Chemical In Executions Could Cause Painful Death

Print More Some legal and medical experts say that the standard method of executing people “could lead to paralysis that masks intense distress, leaving a wide-awake inmate unable to speak or cry out as he slowly suffocates,” the New York Times reports. It involves a chemical, pancuronium bromide, which has been among those used in lethal
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