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Arkansas Supreme Court Approves Execution Of 1 Death Row Inmate

NPR Thursday, 20 April 2017 ()
The Arkansas Supreme Court has said it won't reconsider its decision to halt the execution of Stacey Johnson.
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News video: Supreme Court forces Arkansas to halt execution

Supreme Court forces Arkansas to halt execution 02:31

The U.S. Supreme Court stopped an execution in Arkansas, minutes before inmate Don Davis was supposed to die. Arkansas asked the justices to remove a legal stay imposed by a lower court on the execution. The Supreme Court denied the appeal in a one-sentence order. Omar Villafranca reports.

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