The Oklahoma chapter of the Hamas-linked Council on American-Islamic Relations today joined the ACLU of Oklahoma in urging Governor Stitt to reinstate the moratorium on the death penalty.
CAIR A Federal lawsuit set to start in February of 2022 will resolve whether Oklahoma’s three-drug execution protocol is unconstitutionally torturous. The ACLU of Oklahoma and CAIR-OK are calling on Governor Stitt to honor the previous agreement of no executions ahead of a decision in that federal court case.
Five people are scheduled for execution over the next four months.
Despite a pending federal court decision and concerns over repeating the deeply disturbing and traumatic events of the past four executions, unelected Attorney General’s plans to continue to experiment on people using the same three-drug lethal injection protocol in question should give everyone deep pause,” said Tamya Cox-Touré, ACLU of Oklahoma Executive Director.
“Every Oklahoman must ask themselves not whether they support the death penalty, but rather, do they trust their government with the power to kill its citizens (who have committed heinous crimes)
JUSTICE SERVED: Oklahoma convert to Islam convicted of beheading a co-worker and attempting to behead another has been sentenced to death