Chemicals used to execute death row inmates banned from use on animals due to excruciating pain...The Guardian
May. 08, 2014
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An injection of chemicals used to execute death row inmates can cause such excruciating pain that veterinarians are banned from using them to put down animals, according to one of the most thorough reviews ever undertaken of the administration of the death penalty.