Troy Davis will be executed tonight by the state of Georgia, despite severe doubts about his guilt.
There is still a chance to save him, if we can get his Parole board to see sense.
Please copy the following letter into an email, add your details, and send it to - Clemency_Information@pap.
and - Webmaster@pap.state.ga.us
Pardons and Paroles webmaster
2 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive
SE Suite 458
Dear Clemency Board members,
I call on the Georgia State Board of Pardons and Paroles to take all steps necessary to ensure that Troy Anthony Davis is not executed.
You have voted to deny him clemency despite the fact that significant doubts continue to plague his conviction. You must reconsider and
reverse this decision immediately.
Seven of the nine witnesses have changed their story and no physical evidence links Davis to the crime. No one should be executed, especially when there are so many doubts about guilt.
This case has generated widespread attention because so many people in Georgia and throughout the world are disturbed by the thought of a man being executed when so much doubt about his guilt remains unresolved.
Nothing can undermine public faith in a criminal justice system faster than an execution when there are still serious doubts about guilt.
Georgia cannot afford to make such a mistake, and I urge you to do everything in your power to prevent this injustice from taking place.
[YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS]