The Death Penalty: Unfixable, Unjustly Applied, and Regularly Used as a Tool to Convict the Innocent

Today marks a tragic anniversary—10 years ago Georgia ended Troy Davis’ life with a lethal injection. Davis was convicted of killing a police officer in Savannah in 1989, a crime he always maintained, and the evidence indicates, he did not commit.

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