Judge Mathis Weighs in on the execution of Troy Davis - YouTube
Despite the millions of protestors and more than a reasonable amount of doubt in his case, the state of Georgia proceeded with his execution on September 21, 2011 at 11:00pm.
The very next day Georgia Board of Pardons and Paroles made its decision less than three hours before Samuel David Crowe, 47, was to be executed, according to a spokeswoman for the state's prisons.
Samuel Crowe killed store manager Joseph Pala during a robbery at the lumber company in Douglas County, west of Atlanta. Crowe, who had previously worked at the store, shot Pala three times with a pistol, beat him with a crowbar and a pot of paint. Crowe pleaded guilty to armed robbery and murder.
Troy's murder was a lynching. The state held him by force, not law. They exceeded there jurisdiction when the ignored the call of millions of people to grant Mr. Davis clemency, at the very least. Am I lying?
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