May 8, 2011 § Leave a comment
Absence of drugs for lethal injection has led to calls for justice to be more “punitive” Giles Whittell William flew reports
British efforts to stop the sale of drugs in the U.S. lethal injection captured American supporters of capital punishment who want ways to be revised in favor of executions, or return to the gas chamber.
A few hours after the ban on British exports of thiopental sodium and other drugs coming into force Friday, a leading advocate of the death penalty in California said that the modernized gas chambers “obvious solution” to the backlog of more than 700 death row prisoners, whose fate depends on state approval of a new method of execution.
In New York, a famous professor of law William flew in favor of “retributive” justice, called back to the wide use of executions as a form of death penalty does not apply for something else. ”
International pressure on the suppliers of the three drugs commonly used for lethal injection over the past three decades – sodium thiopental, pankuroniya bromide and potassium chloride – has led to a shortage of medicines in the U.S. and immediately press the government to find alternatives and adopt.