Interview: Botched Oklahoma execution sparks debate about lethal injection
HILARY: The Oklahoma execution that went awry Tuesday night has re-sparked international debate over lethal injection. Today, a spokesman for the United Nations Human Rights Commission in Geneva said the botched execution could amount to cruel, inhuman and degrading treatment.
One of the problems with the execution was the lack of appropriate drugs.
BACK ANNOUNCE: Deborah Denno is a law professor at Fordham University who studies the death penalty.
She says many things went wrong Tuesday night.
NOTE: BACK ANNOUNCE IS SELF-CONTAINED IN THE TAPE.