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This undated photo provided by the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction shows Clyde Wesley, serving 35 years to life for the May 14, 1984, slaying of Mary Jane Stout, shot four times during a robbery by Wesley and John Stumpf, in the home where she lived with her husband Norman Stout outside of New Concord in eastern Ohio. Norman Stout was shot twice in the head but survived. Stumpf was sentenced to die for the slaying, and Stout is determined to attend Stumpf's execution if it ever takes place after repeated delays over the years. (Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction via AP)

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This undated file photo provided by the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction shows Donald Harvey, a serial killer who became known as the "Angel of Death." Harvey, who was serving multiple life sentences, was found beaten in his cell on March 28, 2017, at the state's prison in Toledo, state officials said. He died Thursday morning, said JoEllen Smith, spokeswoman for Ohio's prison system. Ohio authorities investigating the fatal prison beating of Harvey has said they're in no hurry to file charges. (Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction via AP)

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FILE – This undated file photo provided by the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction shows Dennis McGuire, who was executed with the use of the sedative midazolam on Jan. 16, 2014. McGuire's execution lasted 26 minutes and remains the longest execution to date since Ohio resumed putting inmates to death in 1999. Questions about whether midazolam can prevent prisoners from suffering while they die have persisted since several states in 2014 began using the drug as part of their lethal injection protocols. (Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction via AP, File)

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This undated photo provided by the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction shows Evin King, who has spent 23 years in an Ohio prison for the 1994 strangulation of his girlfriend Crystal Hudson. King, who has maintained his innocence, could be released soon after Cuyahoga County, Ohio, Prosecutor Michael O'Malley's office in Cleveland asked a court Monday, April 17, 2017, to vacate King's conviction, based on advances in DNA testing and interpreting forensic evidence. (Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction via AP)

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This photo provided by the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction shows Donald Harvey, a serial killer who became known as the "Angel of Death" and pleaded guilty in 1987 to 37 murders of hospital patients while working as a nurse's aide in Cincinnati and London, Kentucky, during the 1970s and '80s, claiming he was trying to end his patients' suffering. A spokeswoman for Ohio's prison system says Harvey was found badly beaten Tuesday, March 28, 2017, in his cell at the state's prison in Toledo, and the Ohio State Highway Patrol said Harvey was in critical condition Wednesday. He is serving multiple life sentences as part of a plea deal that avoided the death penalty. (Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction via AP)

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This undated photo provided by the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction shows David Johnson, who received an eight-year sentence for sexual battery. The Ross County, Ohio, Coroner's Office identified Johnson as the inmate fatally strangled Wednesday, Feb. 1, 2017, while riding in a transport van to the Ross County Correctional Institution with other prisoners and guards, after Johnson had been taken to Columbus, Ohio, for medical treatment, according to Ross County Prosecutor Matthew Schmidt. (Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction via AP)

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FILE - This undated file photo, provided by the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction shows Brandon Moore. An Ohio prosecutor plans to appeal the rejection of a convicted rapist's 112-year prison sentence to the U.S. Supreme Court. The Mahoning County Prosecutor’s Office wants the high court to take up the case of the 2008 sentence given to Moore for crimes committed when he was 15. (Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction via AP, File)

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FILE – This undated file photo provided by the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction shows Dennis McGuire, executed in January 2014 for the 1989 rape and stabbing death of a recently married pregnant woman. McGuire repeatedly gasped and snorted during the 26 minutes it took him to die using a two-drug combination. Federal Magistrate Judge Michael Merz in Dayton, Ohio, is hearing evidence in a weeklong trial over Ohio's newest lethal injection method using three drugs. Ronald Phillips, convicted of the 1993 rape and murder of his girlfriend's 3-year-old daughter in Akron, Ohio, is scheduled for execution on Feb. 15, 2017. (Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction via AP, File)

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FILE - This undated file photo, provided by the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction shows Brandon Moore. A 112-year prison sentence imposed on Moore, a convicted rapist for crimes he committed at age 15, is unconstitutional because it doesn't allow any opportunity for possible release, a divided Ohio Supreme Court ruled Thursday, Dec. 22, 2016. (Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction via AP, File)

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This undated photo released by the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction shows Tyrone Noling. The Ohio Supreme Court has sided with the death row inmate who sought DNA testing on a cigarette butt found near the scene of the 1990 double murder that led to his sentence.At issue in the case was whether there is a constitutional appeals process for death row prisoners who have requests for DNA testing denied after a trial ends. The divided court ruled 4-3 Wednesday, Dec. 21, 2016, that part of a law denying that appeals process is unconstitutional. (Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction via AP)

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FILE - This undated file photo provided by the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction shows Ronald Phillips. Ohio executions have been put on hold for 2 1/2 months after a federal judge said he wanted to hear arguments over the state’s new lethal injection procedures. Frost’s order delays the July 2 execution of Phillips, sentenced to die for the rape and death of Sheila Marie Evans, his girlfriend's 3-year-old daughter, in Akron in 1993.(AP Photo/Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction, File)

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FILE- In this undated file photo provided by the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction shows Dennis McGuire. McGuire was executed in January 2014, for the 1989 rape and fatal stabbing of Joy Stewart, but took 26 minutes to die from an two-drug combo of a sedative and painkiller used by the state for the first time. The Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction said it will increase the dosage of the lethal injection drugs Monday, April 28, 2014, for the next scheduled execution on May 28. (AP Photo/Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction, File)

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FILE- This undated file photo provided by the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction shows Arthur Tyler. Cuyahoga County Prosecutor Tim McGinty planned Monday, April 21, 2014, to submit his position on whether condemned killer Tyler, who is facing execution next month for a Cleveland produce vendor’s 1983 slaying, should receive mercy. Attorneys for defendant Tyler say he should receive clemency partly because a second defendant repeatedly admitted being the shooter. (AP Photo/Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction, File)

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This undated handout photo provided by the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction, shows Ohio death row inmate Arthur Tyler, who is scheduled to be the next execution in the state on May 28, 2014. Four people were sentenced to death in Ohio last year, according to an annual report on capital punishment in the state which says a total of 320 death sentences have been handed down under Ohio’s 1981 law. (AP Photo/Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction)

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FILE - This undated file photo provided by the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction shows Ronald Phillips. Ohio says it is denying Phillips, a condemned child killer's request to donate organs to family members, a bid that halted his execution last year. A lawyer for the prisons system says Phillips, will not be allowed to donate organs after Sunday, the latest time he could have the surgery and still recuperate in time for his July 2 execution. (AP Photo/Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction, File)

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FILE - This undated file photo provided by the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction shows Dennis McGuire. Condemned inmate McGuire made gasp-like snoring sounds for several minutes during his 26-minute execution on Jan. 16, the longest since Ohio resumed putting inmates to death in 1999. Ohio’s most recent batches of lethal injection drugs were produced by a company that wants states to stop using them for capital punishment, records show. Lake Forest, Ill.-based Hospira Inc. says it manufactures the drugs, the sedative midazolam and the painkiller hydromophone, to enhance and save the lives of patients it helps treat. The company says it objects to their use in capital punishment. (AP Photo/Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction, File)