- John Middleton, 54, was convicted of killing three rival meth dealers in 1995
- His execution was scheduled for 12:01am but got pushed back 19 hours after a federal judge granted a temporary stay on the grounds Middleton may be mentally ill
- An appeals court overturned that stay and the execution proceeded Wednesday evening
- He was pronounced dead at 7:06pm after receiving a pentobarbital injection
A former methamphetamine dealer was executed Wednesday for killing three people in 1995, 19 hours after a federal judge granted a temporary stay.
John Middleton, 54, was pronounced dead at 7:06pm after receiving an injection of pentobarbital, becoming the sixth man to be executed in Missouri this year.
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