Pennsylvania’s Lethal Injection Fiasco

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09.18.14

Pennsylvania’s Lethal Injection Fiasco

The commonwealth’s first execution in 15 years, set for September 22, had to be postponed—after corrections officials couldn’t get their hands on the lethal chemicals they needed.
Fifteen years after its last execution, Pennsylvania is finding it difficult to fire up its death machine again.If the commonwealth gets its way, it will soon strap 58-year-old confessed murderer Hubert Michael Jr. to a gurney inside the State Correctional Institution at Rockview, insert an IV into his vein, and fill his body with lethal chemicals until his heart stops beating. There’s just one little problem. The Department of Corrections can’t seem to get its hands on the drugs it needs to do the job.

On Friday, Gov. Tom Corbett announced that he is postposing Michael’s September 22 execution because the department doesn’t have a stock of lethal chemicals on hand and is still seeking a supplier. Michael, who is rapidly approaching the end of his appeals, would be the first prisoner executed in the Keystone State since 1999, when a judge ruled that condemned torture-killer Gary Heidnik’s desire to end his own life could not be used as evidence of his mental incapacity.

The implications for Pennsylvania are great: The last time the commonwealth executed an inmate who hadn’t voluntarily waived his right to appeal, John F. Kennedy was president. Corbett is eager to break that streak. He’s signed 35 death warrants during his tenure in office, all of which have been stayed. And he has gone on record saying he is “committed to carrying out the sentence” against Michael.

Susan McNaughton, a spokeswoman for the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections, offered no explanation to The Daily Beast for the department’s trouble obtaining the drugs. She also declined to comment on speculation among some well-placed observers that the department has been turned down by at least one supplier, most likely the compounding pharmacy that provided the drugs the last time Michael was scheduled for execution, in November 2012.

“We have been and will continue to work to acquire the drugs in accordance with the law,” McNaughton said via email. “How long that will take, we do not know.”

In a case of conspicuous timing, the governor’s decision came one day after the American Civil Liberties Union and a group of newspapers filed a motion in federal court seeking information on what drugs the commonwealth will use on Michael and where it plans to get them. The petitioners are piggybacking on a class action suit filed in 2006, Chester v. Wetzel, that challenges Pennsylvania’s lethal injection protocol as unconstitutional because it lacks adequate protections against needless pain and suffering.

The most recent filing in the case seeks to unseal documents related to the Department of Corrections’ last lethal drug acquisition and lay the groundwork for similar transparency in all future executions.

Mary Catherine Roper, an ACLU attorney representing the newspapers, said the execution postponement caught her and her colleagues off guard.

“Nobody is surprised that it’s getting harder to locate these drugs,” she said, “but no one at the Department of Corrections had indicated publicly that they hadn’t been able to secure them.”

The department has not revealed which drug or drugs it is having trouble purchasing, but it’s a safe bet that at least one of them is the first drug administered during an execution, a sedative that is designed to render the condemned unconscious during the procedure.

Pennsylvania has conducted three executions by lethal injection since 1995, each time using a three-drug protocol that included the sedative sodium thiopental, followed by the paralytic pancuronium bromide, and potassium chloride, which stops the heart.

“I doubt that any governor would want his or her legacy to be a torture session like those we’ve had recently in states like Oklahoma and Arizona.”

For all intents and purposes, sodium thiopental is now unavailable in the United States. In 2011 the European Union banned its export for use in capital punishment, and the sole U.S. manufacturer of the drug chose to stop making it rather than promise authorities in Italy—the site of a new manufacturing facility—that it wouldn’t be used in executions.

The Pennsylvania Department of Corrections amended its protocol accordingly to allow for a second sedative, pentobarbital—sold under the brand name Nembutal—to be used. But Lundbeck, the Danish maker of Nembutal, no longer sells the drug to U.S. prisons. A shortage of pentobarbital has forced some states to improvise, often with gruesome consequences.

