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Panel to release detailed report on Oklahoma's death penalty

  • Former Oklahoma Gov. Brad Henry gestures as he answers a question during a news conference in Oklahoma City, Tuesday, April 25, 2017. Henry, one of the co-chairs of the Oklahoma Death Penalty Review Commission, announced the findings of a report that says the state should extend its moratorium on capital punishment. (AP Photo/Sue Ogrocki)

    Former Oklahoma Gov. Brad Henry gestures as he answers a question during a news conference in Oklahoma City, Tuesday, April 25, 2017. Henry, one of the co-chairs of the Oklahoma Death Penalty Review Commission, announced the findings of a report that says the state should extend its moratorium on capital punishment. (AP Photo/Sue Ogrocki)  (The Associated Press)

  • Former Oklahoma Gov. Brad Henry answers a question during a news conference in Oklahoma City, Tuesday, April 25, 2017. Henry, one of the co-chairs of the Oklahoma Death Penalty Review Commission, announced the findings of a report that says the state should extend its moratorium on capital punishment. (AP Photo/Sue Ogrocki)

    Former Oklahoma Gov. Brad Henry answers a question during a news conference in Oklahoma City, Tuesday, April 25, 2017. Henry, one of the co-chairs of the Oklahoma Death Penalty Review Commission, announced the findings of a report that says the state should extend its moratorium on capital punishment. (AP Photo/Sue Ogrocki)  (The Associated Press)

  • Former Oklahoma Gov. Brad Henry gestures as he answers a question during a news conference in Oklahoma City, Tuesday, April 25, 2017. Henry, one of the co-chairs of the Oklahoma Death Penalty Review Commission, announced the findings of a report that says the state should extend its moratorium on capital punishment. (AP Photo/Sue Ogrocki)

    Former Oklahoma Gov. Brad Henry gestures as he answers a question during a news conference in Oklahoma City, Tuesday, April 25, 2017. Henry, one of the co-chairs of the Oklahoma Death Penalty Review Commission, announced the findings of a report that says the state should extend its moratorium on capital punishment. (AP Photo/Sue Ogrocki)  (The Associated Press)

An 11-member commission of prominent Oklahomans that's been conducting a comprehensive review of Oklahoma's use of the death penalty is expected to release its findings.

Members of the Oklahoma Death Penalty Review Commission will discuss their final report Tuesday at the state Capitol.

The commission was formed after Oklahoma's execution process faced increased scrutiny following a series of botched lethal injections. The report's release comes a day after neighboring Arkansas carried out two executions on the same day, part of an original plan to execute eight inmates over an 11-day period.

Executions have been on hold in Oklahoma for more than two years while the Department of Corrections develops new protocols for carrying out death sentences. Fifteen Oklahoma death row inmates have exhausted their appeals and are awaiting execution dates.