Alabama execution called off for time and medical concerns

Alan Miller, 57, was convicted of killing three people in a 1999 workplace shooting. He was set to be put to death by nitrogen hypoxia, a method the state of Alabama has never used. The execution team began trying to establish intravenous access, but he did not know for how long it took. Miller testified that he turned in paperwork four years ago selecting the execution method, putting the documents in a slot in his cell door at the Holman Correctional Facility for a prison worker to collect.

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