BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) — The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday considered whether to let Alabama execute a death row inmate who claims intellectual disability combined with state inattention cost him a chance at avoid lethal injection and choose a less “tortuous” but unproven method.
The Alabama attorney general’s office has asked judges to lift a lower court order that prevented prison staff from putting to death Matthew Reeves, who was convicted of killing a driver who drove him , then celebrating the man’s murder at a party with still blood. his hands.
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