HomeEntertainmentSOURCES: THE PRISON NOW HAS THE DRUGS IT NEEDS TO KILL SCOTT DOZIER Entertainment SOURCES: THE PRISON NOW HAS THE DRUGS IT NEEDS TO KILL SCOTT DOZIER May 14, 2018 According to 360 News sources, Ely Prison now has the drugs required by law to carry out the execution of 2 time killer Scott Dozier. The expected execution date is July 1, 2018. The recent ruling by the Nevada State Supreme Court cleared the way to proceed with Dozier’s execution. And according to Prison officials, if Dozier’s execution goes as planned then they’re going to be executing several prisoners soon after whose appeals ran out long ago. Two time killer, Scott Dozier has been requesting to die for the past 2 years waiving all his appeals. No one convict has been executed in over a decade in Nevada. Nevada’s last prisoner executed was Daryl Mack, by lethal injection, on April 26, 2006. Mack was executed for the rape and murder of Betty Jane May, in 1988. Dozier is a brutal murderer convicted in 2005 of killing two people and chopping up their bodies. Miller’s body was found in April 2002, killed by Dozier. Miller’s body was cut into pieces and stuff into a suitcase. His head, arms, and legs were never found. Dozier was also convicted in 2005 of second-degree murder for killing a 27 year old man, then stuffing his body into a trash bag and dumping it in the desert. Even though Dozier was convicted and sentenced to death by a jury, and even though he has dropped all his appeals, the ACLU still stepped into fight Dozier’s efforts to be executed claiming the State lacks a proven and legally approved lethal legal drug cocktail. But according to law enforcement sources, the State of Nevada may turn to Texas and use their proven drug cocktail and maybe acquire lethal drugs from private small drug compound pharmacies. Under Nevada law, the state must disclose the exact drug cocktail they intend to use at least one week prior to Dozier’s execution. The issue the Nevada Department of Corrections must address, according to public reports: What drugs and how many will be used? When and how did the state obtain the drugs? Will a qualified medical professional be present at the execution? Only in liberal modern America does the court allow an outside third party like the ACLU to stop the execution of brutal killer who has waived all his appeals and wishes to die. There are currently 83 prisoners on death row in Nevada. Edward Wilson has been sitting on death row the longest, since 1980. The state just last year finished building a new death penalty chamber at a cost of $860,000.