Lack of Drugs Delays SC’s First Execution in Six Years

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South Carolina will not have the drugs necessary to carry out its first execution in six years of a man convicted of murdering a police officer, reports The State. Bobby Wayne Stone, 52, is scheduled to be executed by lethal injection on December 1 for killing Sumter County Sheriff’s Sgt. Charlie Kubala in 1997. Prison officials will not be able to carry . . .

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