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  1. TX Inmate Executed for Murder While on Parole for Murder of Three OthersRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 2 | Breitbart.com

    As anti-death penalty activists protested, a Texas death row inmate was executed over the weekend, having been convicted of the brutal murder of a woman while he was on parole for the murder of three other people. Robert Ladd, 57, received a lethal injection and was pronounced dead just after 7 p.m. on Sunday, February 1. Ladd was convicted and put to death for murdering 38-year-old Vickie Ann Garner in 1996.

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  2. Texas executes man for 1996 strangling, beating deathRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 1 | Vallejo Times-Herald

    A Texas man convicted of killing a 38-year-old woman nearly two decades ago while he was on parole for a triple slaying years earlier was executed Thursday evening. Robert Ladd, 57, received a lethal injection after the U.S. Supreme Court rejected arguments he was mentally impaired and ineligible for the death penalty. 21 comments

  3. Ohio reschedules executions for seven death rowaRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 31 | News Journal

    The state on Friday rescheduled executions for seven death row inmates as it tries to find new lethal drugs, meaning no inmate will be put to death in Ohio in 2015. Ohio reschedules executions for seven death row inmates The state on Friday rescheduled executions for seven death row inmates as it tries to find new lethal drugs, meaning no inmate will be put to death in Ohio in 2015.

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  4. After adopting new execution drug laws, Ohio delays all executions for additional yearRead the original story

    Saturday Jan 31 | Sentencing Law and Policy

    As explained in this AP article , a full year after Ohio had difficulties executing Dennis McGuire and a month after the state enacted new execution laws, Ohio officials decided to kick the execution can another year down the road by rescheduling all 2015 scheduled executions. Here are the details: The state on Friday rescheduled executions for seven death row inmates as it tries to find new lethal drugs, meaning no inmate will be put to death in Ohio in 2015.

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  5. Ohio delays all executions scheduled for 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 31 | The Washington Post

    Ohio said Friday it would postpone all six executions scheduled for this year, pushing them into 2016 to allow the state to obtain new lethal injection drugs. The shift comes three weeks after Ohio authorities announced that the state would change the drugs it uses for lethal injections and no longer use a drug that had cropped up in multiple mishandled executions last year - the same drug that is at the center of a case the Supreme Court recently said it would hear involving lethal injection.

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  6. Supreme Court Grants Certiorari in Glossip Death Penalty Appeal,...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 30 | Law.com

    Four favorable votes of Supreme Court justices are sufficient to issue certiorari and place a case on its docket for decision on the merits. Five votes are necessary to issue a stay of a pending execution.

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  7. All Ohio executions set for 2015 delayed as state resolves issues with lethal drugsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 17, 2015 | Beaver Countian

    This article titled "All Ohio executions set for 2015 delayed as state resolves issues with lethal drugs" was written by Nicky Woolf in New York, for theguardian.com on Friday 30th January 2015 23.25 UTC The governor of Ohio has delayed all executions scheduled in the state this year as it attempts to resolve problems with the cocktail of drugs it uses for lethal injections. A federal court imposed a moratorium on executions in the state after the execution of Dennis McGuire in January 2014, which resulted in the convicted killer gasping, struggling and visibly suffering during the 26 minutes it took him to die when administered a new cocktail of two drugs, midazolam and hydromorphone.

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  8. No Ohio Executions in 2015Read the original story

    Friday Jan 30 | The Intelligencer

    The state on Friday rescheduled executions for seven death row inmates as it tries to find new lethal drugs, meaning no inmate will be put to death in Ohio in 2015. The announcement affects six executions this year, including one set for Feb. 11 for condemned child killer Ronald Phillips, and one previously scheduled for 2016 that was pushed farther back.

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  9. Ohio postpones 2015 executions in search for lethal injection drugsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 30 | Big News Network.com

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  10. Ohio to delay 7 executions while searching for new drugsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 30 | WMAL-AM Washington

    Ohio will delay the executions of seven death row inmates while searching for an adequate supply of drugs that complies with its new execution protocol, the state's Department of Rehabilitation and Correction said Friday. Ohio said in early January that it will add thiopental sodium, a drug the state used for lethal injections from 1999-2011, the department said.

