OH Inmate Avoids Execution When Medics Can’t Find Vein

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Convicted killer Alva Campbell Jr. received a rare reprieve from his scheduled execution in Ohio Wednesday when medical personnel were unable to locate a vein to absorb the three-drug cocktail used as part of the lethal injection process, says the Dayton Daily News. His execution was rescheduled for June 15, 2019. Ohio Gov. John Kasich . . .

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