Inmate to Be First in America Executed by Nitrogen Gas-Retains Nexus

MONTGOMERY, Alabama – Kenneth Smith, a death row prisoner in Alabama, is set to become the first inmate in America to be executed with nitrogen gas after the US Supreme Court declined to halt his execution. Smith was convicted of the 1988 killing of Elizabeth Sennett, who was stabbed repeatedly and beaten with a blunt object. The murder scheme was orchestrated by her husband Charles, a Christian minister who had taken out a large life …

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Alabama Contract Killer Kenneth Smith Set to Be Executed by Nitrogen Hypoxia – First Time in U.S. History

ATMORE, Ala. — After spending more than two decades on death row, contract killer and Alabama native Kenneth Smith is set to become the first person to be executed by nitrogen hypoxia. This method, referred to as experimental by Smith’s attorneys and admonished by the United Nations, is scheduled for Thursday. The US Supreme Court has declined to stop the execution, and Smith will not be alone in the gas chamber at the William C. …

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Oba Chandler, Florida Man Executed for Gruesome Triple Murder Denies Wrongdoing Until the End

TAMPA, Florida – Oba Chandler, a Florida man found guilty of three counts of murder in the deaths of Joan Rogers and her two teenage daughters, maintained his innocence until the day of his execution. The 1989 murders of Rogers and her daughters, Michelle, 17, and Christie, 14, remained unsolved for three years after their bodies were discovered in Tampa Bay. The victims were found with their mouths taped shut, tied to concrete blocks, and …

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Iran Executed Four Alleged Israeli Spies by Hanging

Iran has hanged four people in its north-west province of West Azerbaijan on charges of “moharebeh”, meaning “waging war against God”, and “corruption on Earth” through their “collaboration with the Zionist regime”. The individuals were accused of committing actions against the country’s security under the guidance of Mossad, Israel’s intelligence agency, as reported by Iran’s judiciary’s Mizan website. The group, consisting of three men and one woman, were said to have been engaged in “sabotage” …

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