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Arizona Governor Jan Brewer expressed concern over how long the procedure took and ordered the state's Department of Corrections to conduct a full review, but said justice had been done and that the execution was lawful.
Ryan said in a statement that apart from snoring, Wood "did not grimace or make any further movement."
McGuire reportedly convulsing and gasping for breath.
"One thing is certain, however, inmate Wood died in a lawful manner and by eyewitness and medical accounts he did not suffer," the Republican governor said in a statement.
Botched execution in Arizona
In Oklahoma in April, convicted killer Clayton Lockett writhed in pain and a needle became dislodged during his lethal injection at a state prison. The execution was halted, but Lockett died about 30 minutes later of a heart attack.
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"It's time for Arizona and the other states still using lethal injection to admit that this experiment with unreliable drugs is a failure," she said in a statement.
He said Wood was "fully and deeply sedated" five minutes after the drugs began to be administered, and that the medical team reaffirmed that he remained deeply sedated seven more times before he was pronounced dead.
PHOENIX An Arizona inmate took almost two hours to die by lethal injection on Wednesday and his lawyers said he "gasped and snorted" before succumbing in the latest botched execution to raise questions about the death penalty in the United States.
But he exhausted his appeals on Wednesday when the Arizona Supreme Court lifted a hold after reviewing a last minute appeal that involved demands for more information about the lethal drug cocktail to be used in the execution.
"I just know it was not efficient," said the reporter, Michael Kiefer. "It took a long time."Charles Ryan, director of Arizona's Department of Corrections, said protocol was followed and that the execution was monitored by a team of licensed medical professionals.
Wood's lawyers had also wanted to know the qualifications of the medical staff conducting the execution.
"Americans have had enough of the barbarism," she said.
"Arizona appears to have joined several other states who have been responsible for an entirely preventable horror: a bungled execution. The public should hold its officials responsible."
During that time, his lawyers filed an unsuccessful emergency appeal to multiple federal courts that sought to have the execution halted and their client given life saving medical treatment. Supreme Court.
The Pima County Medical Examiner will conduct an independent autopsy, he said, and a toxicology study was requested too.
"This is in stark comparison to the gruesome, vicious suffering that he inflicted on his two victims, and the lifetime of suffering he has caused their family."
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"He gasped and struggled to breathe for about an hour and 40 minutes," said one of Wood's attorneys, Dale Baich.
Diann Rust Tierney, executive director of the National Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty, said Wood's execution had been shocking, cruel and entirely predictable.
An Arizona Republic journalist who witnessed the execution said he counted the inmate gasping for breath about 660 times.
Wood had been one of six death row prisoners who sued Arizona last month arguing that secrecy surrounding the drugs used in other botched executions in Ohio and Oklahoma violated their rights.
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