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In this Tuesday, April 29, 2014 photo, Oklahoma Department of Corrections spokesman Jerry Massie waits for a phone call telling him that Clayton Lockett died on the execution table, in Tulsa, Okla. Lockett died 43 minutes after his execution began Tuesday night as Oklahoma used a new drug combination for the first time in the state. Autopsy results are pending but state prison officials say Lockett apparently suffered a massive heart attack. (AP Photo/Tulsa World, John Clanton) KOTV OUT; KJRH OUT; KTUL OUT; KOKI OUT; KQCW OUT; KDOR OUT; TULSA OUT; TULSA ONLINE OUT

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In this Tuesday, April 29, 2014 photo, Robert Patton talks with members of the media about the attempted execution of Clayton Lockett, in Tulsa, Okla. Lockett died 43 minutes after his execution began Tuesday night as Oklahoma used a new drug combination for the first time in the state. Autopsy results are pending but state prison officials say Lockett apparently suffered a massive heart attack. (AP Photo/Tulsa World, John Clanton) KOTV OUT; KJRH OUT; KTUL OUT; KOKI OUT; KQCW OUT; KDOR OUT; TULSA OUT; TULSA ONLINE OUT

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In this Tuesday, April 29, 2014 photo, Robert Patton talks with members of the media about the execution of Clayton Lockett, in Tulsa, Okla. Lockett died 43 minutes after his execution began Tuesday night as Oklahoma used a new drug combination for the first time in the state. Autopsy results are pending but state prison officials say Lockett apparently suffered a massive heart attack. (AP Photo/Tulsa World, John Clanton) KOTV OUT; KJRH OUT; KTUL OUT; KOKI OUT; KQCW OUT; KDOR OUT; TULSA OUT; TULSA ONLINE OUT

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FILE - In this March 30, 2013 file photo more than 100 patients of Dr. W. Scott Harrington line up outside the Tulsa Health Department North Regional Health and Wellness Center to be screened for hepatitis and the virus that causes AIDS, in Tulsa, Okla. A Tulsa-area patient whose hepatitis C diagnosis led Oklahoma to close two dental clinics, has sued Dr. W. Scott Harrington, claiming the dentist deliberately used rusty instruments and re-used contaminated drug vials leading to the infection. Health officials shut down Harrington’s practices last year, and the investigation into the clinics continues. (AP Photo/Tulsa World, James Gibbard, File) ONLINE OUT; TV OUT; TULSA OUT

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In this Nov. 2, 2001 photo provided by the Dallas County Sheriff's Department is Dr. Wayne Scott Harrington, a Tulsa, Oklahoma dentist. A Tulsa-area man whose hepatitis C diagnosis led Oklahoma to closing Harrington’s practices last year, has sued Harrington claiming the dentist deliberately used rusty instruments and re-used contaminated drug vials that led to his infection. (AP Photo/Dallas County Sheriff Department)

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