Why Georgia can't kill Warren Lee Hill 

The state's new lethal-injection law undermines its repeated attempts to kill one of its death row inmates

LAST CHANCE Warren Lee Hill, a death row inmate  sentenced to die for the killing of a fellow prisoner, fights the state over its lethal injection secrecy law

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LAST CHANCE Warren Lee Hill, a death row inmate sentenced to die for the killing of a fellow prisoner, fights the state over its lethal injection secrecy law

Warren Lee Hill should already be dead. But thanks to Georgia, which for years has feverishly pursued the death-row inmate's execution, as well as an unlikely and fortunate series of events, he has somehow managed to stay alive. Hill, who was sentenced…

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