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Help (new window) Ask a Librarian | Return to University Library | Basic Advanced Topics Publications My Research 0 marked items Interface language: Databases selected: Multiple databases. .. Document View Print | Email | Copy link | Cite this | Mark Document Translate document from: Other available formats: Abstract Find more documents like this: People: Diaz, Angel Document types: EDITORIAL Publication title: St. Petersburg Times More options EXECUTION RULES STILL INHUMANE; [SOUTH PINELLAS Edition]
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St. Petersburg Times . St. Petersburg, Fla.: May 14, 2007 . pg. 12.A Abstract (Summary) Despite the new procedures, the problems that arose during the Angel Diaz execution in December, which led to a five-month moratorium, could arise again. Diaz took more than twice the normal amount of time to die and appeared to some witnesses to suffer during the process. The medical examiner said of Diaz's ordeal that "none of the materials injected went to the right place." It turned out that no medically trained professional was enlisted to administer the drugs. Even the report by a commission appointed by then-Gov. Jeb Bush to review Florida's lethal
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