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Ocean-threatened Marshall’s leader posts climate video plea

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Majuro (AFP) Marshall Islands (AFP) Sept 18, 2014


A photo taken on August 23, 2014, shows Marshall Islands President Christopher Loeak in front of his home in Majuro. Loeak raised the height of a seawall around his home following tidal floods last year and already concedes it is barely enough to protect his family from a “climate emergency.” “Out here in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, climate change has arrived,” Loeak said in the video to be released globally September 19. Image courtesy AFP.

Marshall Islands President Christopher Loeak was forced to heightened the seawall protecting his home last year but says the year-old defences are now barely enough to protect his family from a “climate emergency”.

“Out here in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, climate change has arrived,” Loeak said in the video to be released globally…

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New investigation reveals the horrifying reality for monkeys inside one German laboratory.

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New investigation reveals the horrifying reality for monkeys inside one German laboratory.

Find out at

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We are shocked by the findings from the investigation carried out by the BUAV and Soko Tierschutz at the Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics, a leading research institute in Germany, which has revealed the immense suffering inflicted on primates in cruel experiments.

The experiments, some of which were publicly funded, involved primates being subjected to severe water deprivation (sometimes for days) and physical coercion. They underwent major surgery to have devices implanted in their skulls and were then held rigid in ‘primate chairs’ inside testing chambers to carry out repetitive tasks for hours at a time.  

In addition to the terrible pain and suffering experienced by these monkeys, I believe that this fundamental research to study macaques’ brains is the wrong approach. There are better ways to…

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Der letzte Tanz – Die Befreiung der bulgarischen Tanzbären Goscho und Bobby

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Der letzte Tanz – Die Befreiung der bulgarischen Tanzbären Goscho und Bobby

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Veröffentlicht am 07.09.2013

Für die Touristen ist es die Exotik des Balkans, für die Bärenführer die einzige Einnahmequelle, für die Tiere jedoch eine unglaubliche Qual: Wie Sklaven werden die Tanzbären Goscho und Bobby am Nasenring durch Bulgariens Hauptstadt Sofia geführt. Zur schrägen Musik der Zigeunerfidel müssen sie tanzen und Kunststücke machen.

Was auf den ersten Blick so tapsig aussieht, ist die Folge brutalster Dressur: Als Jungtiere werden die Bären auf glühend heiße Eisenplatten gestellt und heben dann vor Schmerz ihre Tatzen. Dazu spielen die Bärenführer die immer gleiche Musik. Hört der Bär später die Melodie “tanzt” er aus Angst vor Schmerzen.

Die internationale Tierschutzorganisation Vier Pfoten hat in Bulgariens grüner Bergwelt ein 11.000 Quadratmeter großes Freigehege gebaut und bereits vier ehemalige Tanzbären befreit. Auch Goscho und Bobby werden nun in den Tanzbärenpark in Belitza überführt. Der Tanzbärenpark…

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Dancing Sloth Bears – The Real Jungle Book Bear, India

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Dancing Sloth Bears – The Real Jungle Book Bear, India

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I visited Wildlife SOS in India to learn about the plight of India’s dancing bears. http://www.ironammonite.com/2010/06/t… My first stop was the Daroji bear sanctuary in Hampi, where I saw bears living in the wild and I met Samad Kottur, a local science teacher, who works to protect and rescue Sloth Bears. I then travelled to the bannerghatta bear rescue centre where I saw the effect of the dancing bear trade for myself.

This video was 1st posted in 2009 and received over 200,000 views, later that year the last dancing bear was rescued from the streets of India. The trade continues in Russia and China. Following a viral attack originating in Russia, this video was inexplicably removed from YouTube – we believe that this was the work of those opposing conservation organisations who are trying to stop the…

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Ohne Gitter: Das Gefängnis der Zukunft? Neue Ansätze des Strafvollzugs

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Ohne Gitter: Das Gefängnis der Zukunft?

TRAILERDienstag, 09. September um 21:50 Uhr (84 Min.)

Ohne Gitter: Das Gefängnis der Zukunft?

