22 September 2011

Troy Davis Murdered by the US

As far as I understand Troy Davis' murder case of 1989, there is hardly any evidence against him and he maintained his innocence for the last many years. We are not sure if he really killed police officer MacPhail but we are very sure that Troy Davis is murdered by the US, despite millions of petition. We have witness and evidences to prove that the most civilized country in the world has murdered Troy Davis in Georgia.
Troy Davis
Who will punish the ancient judge? Who will punish the men behind the barbaric law? Who will punish the man who injected poison into Troy Davis? It's a very organized crime and they call it justification of death. Who says the US is a civilized country?


  1. Sadly, the racism in US still prevails because of Multicultural existence. If only, if only, all the people were colored with unitary religions and politic views, such crimes and abuse wouldn't have arose. WORLD IS NOT PERFECT!

  2. I happened to read this news piece on NDTV:

    "Mr. Davis remained defiant at the end, according to reporters who witnessed his death. He looked directly at the members of the family of Mark MacPhail, the officer he was convicted of killing, and told them that they had the wrong man.
    "I did not personally kill your son, father, brother," he said. "All I can ask is that you look deeper into this case so that you really can finally see the truth."
    He then told his supporters and family to "keep faith" and said to prison personnel, "May God have mercy on your souls, may God bless your souls."
    More here: http://www.ndtv.com/article/world/troy-davis-executed-in-georgia-after-last-minute-plea-fails-135480

    We lost an innocent man, today.
    May his soul rest his peace.

  3. I just love how we get upset at other nation's violations of human rights. But it's ok for us to kill you if you've had a "fair" trail. Or if your country is rumored to have weapons of mass destruction....or, or, or...
    May all beings be free of suffering, Troy, his murderers and those killed in the name of justice.

  4. Thanks Yeesi, Sweta and Brian for the comments.
    This whole thing reminded me of Tom Hanks' Green Mile.
    Twenty years and parents of the police officer were still angry and in want of revenge...they don't know that their son wouldn't want it at all, they don't know that they have wasted twenty years... Twenty years was long enough to forgive and start living...


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