After 18 Missouri Executions In Two Years, Pace Expected To Slow

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Missouri has executed eighteen killers in the last two years, a pace expected to slow significantly with death sentences on the decline and many of the 28 death row inmates still filing appeals, the Associated Press reports. Only Texas, with 24, has performed more executions than Missouri since November 2013. Execution appears to be imminent
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