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The Sound of Ideas

What’s Next for Lethal Injection?

Posted Friday, December 11, 2009

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What’s Next for Lethal Injection? Last Tuesday, the state of Ohio executed a death row inmate using a single drug method. No other state is currently using the technique. Do they know something Ohio doesn't? Some attorneys argue that the new procedure amounts to human experimentation but others say the single-drug method is less painful than the previous three-drug practice. Who's right and what's next for lethal injections? Join Regina Brett and guests, Friday at 9 on 90.3.

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Government/Politics, Other, Courts/Crime - Fire/Law Enforcement

Guests

Jo Ingles, Ohio Statehouse News Bureau
Margery M. Koosed, Professor of Law, The University of Akron
Julie Walburn, Spokesperson, Ohio Department of Corrections
Dr. Michael D. Altose, Department of Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine, University Hospitals Case Medical Center

Additional Information

Ohio completes first-of-its-kind execution with one single drug - but short delay holds it up, Statehouse News Bureau
DEAD MAN TALKING: Survivor of Ohio's latest botched execution reveals breathtaking incompetence, by Damian Guevara, Cleveland Scene

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