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Execution halted for fourth of eight men set to die in Arkansas

Reuters Wednesday, 19 April 2017 ()
Execution halted for fourth of eight men set to die in Arkansas(Reuters) - A divided Arkansas Supreme Court on Wednesday halted the execution of an inmate who had been scheduled to die on Thursday.
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News video: Arkansas executes first of eight slated to die in 10 days before drug expires

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The US state of Arkansas has executed its first death row inmate in 12 years, the first of a group of eight men the authorities are trying to expedite before a drug used in the lethal injection expires. Ledell Lee, 51, had served more than 20 years on death row for the 1993 beating to death of a...

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