One of these shitbags bashed a guys head in with a bat, the other raped and killed an eleven month old. Did they worry about the pain they caused their victims. Fuck them..... Botched Oklahoma execution haunts inmate as death nears (CNN)Richard Glossip has spent 17 years in a tiny cell in H Unit of the Oklahoma State Penitentiary, close to the death chamber. Every execution is a reminder that his turn will come one day. The last one was Clayton Lockett's. "I've seen it on TV," says Glossip, 51, in a telephone call from death row. Richard Glossip says he fears a repeat of the botched execution of a fellow Oklahoma death row inmate. He says he's reconciled with his fate, though he has always maintained his innocence. He says he has long believed that without mental preparation, things will not go well in his final moments. But when he learned that Lockett's was one of the longest executions in U.S. history and that he moaned and writhed on the gurney for 43 minutes before dying of a heart attack, a new anxiety set in. "I am worried they will botch it again," he says. Oklahoma's bungled lethal injection in April horrified people around the world, and the state put a moratorium on executions until it could fully review what happened. Drug shortages led states to seek alternatives. At the heart of the controversy is a sedative called midazolam. But now Oklahoma is resuming executions using a variation of the same drug formula, much to the dismay of death penalty lawyers who say the state still risks violating the Constitution by inflicting cruel and unusual punishment on inmates. Attorneys for the four Oklahoma inmates facing execution appealed to the U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday for stays until the new protocol can be evaluated. The state, however, says it has addressed the concerns that surfaced after Lockett and has new equipment and protocol in place. It plans to put to death Charles Warner, convicted for the first-degree rape and murder of his then-girlfriend's 11-month-old daughter, at 6:30 p.m. Thursday in a renovated death chamber. Glossip is scheduled to die next, on January 29. New protocol but same drug Oklahoma spent $71,000 renovating the chamber and the adjacent witness rooms so that executioners have more space. The state also spent $34,000 on new equipment, including a $12,500 gurney that replaced one from the 1950s and an ultrasound machine to help detect veins.