Lengthy Litigation Stalls Mississippi Death Penalty

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With litigation over Mississippi’s use of execution drugs scheduled to stretch into 2017, the state could go five years without executing a death row inmate. That would be the longest gap between executions in Mississippi in 15 years, reports the Associated Press. Mississippi has executed 21 people, all men, since the death penalty resumed. That includes a 13-year gap between . . .

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