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Oklahoma Executions Delayed, Can't Find Lethal Injection Drugs

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This June 29, 2011 photo provided by the Oklahoma Department of Corrections, shows Charles Warner. | newser

Two executions in Oklahoma have been pushed back a month as the state scrambles to find a source of lethal-injection drugs. The two inmates had filed a lawsuit seeking more information about the drugs that would be used to kill them, but the state's Court of Criminal Appeals decided the request was moot because the state didn't have the drugs on hand anyway, reports the AP.

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