The last inmate executed in California was 76-year-old Clarence Ray Allen, legally blind and suffering from diabetes, who had his heart stopped with a lethal chemical cocktail more than a decade ago as punishment for a triple homicide he’d ordered from a prison cell a quarter century earlier, McClatchy Newspapers reports. Now, with the death penalty dying across the U.S., the nation is . . .
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