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HomeCrimeIdaho may  allow Bryan Kohberger to be executed by firing-squad depending on...

Idaho may  allow Bryan Kohberger to be executed by firing-squad depending on certain circumstances

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Following the state’s decision to approve a bill aimed at reviving the divisive punishment earlier this week, the 28-year-old graduate student Bryan Kohberger accused of stalking and killing four college students in Idaho may be subject to the firing squad.

After clearing the House with a veto-proof majority, a law allowing Idaho to execute convicted inmates by firing squad is on its way to the governor’s desk.

In accordance with a bill the Legislature enacted on Monday with a veto-proof majority, Idaho is prepared to let fire squads to execute convicted criminals when the state cannot get lethal injection medications.

Only in extreme cases–one death row inmate’s scheduled execution has already been repeatedly postponed due to drug shortages–will firing squads be used instead of lethal injections.

The action by Idaho lawmakers is consistent with actions taken by lawmakers in other states, who have recently rushed to resurrect more traditional execution procedures due to problems procuring the pharmaceuticals needed for long-standing lethal injection programs. Drug manufacturers are increasingly forbidding executioners from using their products, claiming that these medications were created to save lives, not take them.

According to the Death Penalty Information Center, just a few states currently permit firing squads as a last resort: Mississippi, Utah, Oklahoma, and South Carolina. The law of South Carolina is on pause until a legal challenge is being resolved.

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