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  • Two-hours Arizona execution sparks calls for rethink on death penalty

    Joseph Wood is pictured in this undated handout booking photoBy David Schwartz PHOENIX (Reuters) - Lawyers for a double-murderer whose lethal injection in Arizona dragged on for two hours called for an outside review of the "horrifically botched execution" and prompted new calls on Thursday for the United States to abandon the death penalty. The ordeal in putting Joseph Wood to death on Wednesday at a prison facility southeast of Phoenix followed lethal injections that went awry this year in Ohio and Oklahoma, renewing the U.S. debate over capital punishment. Corrections officials said Wood was never in pain but Rob Freer, a U.S. researcher with human-rights group Amnesty International, asked, "How many more times do officials need to be reminded of the myth of the 'humane execution' before they give up on their experiment with judicial killing?" States that impose the death penalty have been scrambling to find new suppliers of chemical combinations to use in lethal injections after their former suppliers, primarily European drug makers, objected to having their products used to put people to death.


  • Storm kills three, injures five at Virginia campground
    A possible tornado swept through a Virginia campground on Thursday, killing at least three people and injuring five, a fire department spokeswoman said. The storm hit the Cherrystone Campground at Cape Charles, Virginia, overturning three cars and an a tractor-trailer, said Brittney Eder, a spokeswoman for the Eastville Volunteer Fire Company.
  • Preachers rail at police in funeral for NYC man who died in custody

    Ellisha Flagg, sister of Eric Garner, arrives to attend his funeral in New YorkBy Jonathan Allen NEW YORK (Reuters) - Preacher after preacher stepped up to the pulpit at a sweltering Brooklyn church on Wednesday to express fury at the city's police force during the funeral of Eric Garner, who died soon after police put him in a banned chokehold. As hundreds of mourners fanned themselves against the heat, the outrage sparked across New York City by video recordings, which show Garner flat on a sidewalk pleading to the officer gripping his neck that he cannot breathe, was never far from the surface. Between bursts of gospel singing, ministers preached loudly and angrily over Garner's flower-bedecked white coffin, expressing impatience with promises from Mayor Bill de Blasio and his police commissioner, Bill Bratton, that the training of police officers will be overhauled.


  • BNSF train carrying oil derails in Seattle
    (Reuters) - A Burlington Northern Santa Fe train carrying crude oil derailed as it departed a railyard in north Seattle on Thursday but there were no immediate reports of a spill or injury, BNSF said in a statement. Four railcars came off the tracks at around 2 a.m. PDT (0900 GMT), three of which were carrying crude oil destined for the Anacortes oil refinery owned by Tesoro Corp., 80 miles north of the city. The derailment, small in comparison to other explosive oil train accidents over the past year, comes a day after the U.S. Department of Transportation issued new safety proposals governing the transport of crude by rail, including updating tank cars to safer specifications. The rail cars that derailed on Thursday were the CP-1232 model that meet the latest federal safety standards, said BNSF, which is owned by Berkshire Hathaway [BRKa.N].
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