Rejecting pleas by Mr. Davis’s lawyers that shaky witness testimony and a lack of physical evidence presented enough doubt about his guilt to spare him death, the Georgia State Board of Pardons and Paroles ruled on Tuesday morning that Mr. Davis, 42, should die for killing Mark MacPhail, an off-duty police officer, in a Savannah parking lot in 1989.
This is so terrible. I will never have a good thing to say about the State of Georgia. Not only do they convict people of crimes without physical evidence, but when the witness testimony goes bad, they’ll kill you anyway. I can’t believe this happens in America. It’s nothing short of horrific.