As many state officials issued solemn statements Saturday in honor of International Holocaust Remembrance Day, the Alabama Democratic Party instead tried to score some political points against Gov. Kay Ivey by linking the Nazi genocide of Jews to the recent execution of convicted killer Kenneth Eugene Smith.
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 the first state to put an inmate to death 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.
The Alabama Supreme Court has officially set the date for the first-ever execution by nitrogen suffocation in the long saga of Kenneth Eugene Smith.
The state of Alabama is set to be the first state to put to death a prisoner by using nitrogen gas, but a federal judge may halt the execution due to the method the state approved.
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.
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.
The state of Alabama will seek to carry out its first execution by nitrogen hypoxia for Kenneth Eugene Smith.
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.
Kenneth Eugene Smith, an Alabama man convicted in a murder-for-hire plot of a pastor’s wife, is set to be executed today.
Defense lawyers are seeking a stay for the Thursday execution of Kenneth Eugene Smith.
A federal judge has thrown out the lawsuit of an Alabama man convicted in a 1988 murder-for-hire.