U.S state's plans for 'assembly line of executions' a step closer after they get hold of lethal drug

An American State’s plans to execute eight death row prisoners in 10 days moved a step closer after officials said they had obtained enough doses of a lethal drug.

Authorities in Arkansas uses three drugs in its death chamber, but its supply of potassium chloride expired in January.

Today a spokesman for the State’s Department of Corrections has said they now have enough to conduct the eight executions next month after receiving 100 phials on March 8.

“Coupled with the two remaining drugs, there are enough to carry out the scheduled executions,” Solomon Graves

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