NASHVILLE, Tenn. – A Tennessee passing quarrel invalid has comparison a final dish of boiled hen, crushed potatoes, biscuits and low as he awaits word on his execution from a U.S. Supreme Courtroom.
The Tennessee Division of Correction says David Earl Miller will substantially be served a dish on Thursday afternoon.
The 61-year-old invalid is scheduled to die within a electrical chair during 7 p.m. that day.
Miller comparison electrocution, as did Edmund Zagorski a month in a past. They unnoticed a lawsuit claiming Tennessee’s midazolam-based lethal injection technique causes a long and torturous demise.
Miller nonetheless has dual last-minute petitions seeking a justices to hindrance his execution.
He was convicted of murdering a 23-year-old mentally disabled lady in 1981 in Knoxville. He has spent 36 years on passing row, a longest of any Tennessee inmate.