Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt filed an executive order late Thursday morning, calling off the planned execution of death row inmate Julius Jones.
Stitt filed the executive order at 11:47 a.m., just hours before Jones was scheduled to undergo a controversial three-drug lethal injection for killing a suburban Oklahoma City businessman in 1999.
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