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Judge OKs New Execution Method for Alabama Inmate, Says He’s ‘Not Guaranteed a Painless Death’

A federal judge has given the green light to the execution of a convicted contract killer who would be the first person killed by nitrogen hypoxia. Kenneth Eugene Smith, 58, was convicted in a 1988 murder in which he and an accomplice were paid $1,000 each. After being sentenced to...

A federal judge has given the green light to the execution of a convicted contract killer who would be the first person killed by nitrogen hypoxia. Kenneth Eugene Smith, 58, was convicted in a 1988 murder in which he and an accomplice were paid $1,000 each. After being sentenced to…

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