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Back to Back (Lethal Injection) Part II #779733

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Jan 23, 2005
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(Studio: Terry Moran) The second part of a new series that will look at two aspects of a single issue on Saturday & Sunday noted; Death Penalty Information Center statistics on prisoner execution cited.

(New York: Bob Woodruff) The arguments about lethal injection as the means of carrying out the death penalty examined; details given about three-part drug injection system. [Mt. Sinai Medical Center anesthesiologist Dr. David REICH†, Fordham University school of law Deborah DENNO†- outline a scenario of suffering.] [Eye surgery patient Carol WEIR‡- recalls what happened when she woke up during her surgery.] [REICH, ACLU of Connecticut Annette LAMOREAUX†- comment on the absence of doctors during the execution procedures.] [New York law school professor Robert BLECKER†- says it is just they suffer a painful death.]

Moran, Terry;
Woodruff, Bob

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