Ohio inmate to receive special pillow to help him breathe during*execution
COLUMBUS Ohios prisons agency will give a condemned inmate a wedge-shaped pillow to help him breathe during his execution this week.
The Department of Rehabilitation and Correction plans to provide the pillow for death row prisoner Alva Campbell on Wednesday because of breathing issues he could experience while lying flat, according to WJW.
A prison doctor recommended the accommodation after Campbell became agitated while lying on his back during an exam last month.
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) Asia investigators found Thailand's major coconut milk producers are forcing monkeys to pick coconuts as slave laborers. After the report emerged, major Western supermarket chains have removed coconut water and oil from their store shelves that are connected with these farms.
Eight farms were noted in the report. Two in focus are Aroy-D, and Chaokoh, which have dozens of monkeys picking upwards of 1,000 coconuts each, per day. It was found these two farms supply coconut products to Giant Food, Food Lion, Stop & Shop, and Hannaford in the U.S.
Rodríguez Tormes is facing a first-degree murder charge, along with possession of a firearm by a convicted felon and destruction of evidence because he dismantled the gun and ditched it somewhere, according to deputies. His girlfriend has not been arrested.