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Death row in Oklahoma: Execution dates set through 2023

Death row in Oklahoma: Execution dates set through 2023

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The state of Oklahoma made use of the death penalty for the first time in nearly seven years on Oct. 28, 2021, with the execution of John Marion Grant.

In setting new dates for six executions, Attorney General John O'Connor said July 1: "Oklahomans overwhelmingly voted in 2016 to preserve the death penalty as a consequence for the most heinous murders.  I’m certain that justice and safety for all of us drove that vote."

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