Georgia death row inmate who wants to be executed by firing squad wins case at Supreme Court

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The Supreme Court sided with a Georgia death row inmate on Thursday who wants to be executed by firing squad instead of by lethal injection, which is currently the only authorized method of execution in the state. 

Michael Nance was convicted of murder and sentenced to death in 2002 for shooting and killing a bystander after a bank robbery in 1993. 

Nance argued in a petition that sedatives used in the lethal injection protocol would fail to…

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