July 21, 2011 by staff
Andrew Deyoung, A convicted murderer in Georgia could become the second person whose performance is videotaped, USA Investigators have said the death penalty. Andrew DeYoung is scheduled to be executed by lethal injection Thursday night for the murder. Another condemned man hopes to record the execution of a test that lethal injection causes pain and suffering.
But prosecutors argue that the video could compromise the security plans and they can be filtered.
DeYoung, 37, was convicted of stabbing his parents and sister to death in 1993 through an inheritance.
On Monday, a Fulton County, Georgia judge ruled that lawyers of the condemned Gregory Walker may have the execution of a computer video DeYoung.
Walker has filed a lawsuit against his death sentence based on a ccktail in the state of illegal drug lethal injection causes pain and suffering.
Prosecutors have opposed the proposed recording.
On Thursday, the Georgia Attorney General Sam olens authorization to ask the state Supreme Court – just hours before the scheduled execution of DeYoung.
“The executions in this state are not public, and the potential for sensationalism and abuse of a video of an execution is a major concern,” the attorney general’s office argued.
Walker was sentenced to death in 2005 for the murder of a hotel maid of 23 years who had stolen drugs and money from him while he slept in a hotel room.
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