This is as shocking as it is confounding.
Back in September 2009, Romell Broom got the ultimate last-minute stay of execution when he survived his lethal injection!
After two excruciating hours of a team attempting to inject poison into the veins of the convicted murderer, Ohio Governor Ted Strickland stopped the execution.
But since the state did technically attempt to execute him for his crime — even though he survived the horrible ordeal — Broom's attorneys argued that trying again would violate double jeopardy laws.
Well on Wednesday the Ohio Supreme Court settled the argument once and for all, ruling