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  1. Man Scheduled to Get Texas' Last Available Lethal Injection Given ReprieveRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 17 | Dallas Observer

    The killer of two Henderson County law enforcement officers in a 2007 will not be executed by Texas as scheduled on Wednesday. Randall Wayne Mays, 55, was set to die by lethal injection before the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals gave him a stay of execution, agreeing with Mays' attorneys that more time is needed to determine if Mays was mentally competent to be executed.

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  2. Ellis County cop killer could get Texas' last dose of lethal injection drugRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 17 | Dallas Morning News

    A cop killer from Ellis County may be the next Texas inmate to be executed - and could be the last for a while amid a state shortage of the drug used in lethal injections. Kent Sprouse, 42, was sent to death row for a 2002 shootout at a Ferris convenience store that killed police Officer Harry Steinfeldt III and Pedro Moreno, whom Sprouse had asked for help repairing his car.

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  3. Miss.: Keep execution drug supplier's name secretRead the original story

    Tuesday Mar 17 | Commercial Dispatch

    Attorney General Jim Hood is asking a Hinds County judge to keep secret the identity of Mississippi's execution drug supplier while the state appeals an order to release the name. Hinds County Chancery Judge Denise Owens ruled earlier this month that the state's public records law requires officials to release the information, sought by death-penalty opponents at the Roderick and Solange MacArthur Justice Center.

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  4. Randall Mays' execution stayedRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 17 | Tyler Morning Telegraph

    An East Texas man, who was set for execution this week for a shootout eight years ago that left two sheriff's officers dead, has won a reprieve from the state's highest criminal appeals court. Mays was set for lethal injection Wednesday evening in Huntsville for the fatal shootings at his home in Henderson County, about 55 miles southeast of Dallas.

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  5. All Ablog Austin thumbnailRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 17 | Austin American-Statesman

    Happy St. Patrick's Day! You got plans tonight? We got some ideas . But wait, before you head out, you better pack an umbrella because, once again, we can't have nice things.

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  6. Texas Halts Execution Of Officers' KillerRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 17 | Sky News

    A Texas man set for execution this week for killing two sheriff's officers has won a reprieve from the state's highest criminal appeals court. It agreed with Mays' lawyers that additional review is needed to determine if the death row inmate is mentally competent for execution.

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  7. Randall Wayne Mays execution stopped by Texas appeals courtRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 17 | Daily Mail

    The scheduled Wednesday execution of a convicted cop killer that would have used up the state's last dose of a lethal injection drug has been halted by the highest criminal appeals court in Texas. The Texas Court of Criminal Appeals ruled to stop the scheduled execution of 55-year-old Randall Wayne Mays late on Monday.

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  8. Texas appeals court halts scheduled Wednesday executionRead the original story

    Monday Mar 16 | KRGV

    An East Texas man set for execution this week for a shootout eight years ago that left two sheriff's officers dead has won a reprieve from the state's highest criminal appeals court. Mays was set for lethal injection Wednesday evening in Huntsville for the fatal shootings at his home in Henderson County, about 55 miles southeast of Dallas.

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  9. Bill would shield companies that sell S.C. execution drugsRead the original story

    Monday Mar 16 | The Aiken Standard

    A bill introduced in South Carolina last week would protect the identities of pharmaceutical companies in the hopes that the providers will start selling execution drugs to the state again. The legislation would officially add drug companies to the state's execution team and require that their identities be kept secret.

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  10. Utah passes bill to allow death by firing squadRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 11 | The Independent

    Note: We do not store your email address but your IP address will be logged to prevent abuse of this feature. Please read our Legal Terms & Policies Utah politicians have passed a bill that would allow the state to execute prisoners on death row by firing squad in the event the appropriate drugs for a lethal injection cannot be obtained.

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  11. Utah Legislators Pass Bill That Makes Execution by Firing Squad LegalRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 11 | New York Magazine

    Utah lawmakers passed a bill on Tuesday that would allow firing squads to be used in executions when the drugs necessary for lethal injection are not available. Lethal-injection drugs have become increasingly difficult to procure ; foreign governments have begun banning the export of drugs used for executions in the United States, and pharmaceutical companies have become wary of being known for facilitating capital punishment.

