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The story is in the New York Times. The article describes the "Hippocratic paradox": Dr. Jonathan I. Groner, a professor of medicine at Ohio State University, cites what he calls the Hippocratic paradox: it is doctors who are best qualified...
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Ohio stay – Broom
NYT reports that An Ohio prisoner whose execution was halted after two hours on Tuesday because technicians were unable to find a usable vein that could be injected with lethal drugs won a stay Friday against another attempt to put him to death next week...
Ohio Supreme Court asked to stay next scheduled execution in wake of botched attempt
As detailed in this AP article, the Ohio death row inmate who is scheduled to be executed (for the first time) next week has today "asked the Ohio Supreme Court to delay his upcoming execution in light of problems with...
Move to Block Second Execution Attempt in Ohio
"Failed execution of Romell Broom prompts efforts to block 2nd attempt," is Peter Krouse's report for the Cleveland Plain Dealer. The article also contain a timeline of the failed execution Ohio has less than a week to figure out how...
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A federal district judge in Ohio is holding a hearing today on the botched execution attempt of Romell Brown in September. "Ohio killer asks judge to stop 2nd execution try," is the title of the AP report...
British lawyers fight to halt obscene US execution of Jack Alderman - The Times
“British lawyers will make an eleventh-hour attempt to save America?s longest-serving death-row prisoner from execution this week. The Law Society, the Bar Council and the charity Reprieve are calling on David Miliband, the Foreign Secretary, to use diplomatic channels to stay the execution of Jack Alderman and end what they call the ‘gross injustice of [...
Federal District Court Issues TRO in Ohio Execution Case
"Court temporarily halts 2nd execution attempt," is Stephen Majors breaking news report for AP via Google News. A federal judge on Friday temporarily halted an unprecedented second attempt at lethal injection of an Ohio inmate whose execution was halted this...
Lawyers Plan to Stop Ohio from Second Execution Attempt
Lawyers for Ohio inmate Romell Broom will file lawsuits to stop the state from a second attempt to execute Broom. On Tuesday, an Ohio execution team worked for more than 2 hours trying to find a usable vein for the lethal injection process to proceed and finally stopped when Governor Ted Strickland intervened, giving Broom a week-long reprieve...
Ohio badly botched this morning’s execution. Possible double jeopardy challenge on the way. From DPIC: Romell Broom (pictured) was to be executed at 10 AM on Tuesday, September 15, in Ohio...
Federal judge delays Ohio execution after failed attempt
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[JURIST] A federal judge on Friday delayed the execution of Ohio death row inmate Romell Broom, following several failed attempts at administering a lethal injection on Tuesday. Judge Gregory Frost of the US District Court for the Southern District of Ohio issued the order following claims that the multiple attempts to find a vein during the two-hour procedure constituted cruel and unusual punishment in violation of the Eighth Amendment...
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