Okla. Execution Delayed for 180 Days

A botched execution has given an Oklahoma death row inmate an extra 180 days to live. Convicted murderer Charles Warner is now scheduled to be executed on November 13 after a 180-day stay was issued by the state's Court of Criminal Appeals in order for an investigation to be completed into the execution of Clayton Lockett, who died of a heart attack last week. Warner was initially supposed to be executed by lethal injection on April 29, the same day as Lockett, but his execution was delayed following the mishap with Lockett.