The Indiana attorney general is fighting to keep secret the identities of the doctor and prison employees who will execute Norman Timberlake, assuming all the appeals fail. I sincerely doubt if it's for the reason given:
Executions are carried out under substantial stress, the state's motion says, and employees and doctors might not take part if their involvement is known."Individuals opposed to the death penalty . . . pose no less danger to those involved in executions than some abortion foes pose to persons and property involved in abortions."
There have been documented accounts of abortion foes taking it out on abortion providers, but I can't remember a single incident of a death-penalty opponent going on a killing spree. They just don't seem the type, do they? A more likely explanation is that the state's executioners just don't want to be known as that, because they know everyone else will consider it creepy and start avoiding them.