Andrew Grant DeYoung

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Andrew Grant DeYoung

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Andrew Grant DeYoung (May 12, 1974 –July 21, 2011) was an American who was convicted of and executed for the 1993 murder of his parents and sister in the state of Georgia. The state conducted the execution in H-5 of the Georgia Diagnostic and Classification State Prison (GDCP) in Jackson, Georgia. DeYoung was 19 when he committed the murders and 37 when he died. He was notable for having his execution videotaped. His lawyers had gained judicial permission for this to gain evidence as to whether lethal injection caused unnecessary suffering.

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