- The Oklahoma Department of Corrections may have used the wrong drug for the execution of Charles Warner that occurred last January
- "I was not aware nor was anyone in my office aware of the possibility until the day of Richard Glossip's scheduled execution," Fallin said
- Fallin said that the pharmacist who provided the drug had assured the DOC that the drugs are medically interchangeable. But her critics, note that potassium acetate is not officially part of the State's protocol
Washington (CNN)Oklahoma will delay any further executions as officials investigate how the wrong drug may have been used in the execution of Charles Warner back in January.