However the Gov. Jan Brewer concluded that: Wood died in a lawful manner and by eyewitness and medical accounts he did not suffer. This is in stark comparison to the gruesome, vicious suffering that he inflicted on his two victims – and the lifetime of suffering he has caused their family.” The problem is that technically the execution should have taken 10 minutes. “I take comfort knowing today my pain stops, and I said a prayer that on this or any other day you may find peace in all of your hearts and may God forgive you all,” Wood said before his execution. He was convicted of fatally shooting Debbie Dietz, 29, and her father, 55-year-old Gene Dietz, at their auto repair shop in Tucson. After two controversial executions this year in Ohio and Oklahoma, states have been scrambling to find new sources of drugs, practically experimenting.