Immer wieder stehen Gefängnisse im Fokus des öffentlichen Interesses. Welches Strafvollzugssystem wollen wir in unseren demokratischen Staaten? In Frankreich basiert das System, wie in den meisten europäischen Staaten, überwiegend auf geschlossenem Vollzug: hohe Mauern, vergitterte Fenster, ständige Überwachung. Aber überfüllte Gefängnisse zwingen zum Umdenken.

Während Frankreich an einer Strafrechtsreform arbeitet, die die Gefängnisse entlasten und die Resozialisierung der Häftlinge erleichtern soll, experimentieren andere europäische Länder schon länger mit Alternativen zum herkömmlichen geschlossenen Vollzug.

In Finnland, Deutschland und in der Schweiz befindet sich knapp ein Viertel der Häftlinge, das sorgsam ausgewählt wurde, im halboffenen Vollzug. Das System basiert auf Vertrauen gegenüber den Häftlingen. Als Freigänger gehen die Inhaftierten außerhalb des Gefängnisses arbeiten. Außerdem kann ihnen Hafturlaub gewährt werden. Alle drei Länder praktizieren zudem den offenen Vollzug, ohne Gitter vor den Fenstern oder zusätzliche Wärter, um Fluchtversuche zu verhindern. Die Betriebskosten sind dreimal geringer als bei geschlossenen Strafanstalten. Ziel dieses offenen Vollzugs ist die Resozialisierung der Inhaftierten, das heißt deren Rückkehr in die Gesellschaft der freien Menschen, und die Prävention von Wiederholungstaten.

Dieser neue Ansatz des Strafvollzugs sorgt für zahlreiche Kontroversen und wurde noch längst nicht überall umgesetzt. Insbesondere Frankreich ist gegenüber anderen Ländern deutlich im Rückstand.

Anhand von Berichten von Insassen und Fachleuten wie dem früheren französischen Justizminister Robert Badinter, der sich schon 1982 für die Idee eines offenen Vollzugs aussprach, zeigt der Film, welche Alternativen es zukünftig im Strafvollzug geben kann.

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No God’s and Precious Few Heroes : Dick Gaughan

No God’s and Precious Few Heroes : Dick Gaughan
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So don’t talk to me of Scotland the Brave For if we don’t fight soon there’ll be nothing left to save Or would you rather stand and watch them dig your grave While you wait for the Tartan Messiah?

Posted September 17, 2014
I was listening to the news the other day I heard a fat politician who had the nerve to say He was proud to be Scottish, by the way With the glories of our past to remember “Here’s tae us, wha’s like us”, listen to the cry No surrender to the truth and here’s the reason why The power and the glory’s just another bloody lie They use to keep us all in line
For there’s no gods and there’s precious few heroes But there’s plenty on the dole in the land o the leal And it’s time now to sweep the future clear Of the lies of a past that we know was never real
Farewell to the heather in the glen They cleared us off once and they’d do it all again For they still prefer sheep to thinking men Ah, but men who think like sheep are even better There’s nothing much to choose between the old laird and the new They still don’t give a damn for the likes of me and you Just mind you pay your rent to the factor when it’s due And mind your bloody manners when you pay!
For there’s no gods and there’s precious few heroes But there’s plenty on the dole in the land o the leal And it’s time now to sweep the future clear Of the lies of a past that we know was never real
And tell me will we never hear the end Of puir bluidy Charlie at Culloden yet again? Though he ran like a rabbit down the glen Leavin better folk than him to be butchered Or are you sittin in your Council house, dreamin o your clan? Waiting for the Jacobites to come and free the land? Try going down the broo with your claymore in your hand And count all the Princes in the queue!
For there’s no gods and there’s precious few heroes But there’s plenty on the dole in the land o the leal And it’s time now to sweep the future clear Of the lies of a past that we know was never real
So don’t talk to me of Scotland the Brave For if we don’t fight soon there’ll be nothing left to save Or would you rather stand and watch them dig your grave While you wait for the Tartan Messiah? He’ll lead us to the Promised Land with laughter in his eye We’ll all live on the oil and the whisky by and by Free heavy beer! Pie suppers in the sky! – Will we never have the sense to learn?
That there’s no gods and there’s precious few heroes But there’s plenty on the dole in the land o the leal And I’m damned sure that there’s plenty live in fear Of the day we stand together with our shoulders at the wheel Aye there’s no Gods
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Europeans drawn from three ancient ‘tribes’

7 September 2014 Last updated at 17:46 GMT

Europeans drawn from three ancient ‘tribes’

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The modern European gene pool was formed when three ancient populations mixed within the last 7,000 years, Nature journal reports.

