columbus - The US state of Ohio will carry no more executions until 2017, because there are problems with obtaining resources needed for making lethal injections. Friday, the state of Oklahoma already announced until next year to no longer carry the death penalty, because of doubts about the use of the right product in the injections.
Ohio has no more death penalty carried out since January 2014. For next year there Stonder 11 executions in the planning, but which happen at the earliest in 2017, told the state Monday.
It is for US prisons and more difficult to get funding for lethal injections because pharmaceutical companies do not want their products to be used. At the last execution in Ohio a mix of new funding was used.
Carrying out the death penalty when it took 25 minutes. According to witnesses, the convict during the execution fifteen minutes gasps and had seizures.