Alabama to resume executions 

By J.D. Devine

Alabama is set to resume executions this month after the State Supreme Court authorized the execution by lethal injection of an inmate this summer, and Governor Kay Ivey has set a July 20-21 date for the execution of James Barber. The state is moving forward with restoring its process of carrying out capital punishment following Ivey’s order to halt all executions last fall, pending a full review after a series of failed or “botched” executions.

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