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MAR 24, 2015 - San Francisco Chronicle

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Utah brings back the firing squad, so how does it work?

Under the law, firing squads will be a backup method if lethal injection drugs aren't available. Utah and other states have struggled to keep up their inventories as European manufacturers opposed to capital punishment refuse to sell the components of lethal injections to U.S. prisons. [...] the Washington, D.C.-based Death Penalty Information Center, which opposes capital punishment, warns that a ...

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MAR 24, 2015 - San Francisco Chronicle

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Utah's firing squad: How does it work?

Utah and other states have struggled to keep up their inventories as European manufacturers opposed to capital punishment refuse to sell the components of lethal injections to U.S. prisons. The shooters' identities are kept anonymous, and one of their rifles is loaded with a blank round so nobody knows which officer killed the inmate. [...] the Washington, D.C.-based Death Penalty ...

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MAR 19, 2015 - San Francisco Chronicle

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Poison prevention information offered during weeklong event

The seven surprising poisons identified by the center are magnets and batteries; medications; cleaning products; malfunctioning furnaces and fireplaces; caffeine; tobacco and nicotine; and natural or homemade products that may sound safe but aren't. Veterinarians at BluePearl Veterinary Partners say pets are also vulnerable to the same poisons as well as some that affect animals such as grapes, chocolate, raisins ...

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