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US Supreme Court grants stay in death penalty case

With 15 minutes to spare, the United States Supreme Court issued a stay, in a 7-2 decision, of a Mississippi execution that was to take place at 6 pm Tuesday night. Many believe that this signifies that a moratorium is essentially in place until the Court determines the constitutionality of lethal injection.

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