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The Nevada Department of Corrections released its plan Tuesday to execute convicted killer Scott Dozier next week by using a controversial, never-before-tried cocktail of drugs that includes the use of a paralytic.
Dozier, 47, has been on death row in Nevada since he was convicted 11 years ago of killing and dismembering Jeremiah Miller in Las Vegas. He also was convicted of murder in Arizona.
His execution is set for 8 p.m. July 11.
The article goes on to state the following:
The case has drawn national scrutiny as Nevada attempts to use the paralytic drug cisatracurium in conjunction with midazolam and fentanyl. Opponents say the paralytic could hide the pain and suffering Dozier might experience during the execution.
Through all the arguments, Dozier has mostly been unwilling to fight for his life.
He refused to let his attorneys seek a stay of execution and waived all of his appeals, leaving his defense team limited options to try and prevent his execution.
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