Execution critique

Read the Office of Administrative Law‘s critique of California’s execution manual for yourself. It is mind numbing at ever turn. And here below is the story on it in today’s paper. Notice how I give few details on the OAL’s findings. You’ll understand once you read the disapproval.

California’s proposed manual for executing murderers such as Stockton’s Michael Angelo Morales has hit a new snag, sending it back to prison officials for more fine-tuning.

The Office of Administrative Law, a state body tasked with approving regulations proposed by agencies such as the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, issued a detailed 21-page report explaining why the lethal-injection procedure doesn’t pass muster. more

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