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News :: Police and Prisons : Politics : Race
Illegal Purchase Of Execution Drugs As Ark. GOP Gov Hutchinson Seeks To Murder 8 Prisoners
14 Apr 2017
Modified: 02:32:47 PM
As Arkansas Republicans seek to murder 8 priisoners in 11 days, drug companies, abolitionists work to stop the executions while
the governor, A.G. and corrections officer are under investigation for illegal purchases.
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Arkansas 15% Black but half of prisoners facing death are black
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Arkansas Republican Governor Asa Hutchinson, Atty General Rutledge and Corrections head Kelley have been involved in illegal drug purchase as they try to murder 8 prisoners
One of their triple witch's brew cocktail has been banned by Ohio courts, and tortured Clayton Lockett for 45 minutes
when administered through AG Scott Pruitt's direction

Arkansas has not had an execution since 2005.

2 of the drug companies have said that one of the drugs was purchased illegally and they have gone to court to stop Arkansas from its 'killing spree' of 8 prisoners

Asa Hutchinson was head of the DEA before becoming governor. The DEA fought legalization of the marijuana, but Hutchinson has no problem with illegally purchasing drugs to kill people.


The 3 drug killer brew purchased illegal includes
potassium chloride ('donated')midazolam, the drug banned by Ohio is also the drug which
gave agony to Clayton Lockett of Oklahoma for 45 minutes, and vecuronium bromide which paralyzes


http://www.arktimes.com/ArkansasBlog/archives/2017/04/14/more-on-the-dru

http://www.latimes.com/nation/nationnow/la-na-arkansas-lethal-injection-
http://www.reddirtreport.com/prairie-opinions/will-drug-smuggling-pic-me
http://www.arktimes.com/ArkansasBlog/archives/2014/01/15/did-asa-hutchin
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http://tcadp.org
http://otse.org
http://amnestyusa.org
http://deathpenaltyinfo.org
http://innocenceproject.org
http://ccadp.org
See also:
http://deathpenaltyinfo.org
http://amnestyusa.org

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