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VIDEO TIMELINE: Democracy Now! Reports on the Case of Troy Davis

Web ExclusiveSeptember 20, 2013
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Use this interactive timeline to watch our reports on the case of Troy Anthony Davis, including interviews with his longtime advocate and older sister, Martina Correia, and our 6-hour broadcast when Georgia executed Davis on Sept. 21, 2011, despite major questions about his guilt in the 1989 of killing of off-duty police officer, Mark MacPhail. Davis maintained his innocence until his last breath.




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