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Branstetter who observed the execution The question of just what went wrong in Lockett’s execution the latest in a series of recent state-sanctioned killings that have not gone as planned has fueled a renewed debate over the use of lethal injection in the United States On Wednesday the White House implied that Lockett’s protracted death may have violated the ban on cruel and unusual punishment established in the Eight Amendment of the US Constitution “We have a fundamental standard in this country that even when the death penalty is justified it must be carried out humanely” said Jay Carney President Obama’s press secretary “And I think everyone would recognize that this case fell short of that standard” (Read More: America’s Long and Grisly Search for the Perfect Way to Kill) Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin on Wednesday announced an investigation into what went wrong as well as a 14-day stay of another execution that had been scheduled for that same day while vigorously defending the state’s right to administer capital punishment “I believe that the death penalty is an appropriate punishment for those who commit heinous crimes against their fellow men and women” Fallin said “However I also believe that the state needs to be certain that its protocols and procedures for executions work” Lockett’s attorneys believe that it did not and they are planning to pursue legal recourse “We have not yet determined what those will be” Seth Day a member of Lockett’s defense team told TIME “only that there will be a legal action” Oklahoma corrections officials did not respond to multiple requests for comment The fight over the application of the death penalty in the US has been revived by a spate of executions that have gone awry since states began experimenting with different drug combinations after being unable to obtain more standard lethal injection drugs On Jan 9 Michael Lee Wilson who was convicted of murdering a convenience store clerk declared he “felt his whole body burning” after Oklahoma administered a combination of pentobarbital vecuronium bromide to stop respiration and potassium chloride to stop the heart A week later Dennis McGuire who was sentenced to die for raping and killing a 22-year-old pregnant woman thrashed and snorted before finally succumbing after about 25 minutes following Ohio’s use of a new lethal drug mix McGuire’s family is now suing Hospira a pharmaceutical company for providing the state with execution drugs Ohio said this week that its review found McGuire’s execution was “conducted in a constitutional manner” but that it was increasing drug dosages in future executions Death penalty opponents and critics of the current system of lethal injection are trying to use these bungled executions to build a case against the constitutionality of the method while shedding light on the increasingly murky details surrounding it Oklahoma has been at the center of the debate since January when Lockett and another death row inmate Charles Warner sued the state over a law that shields the source of drugs used in lethal injections (Read More: Every Execution in US History in a Single Chart) Numerous states have passed similar laws as a way to protect drug suppliers from boycotts and other political backlash As commercial pharmaceutical companies increasingly refuse to allow their products to be used in executions states have turned to compounding pharmacies for their supply These pharmacies which mix drugs to order are not regulated by the federal government A 2012 meningitis outbreak that killed 64 people was linked to a contaminated supply from one compounding pharmacy in Massachusetts Capital punishment opponents have challenged these secrecy laws on the grounds that sub-standard drugs from anonymous suppliers are more likely to lead to botched executions Courts have rejected their arguments in many states It surely doesn’t help their cause that many of the condemned have been convicted of horrific crimes Lockett was sentenced to death for kidnapping and assaulting a 19-year-old woman and ordering an accomplice to bury her alive while Warner was convicted of raping and murdering an 11-month-old After a messy months-long legal fight that included a standoff between Fallin and the Oklahoma Supreme Court the state’s secrecy law was ruled constitutional and Lockett and Warners execution dates were officially set for Tuesday Locketts lawyers hadnt seen their client all day until they were seated in the execution chambers viewing room and prison officials lifted the curtain There on the other side of the glass Lockett was strapped down on a gurney covered in a sheet and surrounded by the warden a physician and prison guards They asked Lockett if he had any final words He said no and the warden signaled for the execution to begin Sanderford says that Lockett became visibly drowsy and that his eyes glazed over It appeared that midazolam a sedative meant to put Lockett to sleep was beginning to take effect The doctor came over to see whether Lockett was still conscious He said he was so they waited a few more minutes "At that point the warden says in this formal tone Mr Lockett is now unconscious" Sanderford says "I took that as a cue to the executioners to start with the second and third drug" A couple more minutes passed and thats when things started going horribly wrong "It was almost subtle at first" Sanderford says "He started writhing and twitching and then the writhing and twitching just got stronger and more violent It looked like he was trying to lift his whole upper body off the table as if he was trying to sit up He was mumbling things that were clearly words but I couldnt understand His eyes opened at one point It was the most gruesome spectacle Ive ever seen in my life" A few minutes into Lockett’s jostling the warden had the curtain lowered in the viewing room and the audio feed from the chamber cut Sanderford says he could see shadows moving behind the curtain but couldnt tell what was going on At that point several department of corrections officials began using a phone located in the visiting room "They kept pulling the cord outside the door and shutting the door so we couldnt hear what they were saying" Sanderford says "They kept calling one guy out calling another guy out It was fking chaos They knew something was going wrong" Sanderford and Autry were told that a stay had been issued for both Lockett and Warner who was scheduled to be executed later that evening The lawyers said they were ordered to leave the visiting room and later to leave the prison grounds altogether At 7:06 pm, "All the skeletons (in the cupboard) are being exposed. 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