Georgia Officer’s Family Angered by Execution Delay
September 25, 2008
Arm-in-arm with the Rev. Al Sharpton, Troy Davis’ exultant family and a busload of supporters sang, wept and prayed Tuesday when they learned he was granted a temporary reprieve from the U.S. Supreme Court just hours before he was to be executed.
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ROB ROY @ 9/25/2008 8:28 PM
This has got to be a joke. 19 year's on death row and the supreme court gives a stay to look at the case? WTF and that scum bag, bigot, pos sharpston is sticking his nose in it. Has that sob got a job or ever had a job beside's begging for money so he can sit on his fat butt and stir up everything.
tshrews5150 @ 9/26/2008 5:58 AM
Actually, Mr. Sharpton was one of James Brown's managers back in '71. He is mostly known nowadays for being a professional rabble-rouser and race-baiter. Pretty good at it, too.
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