Troy Davis Execution will Give Me Peace, Says Mother of Slain Cop

Sep 18, 2011 Full story: International Business Times 30

Georgia Department of Corrections handout photo of death row inmate Troy Davis who was scheduled to be put to death by lethal injection on September 23, 2008.

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#21 Oct 6, 2011
I GUESS THAT THOSE 4.5 MILLION(see post #4) PEOPLE IN NORWAY SHOULD QUALIFY IT AS A NATION OF HYPOCRITES. yOU JUST DON'T WANT INDIVIDUALS WHO ARE CONVICTED OF MURDER TO DIE, BUT IT IS OKAY FOR PEOPLE TO DIE WITH WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION. HOW ABOUT ADVOCATING ABOLITION OF WEAPONS MANUFACTURING IN NORWAY. See how much support you will get there.

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#22 Oct 7, 2011
SNJ wrote:
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There has been a certain element of socialism (ex politicians) in the Nobel Peace Prize Committee throughout the years. That - no doubt - has had an influence on some of the awards. Not unlikely in the case of Obama. But still you will have to look at that in the light of the fact that Obama represented a climb down of Bush and his absolutely dangerous and destructive policies - by any standard.
I accepted at last the award to Obama, sharing the hopes that were inextricably intertwined to his presidency. I still think that it was not that wrong - but understand very well the fact that very many were shaking their heads in disbelief, perhaps including Obama himself.
There is another Nobel Peace Prize to be awarded now in the near future. Nothing disclosed yet but curiosity is building up. I guess we may see an award this year that
supports completely different people and nationality - and being less congtoversial???
Life goes on - with all it's misery - and joy. Take care!
Well the Nobel Committee actually go this one right. They actually selected someone who had done something!

To the 3 ladies a big congrads! Well deserved!

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#23 Oct 7, 2011
A bunch of poor black witnesses changed their story to get a racist cop killer off death row.
Nautilus1

United States

#24 Oct 9, 2011
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We trust ourselves and our oil. Difficult times ahead economically, but your problems are much more alarming than our
problems. You are divided in two - both halfs trying to destruct each other. I firmly believe that you are full speed ahead in the USA to destruct yourselves as the worlds biggest and most dynamic economy in this world ever.
The rough '20ies of the past century will be repeated before the majority of you Americans today are retired.
Cut mortgages and start saving ! Now!
And abolish capital punishment - it is not worthy of a sofisticated nation anno 2011.

You must also like Norway's insanely liberal immigration policy. It is only a matter of time until these new citizens multiply and look to take over your country and your oil.
It is simple to see why so many Nords are attempting to emigrate to the USA.
czzz

Monee, IL

#25 Oct 9, 2011
He deserved to die just like anybody else who takes another's life. Automatically you look to his race to derive some sort of racial cogitation, yes he was black and yes he did kill somebody. No prejudices are consistent in this case, maybe instead of the ignorant percent of minorities that bitch and moan about every minority who is in trouble and focused on bigger issues this argument would have never happened. People are people and because of an increased melanin in his body you can sit there and say he's innocent? How about the officer he killed and the family that troy davis took from them. I bet they really care if he was black. You're missing the point of the whole death penalty, capital punishment is just and logical and serves a purpose. White people die all the time from the death penalty but how many protest do you see? None, this is a load of horse shit he is dead now and rightfully so.
SNJ

Arendal, Norway

#26 Oct 14, 2011
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You must also like Norway's insanely liberal immigration policy. It is only a matter of time until these new citizens multiply and look to take over your country and your oil.
It is simple to see why so many Nords are attempting to emigrate to the USA.
That number has diminished to close to nil - decades ago, liar!
SNJ

Arendal, Norway

#27 Oct 14, 2011
stopracismagainst wrote:
A bunch of poor black witnesses changed their story to get a racist cop killer off death row.
USA in a nutshell..........
Ben

Lawrenceville, GA

#28 Oct 23, 2011
Stop commenting on the USA when you are from Norway. Oh BTW you are welcome for the Allied liberation. How many WWII Monuments exist over there anyways?
Ben

Lawrenceville, GA

#29 Oct 23, 2011
Why does it say I am from Waterbury? lol I am in Lawrenceville.

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#30 Jan 19, 2012
He was guilty as hell. He beat a homeless guy and hated white people.

There is semantics that a 1 in a billion chance that the other guy pulled the trigger.

He took a violent friend with him to attack a man knowing there could be a murder.

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