Alabama stops the execution of Alan Eugene Miller in the last minute

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The performance with the lethal injection of Alan Eugene Miller by the state Alabama was stopped after the prisoner’s veins could not be accessed within the protocol’s time limits.

“Due to time constraints that caused a delay in court proceedings, the execution was canceled when it was determined that the inmate’s veins could not be accessed in accordance with our protocol prior to the expiration of the death sentence,” John Hamm, Commissioner of the Department of Corrections Alabama prison, he told reporters, according to al.com.

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