Man sues Oklahoma for records as state resumes executions
October 13, 2021
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — A retired New York attorney is suing the Oklahoma Department of Corrections, saying its claim to have no records pertaining to the drugs it plans to use in upcoming executions "defies belief."
Fred Hodara, who filed the lawsuit on Tuesday in Oklahoma County District Court, is asking the court to compel the corrections department to comply with his open records requests for documentation of its execution plans. He says in his lawsuit that in response to his requests for the records, including some the department is legally required to keep, the department told him none...