Excerpted from aldaily.com
For some years now, the principal challenge to the practice has been the argument that this or that particular method of execution is cruel and unusual. So states are kept in perpetual quest of the impossible, as death-penalty opponents and skeptics push to restrict ever more tightly the range of methods that can be plausibly passed off as humane. This pressure has in turn compelled representatives of American prisons to virtually reproduce the very behavior of the criminalized drug users they are in the habit of imprisoning: lurking around with bags of untraceable cash, looking to buy lethal compounds from shady operators in Britain, India, and elsewhere. And now we see what seems, in a plot sense, much like a showdown: the Drug Enforcement Administration has begun raiding prisons to crack down on their importation of illegal drugs, intended for the execution of death-row inmates.
Does this article says, since many people oppose cruel execution of death penalty, in order to make execution efficient, faculties of prisons(representatives of American prisons) secretly allow prisoner (who had been sentenced to death) to buy drugs, and then catch them doing this, so they can make them more guilty, hence put them to death quicker?