As far as I know, Troy Davis’s case is one of the longest and most controversial cases in America. Till the day he was executed there still was not enough evidence for police to convict his crime. But the fact was, even the highest court in America wanted him die. In a wave of global protest, even with the objection from former president Carter, he was reported to be executed by lethal injection on Sept.21, 2011.
Questions still exist.
Across the globe, voices are calling for justice.
His innocence could not be seen to the jury and to the judge. They finally did convict him to death.
Deep inside my heart, I feel sorry for his death. The case remained unsettled for 20 years but still it ended up in a controversial result.
The case shook and shocked the world. People’s prayers and oppositions still could not save him.
How could they (let alone it’s the most powerful court across United States) denied a person’s life with so many doubts and under so little evidence? Without doubt, racism was again involved.
It’s just not right. In the case of minority race, justice is ignored once again.
One thing that can be sure of is, this famous case would be the most infamous court cases in America’s history.