Arkansas prisons board pulls proposal to conceal execution-drug makers; AG’s view sought


Photographs by Thomas Metthe

Arkansas Department of Correction Director Wendy Kelley (left) answers a question during the Board of Corrections meeting Wednesday at the Wrightsville Unit.

The Arkansas Board of Corrections held off Wednesday from endorsing staff-proposed legislation that would help mask the identities of makers of the state's lethal-injection drugs, a day after Gov. Asa Hutchinson endorsed the proposal.

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condoleezza says...

Transparency is dead with this administration. We have a right to know, as taxpayers, who is selling the drugs to kill our citizens, and if these drugs are procured legally.

Posted 12 July 2018, 11:31 a.m. Suggest removal

BEARTRAP919 says...

Yeah, We want to kill them, We just do not want you to know how we are doing it, Or who makes the Drug or Bullet that we Use, Secretive Government Operations, Sorry Ass Excuse for Government Employees, and Or Officials.

Posted 12 July 2018, 3:20 p.m. Suggest removal

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