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Gregory Scott Johnson (February 18, 1965 - May 25, 2005 at the
Indiana State Prison in Michigan City, Indiana) was legally
executed for beating and stomping 82-year-old Ruby Hutslar to death
in 1985. He set her house on fire in an attempt to conceal his
crime. Johnson sought a reprieve, asserting that he wanted to
donate a portion of his liver to his ailing sister, Deborah Otis,
who was suffering from non-alcoholic cirrhosis of the liver and was
in need of a transplant. His reprieve was denied because most
doctors believe that it is unethical to harvest organs after death
by lethal injection, and because Johnson himself was not a suitable
donor. Another possibility - though not in Indiana, where all organ
recipients (except kidney recipients) are chosen by law according
to their places on a waiting list, on which list Johnson's sister
does not appear - would have been a living partial organ donation
prior to execution.
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