The National | Jul 24, 2014 | 2:00

Arizona's botched execution of Joseph Wood

It took almost two hours for Joseph Wood to die after he was given a lethal injection of drugs. Critics say it's the third time in six months that an execution has gone wrong. And a change in execution laws may be to blame.

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