AG requests to keep information about execution drug mix-up secret

AG requests to keep information about execution drug mix-up secret

OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla._Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt is requesting that information connected to the mix-up of execution drugs be kept secret.

Pruitt asked the federal court if he could disclose information in a lethal injection lawsuit to the judge, but keep it from attorneys for death row inmates.

Governor Mary Fallin issued a last minute stay of execution for Richard Glossip after corrections officers found they had the wrong drugs on-site. The same drug mixture had been used to execute Charles Warner earlier this year. Warner complained of pain during his death.

Glossip's attorney is suing to stop the execution and believes there are questions about the drugs being administered that need to be answered.