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This building behind this gate at the Lansing Correctional Facility houses the state's new execution chamber. Death-row inmates will be housed at the El Dorado Correctional Facility until it is time to be moved to Lansing for execution. Jill Jarsulic photo
Condemned prisoners in Kansas will be put to death by lethal injection in this room at the Lansing Correctional Facility. Execution time is set for 11 a.m. The media was allowed to tour the area Thursday morning. Jill Jarsulic photo
Convicted murderer Gary Kleypas, convicted in the 1996 slaying of a Pittsburg State (Kan.) student, is flanked by defense attorneys Ben Wood, left, and Tami Sullinger, during a hearing in Crawford County District Court in Girard, Kan., Friday, Feb. 20, 1998. A judge ruled Friday that a juror in the Gary Kleypas capital murder case improperly read a state statue handbook during deliberations, but he said it did not justify a new trial in the case. Kleypas is scheduled for sentencing March 5, in Girard. (AP Photo/Pittsburg Morning Sun, Richard Rockwell)
Scott Cheever returns to his chair after testifying in the penalty phase of his capital murder case.
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Defendant John Robinson, 2nd from right, and his attorneys listen as Carolyn Trouten testifies during his preliminary hearing Monday, Feb. 5, 2001, at the Johnson County Courthouse in Olathe, Kan. From left are, Ron Evans; Mark Manna; Robinson; and Alice Craig White. (AP Photo/Jeff Roberson/Pool)
11/4/02 Carr Trial -- Jonathan Carr watches as the jury is polled on their verdict in his murder trial. PHOTO BY DAVE WILLIAMS
6/13/02 Carr -- Reginald Carr, right, listens to arguments in a change of venue hearing before Judge Paul Clark Thursday. PHOTO BY DAVE WILLIAMS
Douglas Belt, accused in the decapitation murder of Lucille Gallegos. Handout
Capital murder defendant Justin Thurber is escorted out of the Cowley County Courthouse after Judge Jim Pringle called for recess during the penalty phase Monday, Feb. 16 in Winfield, Kan. Thurber was found guilty of the capital murder of 19-year-old Jodi Sanderholm.(The Arkansas City Traveler/Pool/Alex Gambill)
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