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SC among 15 states that side with Nevada in drugmaker delay of execution
By postandcourier.com
Published: 08/08/2018

South Carolina and 14 other states are siding with Nevada in a state Supreme Court fight against drug companies suing to prevent the use of their products to execute a condemned inmate.

In what a national death penalty expert on Tuesday called a setup for a showdown, documents filed with the Nevada Supreme Court argue that drug company Alvogen’s effort to block the use of its sedative midazolam in the stalled execution of Scott Raymond Dozier in Nevada is part of a “guerrilla war against the death penalty.”

“The families of these victims deserve justice,” Arkansas’ state Attorney General Leslie Rutledge said in a statement Tuesday. Arkansas is leading the 15 states that, in addition to South Carolina, include Alabama, Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Louisiana, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas and Utah.

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Comments:

  1. lindatovar on 08/09/2018:

    Great actions to reclaim justice for relatives of the victims and the victims themselves, I support this! learn how to make slime


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