WASHINGTON — Following the state’s admission that it was still trying to secure the necessary drugs to execute two prisoners on Oklahoma’s death row, a court delayed the two scheduled executions until late April.
In an order Tuesday, reported by the Los Angeles Times, the Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals delayed the execution of Clayton Lockett from Thursday to April 22 and the execution of Charles Warner from March 27 to April 29.
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