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“Troubles yet to be found with one-drug lethal injection procedure”

The one-drug injection replaced a clearly problematic three-drug form, Michael Stark from Campaign to End the Death Penalty told RT, but while it seems like an improvement, troubles with it will be also found.

A controversial untested method of lethal injection was used to execute convicted criminal Kenneth Biros in Ohio on Tuesday. Earlier this year the state abandoned the standard three-drug procedure in favor of a single injection.