ST. LOUIS — The Missouri Supreme Court's decision to move ahead with two executions was questioned Thursday by some death penalty observers and opponents, in part over concern about Missouri's proposed use of a drug that remains unproven in lethal injections and which gained infamy in the 2009 death of pop star Michael Jackson.
Concerns raised over pending Missouri executions
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