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Old 12-14-2012, 04:36 AM
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Louisiana has set an execution date for Chris Sepulvado.
More info: http://usexecutions.blogspot.de/2012...e-set-for.html
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Louisiana has set an execution date for Chris Sepulvado.
More info: http://usexecutions.blogspot.de/2012...e-set-for.html
I was going to post this myself,Nenia, but I did not know if Mr. Sepulvado had exhausted all normal appeals (and therefore if this date was serious).... my thoughts go to Mr. Sepulvado and his supporters.

If he is executed as scheduled, he will be the oldest man executed in Louisiana (at 69) in the post-Furman period.
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Thoughts and prayers to Mr Sepulvado and all touched by this.
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The Louisiana Supreme Court has denied condemned inmate Christopher Sepulvado's bid to stay his scheduled Feb. 13 execution. The decision leaves Sepulvado, 69, with dwindling chances to avoid lethal injection, although he continues to press for a federal reprieve and clemency from Gov. Bobby Jindal.

link: http://www.nola.com/crime/index.ssf/..._river_default

Side note: Louisiana either has no execution protocol or, if they do, they won't reveal it. It seems to me that this fact is his last chance for an appeal at the federal level.

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Very sad! My thoughts go out to Mr Sepulvado and all involved.
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The LCADP has started a petition online, you can sign here:
https://www.change.org/petitions/gov...without-parole
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No good news here ...

Louisiana child killer's execution will proceed Feb. 13
Attempts made Tuesday to stop the Feb. 13 execution of convicted child killer Christopher Sepulvado failed to make headway.
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal’s office said he has rejected a request from the Louisiana’s Catholic bishops to stop the lethal injection. And the Louisiana Board of Pardons has denied Sepulvado’s clemency petition without a hearing.
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http://www.thetowntalk.com/viewart/2...proceed-Feb-13
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So sad for all involved. Just one more horror, still more victims.
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He got a stay!

http://www.shreveporttimes.com/artic...nclick_check=1
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I'm glad of this good news!
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Since I didn't exactly elaborate earlier, I want to mention something from this article: http://theadvocate.com/home/5125332-...-off-execution

Since 2010, Sepulvado's attorneys have been trying to obtain information from the Louisiana DOC about the state's execution protocol and have never been given it (this is why the judge stayed the execution). Because of this, Sepulvado can't challenge the legality of the state's execution protocol nor can it be confirmed that Louisiana's "stash" is legal (approved by the FDA).

After Brady issued his order, [Sepulvado's attorney was shown] an affidavit by Mary B. Labatut, pharmacy director at the Louisiana State Penitentiary at Angola.

Labatut said in that affidavit: “I have personal knowledge that (Angola) currently has in stock the drug pentobarbital, purchased from Lundbeck, Inc., of Deerfield, Illinois.”

That is how the state wanted to give legal verification of their stock of pentobarbital.

Anyone else think they're trying to hide something? And didn't Lundbeck "ban" the sale of pentobarbital to prisons?

While I'm at it: Shame on Lundbeck. Shame on Akorn. Shame on Hospira. (I'd use a stronger string of words, but... )
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I agree, shame on lundbeck. Yes, they banned the sale of pentobarbital first-hand to prisons, but refused to oblige the wholesalers not to pass it down to prisons.
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The State is appealing the stay to the 5CA. More waiting....
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The state hasn't filed anything as of yesterday and they're not going to rush to get it in before Wednesday. They can't do anything Tuesday anyway because of Mardi Gras (everything is closed, and I'm pretty sure the courts will be closed then too). Even if they tried to rush it, the state cannot schedule another date for 30-45 days even if the state wins the appeal.

Here's a new article with more information: http://theadvocate.com/home/5137528-...suit-dismissed

A Baton Rouge state judge Friday dismissed a petition by a lawyer for death row inmate Christopher Sepulvado that was seeking details of how the state plans to execute the convicted child killer.

Judge William Morvant added, however, that the lawyer could re-file the same petition if he lists Sepulvado as the plaintiff. The attorney, Gary C. Clements, listed himself as the plaintiff, but maintained that he had filed the petition on Sepulvado’s behalf.

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Bad news, folks: Chris Sepulvado has now been set a new execution date of 5 November 2013 (less than two months away from now) http://www.shreveporttimes.com/artic...nclick_check=1

This will be just 4 days after his 70th birthday, and if carried out will be the first non-voluntary execution in Louisiana in over 11 years.

My thoughts are still of course with Mr. Sepulvado and his supporters.
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This is very sad news. My thoughts and prayers are with Mr Sepulvado and all touched by this news.
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Christopher Sepulvado received a stay, with his execution now unclear. DPIC reports a date of 2/05/14. According to an article in The Lens (attached), the date is 3/07/14. Apparently the date was not accurately set; it was originally put down as 3/07, however the Court has recently moved it up to 2/05.

The Lens further reports that there is likelihood that this date will also be extended, as LA disposed of their execution drugs as they had expired, leaving them without pentobarbital. According to the report, lawyers are waiting to learn of the execution plans.
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Louisiana plans to use the same 2-drug-concoction used in the execution of Dennis McGuire in Ohio two weeks ago, which left Dennis choking and gasping for air during 25 minutes until pronounced dead.

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Mr. Sepulvado is granted a 90-day-stay over controversal drug method

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That's great news, Willove! Let's hope that 90 days is changed...to never.
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Indeed,InsomniaCT...given that Mr. Sepulvado is 70 years of age and not exactly in good health, it will probably end up being never at this rate.
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