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  11. Ohio postpones all executions this year while officials search for new lethal drug mixRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 30 | The Raw Story

    Ohio will postpone all six executions scheduled for 2015 because it needs more time to prepare for a new execution procedure and to secure a new supply of execution drugs, the state's prison department said on Friday. Earlier this month, the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction halted use of the two-drug lethal injection combination of the sedative midazolam and painkiller hydromorphone after the protracted death of an inmate last year.

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  12. .com | Texas executes man for 1996 strangling, beating deathRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 30 | News24

    A Texas man convicted of killing a 38-year-old woman about two decades ago while he was on parole for a triple slaying years earlier was executed on Thursday evening. Robert Ladd, 57, received a lethal injection after the US Supreme Court rejected arguments he was mentally impaired and ineligible for the death penalty.

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  13. 'Stings my arm, man!' Chilling last words of 'mentally impaired'...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 30 | Daily Mail

    'Stings my arm, man!' Chilling last words of Texas inmate as he was executed with controversial lethal injection drug for 1996 murder Robert Ladd, 57, received lethal injection and was pronounced dead at 7.02pm, 27 minutes after the drug pentobarbital was administered Ladd was put to death for 1996 slaying of Vicki Ann Garner, who was strangled and beaten with a hammer 'I really, really hope and pray you don't have hatred in your heart,' Ladd told victim's sister before execution US Supreme Court rejected arguments that with an IQ of 67, Ladd was mentally impaired and ineligible for the death penalty Texas death row inmate Robert Ladd man was executed this evening for the killing a 38-year-old woman nearly two decades ago while he was on parole for a triple slaying years earlier.

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  14. Texas executes killer who claimed mental impairmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 29 | HawaiiNews

    The state of Texas executed a convicted rapist-killer whose lawyers argued was severely mentally impaired, hours after the US Supreme Court refused last-minute appeals to spare him. Robert Ladd, who had an IQ of 67, was executed by lethal injection at 7:02 pm in the state's death chamber in Huntsville, justice department spokesman Jason Clark said.

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  15. Texas Executes Man for Killing Woman Two Decades Ago While on Parole for Triple Slaying Years EarlierRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 29, 2015 | TheBlaze.com

    Robert Ladd, 57, received a lethal injection after the U.S. Supreme Court rejected arguments he was mentally impaired and ineligible for the death penalty. The court also rejected an appeal in which Ladd's attorney challenged whether the pentobarbital Texas uses in executions is potent enough to not cause unconstitutional pain and suffering.

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  16. Texas executes intellectually disabled killer Robert LaddRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 29, 2015 | The Raw Story

    Robert Ladd, 57, died by lethal injection on Thursday evening. Under Texas's unique - and widely ridiculed - definition of intellectual disability, he was deemed capable of being executed because he did not match the degree of mental impairment depicted in a character in a John Steinbeck novel.

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  17. Georgia man convicted in killings years apart set for executionRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 27, 2015 | CBS News

    A Georgia man who has come within hours of execution three times in recent years is scheduled to die Tuesday evening unless the U.S. Supreme Court intervenes. Warren Lee Hill's lawyers argue he shouldn't be executed because he is intellectually disabled.

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  18. Oklahoma was right to seek stay of executionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 27, 2015 | Los Angeles Times

    Oklahoma officials have asked the Supreme Court to stay its scheduled executions of three inmates until the constitutionality of its lethal-injection process is clarified. Oklahoma officials have asked the Supreme Court to stay its scheduled executions of three inmates until the constitutionality of its lethal-injection process is clarified.

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  19. In lethal injection case, high court has a chance to take a bold stepRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 26, 2015 | Los Angeles Times

    In the effort to find less gruesome ways to execute condemned prisoners, more than two dozen states - including California - adopted a lethal injection protocol developed by Oklahoma in the late 1970s in which the prisoner is rendered insensate with one injection, then given a paralytic to halt breathing and a third drug to stop the heart. Without that first shot, experts agree, the next two injections would cause significant pain.

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  20. Lethal Injection Case in Question as State Seeks New DrugRead the original story

    Jan 26, 2015 | Bloomberg

    Oklahoma said it is trying to obtain an alternative to the drug at the center of a U.S. Supreme Court dispute over lethal injections, asking the justices for an order that might scuttle the case. Oklahoma took the unusual step Monday of asking the court to delay the execution of three death-row inmates who filed the appeal granted review last week.

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