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Oklahoma Pharmacy Will No Longer Provide Lethal Drug for Missouri Execution

An Oklahoma pharmacy is backing out of a deal with the State of Missouri to provide a drug used in state executions.
OKLAHOMA--- An Oklahoma pharmacy is backing out of a deal with the State of Missouri to provide a drug used in state executions. Death Row Convict Michael Taylor sued The Apothecary Shoppe of Tulsa, claiming the drug it was providing would cause quote "inhumane pain." In response, the pharmacy agreed not to sell pentobarbital to the state of Missouri. Taylor is scheduled to be put to death next week for the rape and murder of a 15 year old girl.  State officials have said the execution will still go forward as planned.

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