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JACKSON, Ga. (AP) -- In a story Sept. 30, The Associated Press reported that a Georgia woman who was about to be put to death thanked her lawyer. Based on an audio recording provided by the Corrections Department of her last words, the story should have specified that she also thanked a pastor.

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