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Ohio Uses New Execution Method

The execution of Ohio murderer Kenneth Biros made use of an untested one-drug technique that is purportedly an improvement over the three-drug "cocktail" used in most lethal injections. What do you think?
  • "I don't know, I'd have to try it out first."

    Laura Beard
    Systems Analyst
  • "To make this a valid experiment, they need a control group of death row inmates they can inject with a placebo."

    Philip McFarland
    Radius Grinder
  • "Unless it killed the inmate faster or funnier, I don't see how it's an improvement."

    Werner Switzer
    Art Teacher
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