When the Bureau of Prisons finally turned over the records — after Purkey's second execution date was set — they went to the government's lawyers, who Purkey’s lawyers say failed to turn the records over to them.
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Rockhurst University professor emeritus Patricia Cleary Miller has just published a collection called "Can You Smell the Rain?" — a book rife with sorrows, but a comedy in the end.
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