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Tenn. inmates opt for electric chair over lethal injection (access required)

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — The inmate's request was a surprising one, made three days before he was to be executed in October 2018: Edmund Zagorski told the state of Tennessee he'd rather die in the electric chair than receive a lethal injection. Some took the request as a ploy to buy time. Defense attorney Kelley Henry insisted ...