It took the U.S. Supreme Court all of about 12 hours Wednesday to reverse the Ninth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals and allow the gas chamber execution of an Arizona inmate.

With only Justice John Paul Stevens dissenting, the Supreme Court reversed an appellate panel that included Chief Judge Procter Hug Jr. and Judges Harry Pregerson and Thomas Nelson, resulting in the execution of German national Karl LaGrand.

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