Nevada judge may cut paralytic drug from Tuesday execution

Nevada judge may cut paralytic drug from Tuesday executionLAS VEGAS (AP) — A judge said Wednesday she may cut a paralytic from the state's previously untried lethal injection plan, after hearing that it could mask movements reflecting awareness and pain by a death-row inmate who volunteered to become the first person executed in Nevada in 11 years.


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