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Oklahoma Plans to Execute 25 Prisoners in 29 Months

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The executions are set to begin in late August and run through December 2024. The state had suspended capital punishment for several years because of botched executions and a lawsuit over one of the drugs used. The 25 men on death row have all exhausted their appeals, but they were temporarily spared in recent years as Oklahoma stopped administering the death penalty.
1 month ago·Oklahoma City, United States

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New York Times

Oklahoma Plans to Execute 25 Prisoners in 29 Months

The executions are scheduled to begin in August. The state had suspended capital punishment for several years because of botched executions and a lawsuit over one of the drugs used.

1 month ago·New York, United States
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The Washington Post

Oklahoma plans to execute an inmate nearly every month until 2025

Oklahoma has been at the heart of the nation's death penalty debate after botched lethal injections that led to a more than five-year execution moratorium.

1 month ago·Washington, United States
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Political Wire

Oklahoma Plans to Execute 25 Prisoners in 29 Months

“An Oklahoma court on Friday set execution dates for 25 death row prisoners, setting up a string of executions that would take place nearly every month over the next two years,” the New York Times reports.

1 month ago·New York, United States
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The Daily Beast

Oklahoma to Execute One Inmate Almost Every Month Until 2025

Twenty-five prisoners are set to be executed via lethal injection over 29 months.

1 month ago·United States
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