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Middleton Awaits Court Decision

BONNE TERRE, Mo. (AP) — A last-minute stay from a federal judge has put a Missouri inmate’s execution temporarily on hold.
John Middleton was scheduled to die one minute after midnight Wednesday for killing three people in rural northern Missouri in 1995. With less than two hours to go before the execution, U.S. District Judge Catherine Perry granted a stay, ruling there was enough evidence of mental illness that a

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