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Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin (left) issues a statement to the media on the Execution of Clayton Lockett as Oklahoma Secretary of Safety and Security Michael C. Thompson listens from the Oklahoma State Capitol in Oklahoma City on Wednesday. Lockett apparently died of a massive heart attack during his botched execution. (AP Photo/Alonzo Adams)
Nathaniel Batchelder, with the Oklahoma Coalition Against the Death Penalty, places a sign protesting the death penalty on Gov. Mary Fallin's office at the state Capitol in Oklahoma City, Tuesday. Two Oklahoma death row inmates whose executions were delayed while they challenged the secrecy behind the state's lethal injection protocol are scheduled to die Tuesday in the state's first double execution in nearly 80 years. (AP Photo/The Oklahoman, Steve Gooch)
This June 29, 2011photo provided by the Oklahoma Department of Corrections shows Clayton Lockett. Oklahoma prison officials halted the execution of Lockett Tuesday after the delivery of a new three-drug combination failed to go as planned. (AP Photo/Oklahoma Department of Corrections)
As Akron Mayor Dan Horrigan made his way through the vacant Rolling Acres Mall for the first time on Wednesday afternoon he said, “This reminds me of fictional movies where there’s nothing around but … us.”