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A bungled execution in Oklahoma in which the condemned prisoner writhed and moaned as he received a lethal injection outraged death-penalty opponents, invited court challenges and attracted worldwide attention.
Officials stopped the lethal injection execution of Clayton Lockett after a new drug was administered. Doctors say Lockett died of a heart attack.
Jose Villegas was put to death shortly after the U.S. Supreme Court refused to stay the execution.
Tommy Lynn Sells was the first inmate to be injected with a dose of newly replenished penobarbital.
Anthony Doyle beat Hyun Mi Cho to death with a baseball bat in 2003.
Suzanne Basso was convicted of torturing and killing a mentally impaired man she lured to Texas with a promise of marriage.
According to a new study, executions do not heal the victims’ families.
Mexican national Edgar Tamayo was administered lethal injection for the 1994 murder of a Houston police officer.
A Mexican national moved a step closer to lethal injection Wednesday when a federal appeals court rejected a claim that he was mentally impaired and ineligible to be put to death for the fatal shooting of a Houston police officer 20 years ago.
The Mexican government said Sunday it “strongly rejects” the execution scheduled this week in Texas of a Mexican man convicted of killing a police officer.