Akorn, the manufacturer of the drug used in Oklahoma’s lethal injection process, has asked the state to return any supplies it might have obtained and not to use its products to execute prisoners.
Akorn, the manufacturer of the drug used in Oklahoma’s lethal injection process, has asked the state to return any supplies it might have obtained and not to use its products to execute prisoners. Sue Ogrocki AP
Akorn, the manufacturer of the drug used in Oklahoma’s lethal injection process, has asked the state to return any supplies it might have obtained and not to use its products to execute prisoners. Sue Ogrocki AP

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