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States look to the past for execution methods

Tennessee revives electric chair as possibility

States look to the past for execution methods

States look to the past for execution methods

In this Oct. 13, 1999, file photo, Ri...


NASHVILLE, Tenn. — The disarray surrounding lethal injection in the U.S. is beginning to steer states back toward methods of execution that many had long ago deemed less humane than the needle.


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