Lundbeck’s Pentobarbital kills its 18th patient in Arizona on June 30, 2011

June 30, 2011 - Lundbeck Executes 18

June 30, 2011 - Lundbeck Executes 18

Lundbeck‘s Pentobarbital kills its 18th patient in Arizona on June 30, 2011.

Richard Bible was put to death by injection at the state prison in Florence after state and federal courts turned down his appeals. After more than two decades on death row, the 49-year-old always claimed his innocence. Richard Bible had said that he can’t prove himself innocent because he didn’t get a fair trial.

Lundbeck is now responsible for 18 of the 25 executions carried out so far in the United States in 2011.

Five more patients awaiting Lundbeck’s treatment in July:

Humberto Leal, Texas, July 7, 2011
Kenneth Smith, Ohio, July 19, 2011

Thomas West, Arizona, July 19, 2011
Mark Stroman, Texas, July 20, 2011
Robert Jackson III, Delaware, Juy 29, 2011

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"Lundbeck is a global pharmaceutical company engaged in the research and development, production, marketing and sale of drugs for treatment of psychiatric and neurological disorders." As the sole supplier of Pentobarbital to US departments of corrections, Danish company Lundbeck took an active and dedicated part in the executions of human beings. This is a clear violation of its ethical obligations as a European pharmaceutical laboratory. Its manufacturing plant for Pentobarbital is based in Kansas, USA. Here is the full story: the facts and the numbers brought to you by European activists dedicated to the universal abolition of the death penalty. Disclaimer: This blog was created to raise awareness and to encourage legitimate citizen actions to bring an end to the torturous executions in the USA. It does not, and never did advocate violence or retaliation against whoever participates in the legal lynchings of human beings. View all posts by The Pentobarbital Experiment

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