Critics Call Last-Minute Execution Delays Cruel, Unusual Punishment

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Twice in September, Richard Glossip ate his last meal and prepared himself for the execution chamber in Oklahoma. Both times, his execution was stopped hours before he was supposed to die, NPR reports. The U.S. Supreme Court halted a previous execution in January. Last year, a federal judge ruled California’s death penalty unconstitutional, partially because
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