Blue-eyed, swarthy hunters mingled with brown-eyed, pale skinned farmers as the latter swept into Europe from the Near East.

But another, mysterious population with Siberian affinities also contributed to the genetic landscape of the continent.

The findings are based on analysis of genomes from nine ancient Europeans.

Agriculture originated in the Near East – in modern Syria, Iraq and Israel – before expanding into Europe around 7,500 years ago.

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It really does look like the indigenous West European hunter gatherers had this striking combination of dark skin and blue eyes that doesn’t exist any more”

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Multiple lines of evidence suggested this new way of life was spread not just via the exchange of ideas, but by a wave of migrants, who interbred with the indigenous European hunter-gatherers they encountered on the way.

But assumptions about European origins were based largely on the genetic patterns of living people. The science of analysing genomic DNA from ancient bones has put some of the prevailing theories to the test, throwing up a few surprises.

Genomic DNA contains the biochemical instructions for building a human, and resides within the nuclei of our cells.

In the new paper, Prof David Reich from the Harvard Medical School and colleagues studied the genomes of seven hunter-gatherers from Scandinavia, one hunter whose remains were found in a cave in Luxembourg and an early farmer from Stuttgart, Germany.

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The hunters arrived in Europe thousands of years before the advent of agriculture, hunkered down in southern refuges during the Ice Age and then expanded during a period called the Mesolithic, after the ice sheets had retreated from central and northern Europe.

They were closely related to each other and their genetic profile is not a good match for any modern group of people, suggesting they were caught up in the farming wave of advance. However, their genes live on in modern Europeans, to a greater extent in the north-east than in the south.

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If you look at all the reconstructions of Mesolithic people on the internet, they are always depicted as fair skinned… This shows the opposite”

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The early farmer genome showed a completely different pattern, however. Her genetic profile was a good match for modern people in Sardinia, and was rather different from the indigenous hunters.

The Sardinians could represent a population of early farmers that became isolated on the Mediterranean island, and were little affected by later migrations that shaped the rest of Europe.

But, puzzlingly, while the early farmers share genetic similarities with Near Eastern people at a global level, they are significantly different in other ways. Prof Reich suggests that more recent migrations in the farmers’ “homeland” may have diluted their genetic signal in that region today.

Prof Reich explained: “The only way we’ll be able to prove this is by getting ancient DNA samples along the potential trail from the Near East to Europe… and seeing if they genetically match these predictions or if they’re different.

“Maybe they’re different – that would be extremely interesting.”

Neolithic figurineThe agricultural transition was a period of momentous cultural and demographic change

These regions will be the most challenging to get ancient samples from, however, because DNA breaks down more readily in warmer climates.

Pigmentation genes carried by the hunters and farmers showed that, while the dark hair, brown eyes and pale skin of the early farmer would look familiar to us, the hunter-gatherers would stand out if we saw them on a street today.

“It really does look like the indigenous West European hunter gatherers had this striking combination of dark skin and blue eyes that doesn’t exist any more,” Prof Reich told BBC News.

Dr Carles Lalueza-Fox, from the Institute of Evolutionary Biology (CSIC – UPF) in Barcelona, Spain, who was not involved with the research, told BBC News: “If you look at all the reconstructions of Mesolithic people on the internet, they are always depicted as fair skinned. And the farmers are sometimes depicted as dark-skinned newcomers to Europe. This shows the opposite.”

Last year, Dr Lalueza-Fox published genetic details of a 7,000-year-old hunter from Spain who was similarly dark and blue-eyed, suggesting these looks were not a one-off.

So where did fair pigmentation in present-day Europeans, including their rich diversity of hair colour, come from? The farmer seems to be on her way there, carrying a gene variant for light skin that’s still around today.

