South Carolina is bringing back the electric chair as a death penalty | 7NEWS

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One US state is bringing back the electric chair to execute prisoners on death row.

Next, it’ll be firing squads. Officials are resorting to the outdated methods because manufacturers refused to keep selling them the drug used for lethal injections.

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