This undated photo released by the Ohio Department of Corrections, Wednesday, March 9, 2011, shows Johnnie Baston. The state will insert intravenous needles into condemned inmates' arms in a more public way so that prisoners will have better access to attorneys in case something goes wrong. The change begins Thursday, March 10, 2011, with the scheduled execution of Baston, 37, sentenced to die for killing Chong-Hoon Mah, a South Korean immigrant who operated retail stores in Toledo. (AP Photo/Ohio Department of Corrections)

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This undated photo released by the Ohio Department of Corrections, Wednesday, March 9, 2011, shows Johnnie Baston. The state will insert intravenous needles into condemned inmates' arms in a more public way so that prisoners will have better access to attorneys in case something goes wrong. The change begins Thursday, March 10, 2011, with the scheduled execution of Baston, 37, sentenced to die for killing Chong-Hoon Mah, a South Korean immigrant who operated retail stores in Toledo. (AP Photo/Ohio Department of Corrections)
This undated photo released by the Ohio Department of Corrections, Wednesday, March 9, 2011, shows Johnnie Baston. The state will insert intravenous needles into condemned inmates' arms in a more public way so that prisoners will have better access to attorneys in case something goes wrong. The change begins Thursday, March 10, 2011, with the scheduled execution of Baston, 37, sentenced to die for killing Chong-Hoon Mah, a South Korean immigrant who operated retail stores in Toledo.
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