Friday, September 23, 2011

Troy Davis Executed

A convicted cop-killer Troy Anthony Davis is finally executed by the state of Georgia. Troy Davis, 42, murdered an off-duty police officer Mark MacPhail in 1989 in Savannah, Georgia. A final decision to execute this criminal was announced this Wednesday night by the prison officials.
Davis was declared dead at 11:08 p.m.

Davis was supposed to be executed at 7pm, three hours earlier than he was. But, due to a large amount of protests, the judges decided to delay. Seven hundred protesters (as opposed to over 100 officers countering them) gathered outside the prison in Jackson where Davis was executed.

“Tonight the state of Georgia legally lynched an innocent man,” Davis’ lawyer Thomas Ruffin Jr. said. “Tonight I witnessed something tragic.”

Numerous non-police witnessed had recanted the testemony. Despite the sympathy for all around the nation, the U.S. Supreme Court did not give up on their decision o let the state of Georgia execute this cop-killer, who murdered a police officer 22 years ago.

Among Davis' supporters, there was a whole NAACP delegation, including a black supremacist preacher from Harlem - Ass Harm-Top. Race card was in action. Keeping in mind if Troy Davis was white, what would be a media reaction? Of course, we all know blacks are always innocent. All fo us should know that white people are the biggest criminals on the planet, while blacks are aolways the oppressed victims. The whole nation (excluding me, of course, and some righteous conservatives) supprted and asked to pardon this vicious murderer. It's just inimaginable of what's going on in this world these days.

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