--Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Listen up. The Daddy wants to ask you two questions:
1. Should a person be executed for murder when so little evidence exists that he committed the crime? Let's see:
--No murder weapon;
--No physical evidence;
--7 of the 9 witnesses recanted their testimony; and
--1 of the witnesses who did not recant pointed to by some of the witnesses as the person who did the killing.
" Davis’s case has come to exemplify the racist and arbitrary character of the death penalty in the United States. Police and prosecutorial misconduct in the pursuit of convictions of Black defendants accused of killing white victims, much less policemen, has been thoroughly documented. Georgia, like many other Southern states, has a long and bloody history of extra-legal lynching and racially biased verdicts, stretching from the period of slavery through Jim Crow segregation to today."
Do you care?
If not, why don't you?