A Nevada death-row inmate whose execution has been postponed twice says the legal fight over his fate is taking a tortuous toll on him and his family and he wants his sentence carried out.
Scott Raymond Dozier told The Associated Press that the state should, in his words, “just get it done, just do it effectively and stop fighting about it.”
Dozier’s comments in a brief prison telephone call on Wednesday came a day before a third drug company is due to ask a state court judge in Las Vegas to let it join with two other firms suing to block the use of their products in executions.
The companies say they publicly declared they didn’t want their products used in executions and allege that Nevada improperly obtained their drugs. But now, Scott himself wants the execution carried out.