Alabama death row inmate Robert Lee Tarver had just eaten what he thought was his last meal Feb. 3 when the Supreme Court granted a stay of his execution.
Tarver is not the only condemned killer recently granted a last-minute reprieve from the high court. Surprising as it may seem coming from a conservative Supreme Court, stays of execution are becoming more common.
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