First, sodium thiopental flowed through the tube causing unconsciousness.
Sharp tried to fight it, but sleep came over him rapidly, and after his eyelids twitched for a moment, he closed his eyes.
Pancuronium, which causes paralysis of the respiratory muscles, was then fed through the IV.
Finally, potassium chloride was added to stop the heart and cause death.
Moments later the prison doctor pronounced him dead. That simple.
Frank Sharp was gone. It was over.
And then it started.