Tennessee executes another inmate by electric chair after supreme court battle

Tennessee executes another inmate by electric chair after supreme court battle
 

A convicted killer who spent more than 36 years on death row in Tennessee was executed by electric chair on Thursday, the second time in five weeks that the state used electrocution to carry out a death sentence.
Corrections officials say 61-year-old David Earl Miller was pronounced dead at 7.25 pm Thursday at a Nashville maximum-security prison.
Both Miller and Edmund Zagorski before him chose the electric chair over lethal injection, a process proponents said would be painless and humane.
The execution came nearly two decades after the state adopted lethal injection as its preferred... read more

 
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