In two weeks, Oklahoma will enter year two of its statewide stay on death-row executions, reports News 9.
Despite the long delay, there’s still no evidence that the state's board of corrections is drawing any closer to making a decision on execution protocol. The halt came in 2015 after a series of bungled executions sparked widespread shock and criticism. First Oklahoma nearly used the wrong drug on inmate Richard Glossip. Then that same drug was used to execute Charles Warner, who writhed in agony and took 43 minutes to die.