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Death Row Killer seeking nitrogen death enjoyed last meal despite cancelled execution - - France - USA - county Miller - Alabama
Death Row Killer seeking nitrogen death enjoyed last meal despite cancelled execution
Death Row killer has enjoyed himself a final meal, despite his execution failing to proceed after his unique request failed to materialise.Murderer Alan Eugene Miller tucked into a huge last meal that included meatloaf and chuckwagon steak without knowing whether he would actually be executed that same night.As it turned out, Miller, who was charged with killing three men in a workplace shooting in 1999, did not receive an execution as he still awaits the verdict of his preferred method of death.READ MORE: Death Row Killer who wants to be gassed with nitrogen has execution delayedMurderer Miller claimed a fear of needles that led to the halting of his execution by lethal injection.Despite the US Supreme Court giving the go-ahead for his execution to take place, there was not enough time before the death warrants expiration date.Alabama's prison commissioner reportedly said that the execution did not go ahead because they had trouble finding Miller's veins.Prison officials were told to proceed at 9:20pm, while family, lawyers and the media were told to head to the facility in order to witness the execution from within the death chamber.But after a full meal including meatloaf, chuckwagon steak, American cheese, French fries, apple sauce, instant potatoes, macaroni, apples and an orange drink, the execution was called off.A note to the media explained items Miller was allowed access to ahead of his execution, including "a television, a telephone, his/her mail, and a Bible or its equivalent."Miller is hoping to receive the first-ever execution in Alabama to be carried out by nitrogen hypoxia due to his fear of needles. It is said that the request has been accepted by US District Judge R.
Check out Bikini Kill’s rescheduled 2023 tour dates - - Britain - Spain - France - USA - Atlanta - Italy - county Hall - county Miller - Belgium - Boston - county Franklin - county Marathon - city Burlington
Check out Bikini Kill’s rescheduled 2023 tour dates
Bikini Kill have announced details of their rescheduled tour dates for 2023 – check out the new dates below and buy tickets here.The reunited riot grrrl stars were originally set to play a host of North American shows across June and July this year, but had to postpone them due to a positive COVID case in their touring party.After a set of Pacific Northwest tour dates wrap up this week, the band will return to the road in March 2023 for a host of shows that run until the end of April.Tickets for the new shows go on sale on Friday, September 16 at midday ET and you can buy yours here.See the full list of Bikini Kill’s 2022 and 2023 North American tour dates below.SEPTEMBER 202216 – Victoria, Rifflandia Fest17 – Redmond, Marymoor ParkMARCH 202330 – Nashville, Marathon Music WorksAPRIL 20231 – Atlanta, The Eastern3 – Asheville, The Orange Peel4 – Silver Spring, The Fillmore6 – Silver Spring, The Fillmore7 – Philadelphia, Franklin Music Hall9 – Boston, Roadrunner10 – South Burlington, Higher Ground12 – Montreal, M Telus13 – Toronto, Danforth Music Hall14 – Toronto, Danforth Music Hall16 – Cleveland, Agora Theatre17 – Royal Oak, Music Theatre19 – Milwaukee, Miller High Life Theatre20 – St. Paul, Palace Theatre23 – Knoxville, The Mill & MineThis summer, the band also had to cancel their planned European and UK tour dates due to a band member testing positive for COVID as well as “other circumstances out of our control”.The riot grrrl pioneers were scheduled to perform as part of this year’s Primavera Sound festival in Spain as well as headline shows in Italy, France, Belgium and the UK, after their 2020 tour was postponed due to the pandemic.
Phil Murphy - Hospital bomb threat investigators uncover worker's cupboard full of guns - - USA - Texas - county Miller - Illinois - Jersey - New York - New Jersey - county Liberty - county Buffalo - county Highland - county Uvalde
Hospital bomb threat investigators uncover worker's cupboard full of guns
READ MORE: Scorching heatwave 'made 200-year-old tree explode' as expert warns 'no tree is safe'The hospital's marketing director, Reuven Alonalayoff, 46, has been taken into custody over the find and was charged with possession of an assault firearm and two counts of possession of a high-capacity magazine.In the state of New Jersey, his charges could fetch a maximum sentence of about five to 10 years when taken together, along with additional fines.Alonalayoff was taken into custody on Sunday at Newark Liberty International Airport - although it is unclear what he was doing there.Secaucus Police Chief Dennis Miller said: "The unsecured storage of a large cache of weaponry, especially in this location, certainly creates a risk to public safety, and said he was 'thankful this situation was resolved without anyone being harmed."A spokesman for the hospital told The Jersey Journal that Alonalayoff is no longer employed there - but now law enforcement officers are scratching their heads over how Alonalayoff was allegedly able to transport all the firearms into the unit undetected and how long they were hidden inside his office.New Jersey is a Democrat state with harsher restrictions on gun laws than other parts of the US.At the start of last month, State Governor Phil Murphy signed seven bills into law with the hope of curtailing gun violence."In the wake of horrific mass shootings in Highland Park, Illinois, Uvalde Texas, and Buffalo, New York, it is necessary that we take action in order to protect our communities," he said.READ NEXT:US Space Force to deploy deadly robot dog patrols at Cape Canaveral rocket baseWanted man found hiding from cops inside giant teddy now 'stuffed behind bars'Elon Musk promises part three of
Stacey Solomon - Joe Swash opens up about devastating brain illness amid brutal EastEnders axe - - county Miller
Joe Swash opens up about devastating brain illness amid brutal EastEnders axe
Joe Swash has opened up about his devastating brain bug that led to him being hospitalised.The ex EastEnders actor who married Loose Women favourite Stacey Solomon on Sunday was left fighting for his life in 2005 and believes that this ultimately led to his losing his EastEnders role.Joe landed the role of Mickey Miller in 2003 and was only supposed to have a short recurring role but was such a fan favourite that he got a permanent gig on the BBC soap.READ MORE: Stacey Solomon 'marries Joe Swash during Jewish wedding ceremony at Pickle Cottage'Joe struggled with partying too hard and was told to calm down by EastEnders' chiefs because he was "lad about town" and even earned himself the nickname Swashbuckler.The in 2005 his life took a dark turn when he was hospitalised with a devastating brain bug.The star was rushed to hospital where it was discovered that he was suffering from meningitis and encephalitis, swelling of the brain.His family and friends were told to 'prepare for the worst' but the actor began to recover and returned home after six weeks.Joe had to take three months unpaid leave whilst he recovered from his illness and took physio therapy to help him learn to talk and move again.Joe has since told The Sun that he believes his illness to be the reason he eventually lost his dream job on EastEnders."My illness had a massive impact on the job.