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Resuming Executions in Ohio

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As I have noted previously, Ohio has had a leading role in carrying out justice in the worst murder cases.  The state was the first to successfully implement a single-drug lethal injection protocol, and in 2010 it carried out 8 executions, second only to much-larger Texas.  Executions have been on hold there recently because of a surprising order issued by US District Judge Gregory Frost in July.  That hold is apparently over now, and Judge Frost has denied a request to stay the next scheduled execution.  Andrew Welsh-Huggins has this story for AP.

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Hopefully, at some point, Ohio can be rid of this insufferable jurist.

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