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Obama Said Afflicted By Execution In Oklahoma

President Obama announced that prompted a review of the procedures in executions.

Calls for ‘analysis’ about

President Barack Obama called the improper execution of an inmate in Oklahoma as “deeply disturbing” and announced that he will ask the Attorney General to analyze the issues surrounding the application of the death penalty in the United States.

In his first public comments on the case of a murderer Clayton Lockett, the president, who previously was a professor of constitutional law, expressed mixed feelings about the death penalty and said that Americans need to “get tough and profound questions about these problems” quote The Associated Press.

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