Supreme Court Upholds Execution Drug

In a 5-4 opinion written by Justice Alito, the Supreme Court has upheld Oklahoma's use of midazolam in executions. The reasoning:

Alito said the prisoners disastrous to identify a “known and available different method of execution that entails a lesser risk of pain,” which he said was required under the court’s previous ruling upholding lethal booster. And he said plaintiffs had disastrous to establish that a massive dose of midazolam “entails a substantial risk of brutal pain.”

Some background is here. The opinion is here.

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