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Firm asked state not to use drug in executions months before 'donation,' letters show

Seems like ethics or respect for business law have little regard as the diabolical governor rushes to kill. Apparently he won't get to be a serial killer like he wanted to. The have been very underhanded in this and it does not reflect well on the ethics of the Arkansas government. Of course, the attorney general kept people working 24/7 - on Easter - to get the killings going. They are disgusting.

April 21, 2017 at 5:42 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

U.S. Supreme Court keeps stay in place, preventing Arkansas execution

A business enterprise should expect its contractual obligations to be upheld particularly by a government tasked with enforcing the law. The current governor and his administration have subverted the rule of law in order to use the drugs produced by that business enterprise and proceed with executions. That is bad enough but then all of this had to happen around Easter – a holiday in memory of someone executed by the state.

April 17, 2017 at 12:19 p.m. ( | suggest removal )