1 October 2011

11:08 pm, September 21, 2011... By Adam

Ed Pilkington writes in The Guardian about the execution of Troy Davis.

Davis was accused of murdering a white police officer, but was he really guilty? This article gives ten arguments that Davis should not have been executed...

He was accused based on highly controversial testimony. This terrible story shows us that the death penalty is incompatibility in a country which recognizes human rights.

Here in France we must continue to refuse capital punishment and seek to have it repealed in the countries still practising it.

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