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Oklahoma Becomes The First State To Use Nitrogen Gas For Executions

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Oklahoma Becomes The First State To Use Nitrogen Gas For Executions

Oklahoma Becomes The First State To Use Nitrogen Gas For Executions

According to a report by Gizmodo, due to a legal injection drug shortage, Oklahoma announced earlier this week that it will start using nitrogen gas for all of its executions moving forward, becoming the first US state to do so.

However, critics have reportedly expressed concerns that the method remains unproven as an ethical means of execution, and that Oklahoma has yet to develop a protocol for its use.

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