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

Web ExclusiveSeptember 20, 2013

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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