Attorney General Steve Marshall spoke Friday morning on Thursday evening’s execution of Kenneth Eugene Smith, which was the first-ever execution in the state carried out by nitrogen hypoxia.
The State of Alabama is preparing to execute Kenneth Eugene Smith on Thursday. If successful, it will be the first death by nitrogen hypoxia in the United States.
The United Nations Human Rights office released a statement urging Alabama to halt the nitrogen hypoxia execution of Kenneth Eugene Smith.
Gov. Kay Ivey set the execution date for Kenneth Eugene Smith, who could be Alabama’s first death row inmate to be executed by nitrogen hypoxia.
The Alabama Department of Corrections (ADOC) will conduct the execution of Casey A. McWhorter, who was sentenced to death for a 1993 murder, on November 16.
A recent opinion written in the Wall Street Journal gave a lengthy defense of Alabama’s plans to carry out the world’s first execution by Nitrogen suffocation.
Attorneys for convicted murderer Kenneth Eugene Smith are attempting to halt his execution by nitrogen hypoxia as the state of Alabama seeks to utilize the method for the first time in history.
A man convicted of killing a 75-year-old woman with a claw hammer in 2001 was put to death early Friday morning at Holman Prison.
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled in favor of an Alabama death row inmate who has requested to die by a new method of execution.
A man who killed a 75-year-old woman with a claw hammer in 2001 could be executed this summer, 22 years after being put on Alabama’s death row.
The Alabama Department of Corrections (ADOC) is planning on having nitrogen gas ready to use for executions by the end of 2023.
A prominent Pennsylvania-based gas supplier says it won’t be helping the Alabama Department of Corrections execute death-row inmates by nitrogen hypoxia.
Alabama Attorney General (AG) Steve Marshall is letting Alabamians know there is no moratorium on executions in the state during the investigation into the Alabama Department of Investigations’ (ADOC) execution process.
The drama surrounding Alabama’s ongoing issues with the death penalty continues to unfold, as lawyers for the most recently failed execution describe “torture” in the botched attempt.
Governor Kay Ivey called for a halt on all executions after a rash of unsuccessful lethal injections has presented a dim view of the state's protocols.
A federal judge has ordered the state of Alabama to preserve records, supplies, and other evidence from a failed execution that was called off after officials struggled to find a vein.
State officials said this week nitrogen hypoxia method for executions could be ready for the next execution, which is scheduled for Sept. 22.
An Alabama man was put to death by lethal injection on Thursday, July 28.
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