Lethal injection supporter uses Drugs.com printouts in Supreme Court testimony
Today, arguments on lethal injection procedure are starting in front of the Supreme Court, as justices determine whether Oklahoma’s use of the sedative midazolam in executions violates the standard of “cruel and unusual punishment.” One person appearing in court will be Dr. Roswell Lee Evans, who, according to a report from ProPublica, has been using less than rigorous sourcing for his testimony.
Evans, who has suggested inmates “would not sense the pain” of an execution if given a high enough midazolam dose, is making his case using about 150 pages of printouts from Drugs.com in his expert witness report. That site has this disclaimer at the bottom of its home page: “This material is provided for educational purposes only and is not…
Source:: The Verge