Federal judge temporarily blocks Okla. pharmacy from selling drug to Missouri for execution

  • Article by: TIM TALLEY , Associated Press
  • Updated: February 13, 2014 - 12:55 AM

OKLAHOMA CITY — A federal judge has temporarily blocked an Oklahoma pharmacy from providing an execution drug to the Missouri Department of Corrections for an upcoming lethal injection.

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arspartzFeb. 13, 14 4:48 AM

I wonder if the "15-year-old Kansas City girl" felt any "severe, unnecessary, lingering and ultimately inhumane pain." Perhaps he would prefer the old Soviet method, a single pistol shot to the back of the head. That's a more humane option than he gave his victim.

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bigbadbeanFeb. 13, 14 6:30 AM

Firing squads or hanging. Take your choice. Enough already with the liberals worrying about the potential suffering of these despicable people.

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dhenkelsFeb. 13, 1410:10 AM

I'm with the other two. Seriously you worry about their pain, what about the pain and fear their victim felt? And the pain the family of the victim feels.

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thurstinFeb. 13, 1411:20 AM

Capital punishment is not a deterrent, it is not cheaper and there are mistakes. We certainly should be passed this.

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firefight41Feb. 14, 1410:34 AM

The death penalty should be removed as a punishment from the US government and all 50 states. It's time we became a civilized nation.

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