Pharmacy That Mixed Executions Drugs Is Being Sold After Admitting Numerous Violations
A small compounding pharmacy in Oklahoma sold execution drugs for at least three Missouri executions. When investigators later inspected the pharmacy, they found “significant” problems, and it later defaulted on its bank loans.
Execution Drug Supplier Won’t Say If It Alerted Financial Crimes Unit
Missouri paid a family-run pharmacy in Oklahoma more than $30,000 in cash for execution drugs. Federal law requires recipients of large amounts of cash alert a federal financial crimes unit — but the pharmacy isn’t saying whether it did.
Live Updates: Ferguson Braces For Grand Jury's Decision
St. Louis County prosecutor is expected to announce at 8 p.m. CT Monday whether the grand jury decided to indict police Officer Darren Wilson for the shooting death of Michael Brown. Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon issued a state of emergency last week, calling up the National Guard to assist local law enforcement.
Missouri Governor Creates The Ferguson Commission
Gov. Jay Nixon announced the creation of an independent group to study the unrest that followed the shooting of unarmed teenager Michael Brown and make recommendations for how to improve the St. Louis area. This commission will not investigate the death of Michael Brown, the governor said.
Tensions Ease As Highway Patrol Captain Marches With Ferguson Protesters
Protesters continued to gather, demanding justice for the unarmed 18-year-old who was killed by police on Saturday. Under the command of Capt. Ron Johnson, however, military-style police equipment, tear gas and rubber bullets were absent from the St. Louis suburb as evening fell.