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Nashville attorney: Thursday's execution gives “more evidence” of lethal injection problems

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Nashville attorney: Thursday's execution gives “more evidence” of lethal injection problems

Nashville attorney: Thursday's execution gives “more evidence” of lethal injection problems

Donnie Johnson was executed for killing his wife, Connie, in 1984.

With Johnson's execution, Tennessee has now carried out four executions within a year, while the death penalty has been put on hold in other states.

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