In the US, the Federal government spent a third week criminal penalty. It is reported by the Des Moines Register.
Conducted by the authorities were the first executions at the Federal level after 17 years.
To death by hanging were sentenced 52-year-old Dustin Honken. He was accused of creating the drug network in the territory of Iowa, and the murder of five people, two of whom are minors.
Previously, the U.S. Supreme court overturned the lower court decision on the temporary moratorium on executions. Currently in Federal prisons in the US are about 60 people sentenced to death for serious crimes.
Last Federal inmate executed in the country in 2003.