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Topic - Robert Lowe
A killer who repeatedly gasped and made other sounds during his lengthy execution by a new two-drug method was not coached to fake suffocation or make a show of his death, his lawyers said Tuesday in response to an earlier report.
An attorney for a condemned Ohio inmate whose slow, gasping execution with a new drug combination renewed questions about the death penalty was temporarily suspended last week while officials investigated whether he had coached the condemned man to fake symptoms of suffocation.
After hitting four straight homers, all line drives far over the fence, Lowe added a single to set a major league record with 17 total bases.