Alabama seeks new execution date for Miller
By KIM CHANDLER
MONTGOMERY, Ala (AP) – Alabama is asking a court to swiftly set a new execution date for an inmate who had his lethal injection called off last month after multiple failed attempts to connect an intravenous line to the man’s veins.
The Alabama Department of Corrections attempted to put Alan Eugene Miller to death on Sept 22, but officials called off the lethal injection after the execution team was unable to connect the intravenous line.
The state faced a midnight deadline to get the execution underway before the death warrant expired.
Miller, 57, was sentenced to death after being convicted of a 1999 workplace rampage in which he killed Terry Jarvis, Lee Holdbrooks and Scott Yancy.
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10/6/2022 6:15:52 PM (GMT -5:00)