Prisoner said 'something's wrong' during execution

Oklahoma inmate Clayton Lockett apparently called out during his execution, saying "something's wrong", an Associated Press reporter on the scene has said.

Lockett later died of a heart attack, but the execution of fellow inmate Charles Warner has been postponed for 14 days.


Prison director called the execution because Lockett was still moving. At 6:37 Lockett, still moving, said "somthing's wrong."


He was conscious and blinking, licking his lips even after the process began. He then began to seize.


Execution postponed after botched lethal injection

The second of a rare double execution in the US has been postponed for 14 days after the first execution was halted when the inmate appeared to regain consciousness. Clayton Lockett later died of a heart attack.