“There’s an evolutionary argument about this – that light skin in Europe is biologically advantageous for people who farm, because you need to make vitamin D,” said David Reich.

“Hunters and gatherers get vitamin D through their food – because animals have a lot of it. But once you’re farming, you don’t get a lot of it, and once you switch to agriculture, there’s strong natural selection to lighten your skin so that when it’s hit by sunlight you can synthesise vitamin D.”

Artist impression of the male-hunter gathererThis reconstruction shows the dark skin and blue eyes of a 7,000-year-old hunter from northern Spain

When the researchers looked at DNA from 2,345 present day people, they found that a third population was needed to capture the genetic complexity of modern Europeans.

This additional “tribe” is the most enigmatic and, surprisingly, is related to Native Americans.

Hints of this group surfaced in an analysis of European genomes two years ago. Dubbed Ancient North Eurasians, this group remained a “ghost population” until 2013, when scientists published the genome of a 24,000-year-old boy buried near Lake Baikal in Siberia.

This individual had genetic similarities with both Europeans and indigenous Americans, but lacked the East Asian ancestry present in Siberia and the Americas today. The ghost had been sighted.

The 8,000-year-old Scandinavian hunters already show some signs of mixture with this population, but the ancient hunter from Luxembourg and the farmer from Germany do not, implying that this third ancestor was added to the continental mix after farming was already established in Europe.

Dr Lalueza-Fox commented: “The interesting point is the idea that we can dissect these components in any modern European and explain diversity in modern Europeans as different proportions of these three populations.”

The study also revealed that the early farmers and their European descendents can trace a large part of their ancestry to a previously unknown, even older lineage called Basal Eurasians. This group represents the earliest known population divergence among the humans who left Africa 60,000 years ago.

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Pauper’s funeral for 18-year-old among 500 in Wales

Pauper’s funeral for 18-year-old among 500 in Wales

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More than 500 people have had pauper’s funerals in Wales in the last five years, costing more than £500,000.

An 18-year-old was among those who had a funeral funded by a local authority, BBC Wales has learned.

The funerals are carried out when a person died without relatives or the family is unable to pay.

A simple service is followed by cremation or burial in an unmarked grave which could potentially be reused three or four times.

Officially known as public health funerals, the cost is met by local councils or the NHS, with such funerals set to put an “increasing strain” on the public purse, according to councils.

BBC Wales asked every council in Wales how many public health funerals they arranged between 2009-2010 and 2013-2014 in a Freedom of Information request, and how much they cost.

Unmarked graveAn unmarked grave could be used three or four times

The figures reveal local authorities spent £518,133 on a total of 504 pauper’s funerals.

The cheapest public health funeral in Merthyr Tydfil cost just under £110, while, at the other end of the scale, Wrexham paid more than £3,000 for the most expensive one.

Councils fear a growing demand to pay for funerals

The youngest person to be given a funeral paid out of the public purse was an 18-year-old in Carmarthenshire. The oldest, aged 96, was in Swansea.

Cardiff arranged most public health funerals over five years, spending more than £100,000 on 100 burials.

Ceredigion had the least, with a single funeral in that time, costing £1,900.

Funeral table

The Welsh Local Government Association pointed to factors which could fuel demand for public health funerals, such as the economic downturn and people living on their own without the support of extended families.

“There is no doubt that we are experiencing examples of significant poverty emerging in our communities associated with austerity and some aspects of welfare reform,” said a spokesman.

“It is difficult in these circumstances for those with financial difficulties to afford the huge costs funeral planning which can average at around £4,000 and in some cases is more expensive than this.

“As such the priority for many people is the cost of everyday living. This is an unpleasant reality, but one which local authorities have to try to deal with when it comes to paying for a public health funeral.”

The spokesperson added: “Local councils are taking unprecedented cuts to their budgets and it is inevitable that there will be an increased strain on the public purse, if there is an increase in the number of funerals which are paid for by councils.”

Are you worried about the cost of funerals? Are you a funeral director? You can email haveyoursay@bbc.co.uk with your experiences.

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