Tick, Tock, Tick, Tock

The waiting continues.

Condemned murderer Troy Anthony Davis was returned to his death-row cell Monday after the U.S. Supreme Court told lawyers not to expect anything before Wednesday.

Davis, 39, remains under a death sentence for the slaying of off-duty Savannah police officer Mark Allen MacPhail on Aug. 19, 1989.


  1. The Comma Guy says:

    Walter Jones wrote a news column on the case that was printed in my local paper today. Can’t find it on line, but it seems to explain things in a neutral manner.

  2. rugby fan says:

    So the legal system gets every case right every time?

    When it seems less and less like Davis was the actual killer, it still is appropriate to go ahead and kill the man?

    That the most egregious assault on justice possible (executing an innocent man) could happen doesn’t reflect absolutely horribly on our legal system?

    How is this not found repulsive and abhorrent?

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