Oklahoma Executes Man Just Like Vet Euthanizes Dog: Where Is the Outcry?

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Last week, John David Duty was executed by the State of Oklahoma and in doing so, Mr. Duty made the history books - we may all remember his name for many years in the future as the first man to be executed in the same way that vets put down beloved pets.

Because, while other states are putting their execution schedules on hold due to a lack of drugs needed for the lethal execution method, some states are moving forward with innovative execution procedures. Which should give us all great concern.

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