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  12. Texas to execute gang hit man for killing over drug taxRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 11 | KXAN-TV Austin

    A Mexican Mafia hit man convicted of beating and strangling a San Antonio woman because she didn't pay the gang's 10 percent tax on her illegal drug sales is heading for the Texas death chamber. The lethal injection of 46-year-old Manuel Vasquez on Wednesday evening would leave Texas with enough of the sedative pentobarbital for only one more execution.

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  13. Utah Lawmakers Consider Bringing Back Firing SquadsRead the original story

    Wednesday Mar 11 | WMAL-AM Washington

    A bill that would allow Utah to use firing squads to execute some death-row prisoners passed in the state Senate on Tuesday. The measure, which passed 18 to 10, will be sent to Gov. Gary Herbert, who has not said whether he will sign it into law or veto the bill.

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  14. Fragrances in Oolong Tea That Enhance the Response of GABAA ReceptorsRead the original story

    Wednesday Mar 11 | CiteULike

    Bioscience, Biotechnology, and Biochemistry , Vol. 68, No. 9. , pp. 1842-1848, doi:10.1271/bbb.68.1842 We electrophysiologically investigated the effect of some fragrant compounds in oolong tea on the response of ionotropic ?-aminobutyric acid receptors which were expressed in Xenopus oocytes.

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  15. Texas prison agency seeks to replenish execution drug supplyRead the original story

    Tuesday Mar 10 | The Las Vegas Sun

    Texas' prison agency is scrambling to find a supplier to replenish its inventory of execution drugs, which will be used up if the state goes forward with two lethal injections scheduled for this week and next. Prison officials only have enough pentobarbital for the scheduled executions of Manuel Vasquez on Wednesday and Randall Mays on March 18, but they don't know how they will conduct lethal injections on four others scheduled for April.

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  16. Could sedative be used in future Texas executions?Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 10 | Lubbock Avalanche-Journal

    Even as the Texas Department of Criminal Justice revealed it's nearly out of its current lethal injection drug , pentobarbital, the agency has stockpiled the sedative midazolam, which could be part of a backup execution method in Texas. But the drug is at the center of a legal challenge in Oklahoma before the U.S. Supreme Court.

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  17. Gang enforcer to be executed for killing San Antonio woman over drug taxRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 10 | Lubbock Avalanche-Journal

    A gang enforcer convicted of beating and strangling a San Antonio woman who refused to pay a Mexican Mafia-imposed tax on her illegal drug sales is set to be executed this week. The lethal injection of Manuel Vasquez on Wednesday evening would leave prison officials in the nation's most active death penalty state with enough pentobarbital to carry out only one more execution until they are able to obtain a new supply.

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    Tuesday Mar 10 | Amarillo.com

    In 1998, Manuel Vasquez robbed and strangled a 51-year-old Hispanic female as an ordered hit from the Mexican mafia. Vasquez also had a prior record of beating an adult white male and then setting him on fire, causing his death.

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  19. Texas prison running low on execution drugRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 10 | ABC2 Maryland

    Dense Fog Advisory issued March 10 at 6:19PM EDT expiring March 11 at 9:00AM EDT in effect for: Adams, Cumberland, Dauphin, Franklin, Fulton, Lancaster, Lebanon, Perry, Schuylkill, York Dense Fog Advisory issued March 10 at 6:12PM EDT expiring March 11 at 6:00AM EDT in effect for: Cecil Dense Fog Advisory issued March 10 at 5:30PM EDT expiring March 11 at 9:00AM EDT in effect for: Adams, Cumberland, Dauphin, Franklin, Fulton, Lancaster, Lebanon, Perry, Schuylkill, York Dense Fog Advisory issued March 10 at 5:24PM EDT expiring March 11 at 10:00AM EDT in effect for: Allegany, Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Carroll, Frederick, Prince Georges, Washington, Baltimore City HUNTSVILLE, Texas - Texas' prison agency is scrambling to find a supplier to replenish its inventory of execution drugs, which will be used up if the state goes forward with two lethal injections scheduled for this week and next.

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  20. Texas is about to run out of lethal injection drugsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 10 | The Washington Post

    On Wednesday evening, the state of Texas plans to execute Manuel Vasquez, who was convicted of strangling a woman named Juanita Ybarra in 1998. A week later, the state is planning on executing Randall Mays, who was convicted of shooting and killing two sheriff's deputies and wounding another police officer.

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