Oklahoma death-row inmate Clayton Lockett received a lethal injection, he lived for 43 minutes, convulsing and writhing on the gurney before finally dying of a heart attack, according to news reports. Lethal injections usually involve two or three drugs administered in sequence, said Dr. John DiCapua, an anesthesiologist at North Shore-LIJ Health System in Great Neck, N.Y. First, a drug is …

Oklahoma governor promises 'thorough' review of apparently botched execution

30 April 2014 | 8:06 pm Frances Burns OKLAHOMA CITY, April 30 (UPI) — The apparently botched execution of Clayton Lockett will be thoroughly reviewed, Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin promised Wednesday.

Oklahoma prisoner 'tortured to death' in botched execution

30 April 2014 | 5:16 pm Clayton Lockett died of a heart attack a full 43 minutes after his execution began

Clayton Lockett Dies After Lethal Injection Is Halted In Oklahoma

30 April 2014 | 5:03 pm A death row inmate in Oklahoma had been trying hard to postpone his execution, which ultimately took place Tuesday evening. Clayton Lockett was in the process of being executed by means of lethal injection when the …

How Oklahoma Botched an Execution: Clayton Lockett's lethal …

30 April 2014 | 4:04 pm "How Oklahoma Botched an Execution: Clayton Lockett's lethal injection suffered a problem more fundamental than the drugs." Ben Crair has this essay online today at The New Republic. Posted at 11:04 AM by Howard …

There Is Nothing Funny About Last Night's Botched Execution In …

30 April 2014 | 3:25 pm In its eagerness to kill a man, Oklahoma pushed a untested cocktail of drugs into the arm of Clayton Lockett last night, and he died a lengthy death.

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