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Watchdog | 09.21.2011
Now...go to Democracy Now site to watch live on the scene coverage of the Troy Davis situation.
Now...10:00 Wed Night, Google up "democracy now" and watch live coverage of Troy Davis situation near the prison in Georgia. Amazing.
Troy Davis is still not executed. Who knows why and what's going on at the Supreme Court.
And, spread the word to allies to tune in.
Angola 3 News | 05.06.2011
Laura Moye is director of the Amnesty International USA Death Penalty Abolition Campaign. Moye talks about Troy Davis, an African American on death row for over 19 years. Following a recent US Supreme Court ruling, his execution date is expected to be scheduled any day now. We must act to stop it!
Laura Moye is director of the Amnesty International USA Death Penalty Abolition Campaign. In this interview, Moye talks about 42-year-old Troy Davis, an African American who has been on death row in Georgia for over 19 years—having already faced three execution dates. The continued railroading of Davis has sparked outrage around the world, and public pressure during the last few years of Davis’ appeals has been essential to his survival today.
Amnesty International | 08.05.2009
When the U.S. Supreme Court returns from summer recess on September 29th, they will finally decide on the fate of Troy Davis. Help raise awareness about Troy Davis' case by organizing a teach-in the week of September 21-27.
The last official news on Troy Davis
was that the U.S. Supreme Court would wait until after summer recess
to review Troy's habeas petition. That date is fast approaching
and it's time once again to mobilize for Troy Davis!
Amnesty International | 06.30.2009
Yesterday the U.S. Supreme Court delayed a decision on whether to grant Troy Davis an appeal until after it returns from recess in September.
Yesterday the U.S. Supreme Court delayed a decision on whether to grant Troy Davis an appeal until after it returns from recess in September. The court's decision (or non-decision) should be taken as a good sign. It gives us hope that at least some Supreme Court Justices may finally be waking up to the strong claims of innocence in this case and want to take more time to weigh the facts.
Amnesty International | 04.29.2009
While news channels across the country are consumed with counting up to President Obama's first 100 days in office, Troy Davis has been counting down his last 30 days before a new execution date could be set. Help make these extra days count.
On May 19th help save Troy Davis by putting together any activity, event or creative action that calls attention to his case.
The 30-day stay issued by the 11th
Circuit Court of Appeals expires on May 15th.
So now is the time for us to organize to save the life of Troy Anthony Davis. We're asking everybody to come out strong on May 19th – a day marked in human rights calendars across the world as the Global Day of Action for Troy Davis.
Troy Davis is spared for at least almost another month. Several very short stays in his execution date invigorated especially his local supporters.
All of Georgia keenly aware of the difference between old Georgia and new Georgia.
Oct 27 is too close to Nov 4, and third party activists seem too busy as well, and lack of excitement in the wind seems to cool off others. Any actions on Monday besides at the University of Penn,
Meanwhile, when politician opens their mouth, listeners end up with a vaguer idea of what is really going on including Nader, (can’t he say a few words about Troy Davis) but no
The anti-capital punishment lobby warns. Some suggest that Davis is being lynched just because he is black which is particularly uncalled for. As usually the truth is slightly more involved than either side of the debate wants people to know. The Pope, Bob Barr of the Libertarian Party, and Cynthia McKinney of the Green Party plead for his life, Strangely Nader is silent about Davis. And Obama, McCain and Chuck Baldwin who claim they worry about fairness also so,http://capitolhillblue.com/cont/node/11582
The facts that neither side want you to know are: In 1989 Troy Davis then 19 years old and two rowdy kids, Silvester Coles 16, and Joseph Blige 15, demanded a can of beer from a homeless man, things e