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Death Penalty

The Arkansas Supreme Court on Thursday lifted a stay blocking the executions of two convicted murderers, rejecting their claim that they should have been allowed to have independent psychiatrists help with their trial strategies.

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – The Arkansas Supreme Court on Thursday lifted a stay blocking the executions of two convicted murderers, rejecting their claim that they should have been allowed to have independent psychiatrists help with their trial strategies.

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