U.S. postponed the first death penalty in 17 years

The first death penalty in 17 years in the U.S. was postponed a few hours before execution. The restraining order was received after the inmates’ lawsuits.

Criminals demanded the addition of morphine to the lethal injection. According to the judge, the available drug causes “extreme pain” to the plaintiffs. The perpetrators will challenge the use of the old injection.