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U.S. appeals court panel declines to delay execution of one of longest-serving death-row inmates

  • A U.S. Appeals court declined to delay the execution of a death row inmate in Idaho.
  • The inmate had been convicted of multiple murders and was seeking to delay his execution citing issues with the death sentence being issued by a judge.
  • The Idaho attorney general's office opposed the stay request, claiming it was a last-minute delay tactic by the inmate's counsel.
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