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U.S. Executes Second Federal Inmate This Week After a 17-Year Hiatus – The Wall Street Journal

The federal government executed a second inmate this week, after the Supreme Court rejected by a 5-4 vote claims that dementia had left Wesley Ira Purkey unable to comprehend the reason for his punishment, therefore rendering it unconstitutional.

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