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Witless Pharmacy Claims It Has Constitutional Right to Sell Execution Drugs Anonymously

Mississippi would very much like to execute Richard Jordan and Ricky Chase. It would also like to keep certain aspects of their execution a secret—specifically, the drugs used to kill them, as well as the suppliers of those drugs. But recent history counsels that when states use secret execution drugs, inmates get tortured to death. So Jordan and Chase subpoenaed Missouri, which currently holds the execution drugs, to find out information about the chemicals that will soon stop their hearts.
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