Request that Troy Davis Death Warrant be Withdrawn
  • Petitioned Larry Chisolm

This petition was delivered to:

Chatham County District Attorney
Larry Chisolm

Request that Troy Davis Death Warrant be Withdrawn

    1. Kim Davis
    2. Petition by

      Kim Davis

Dear fellow Change.org members,

Thanks in part to your amazing mobilization and effort, 650,000 signatures were delivered to the Georgia Board of Pardons & Parole, asking them to grant clemency for my brother, Troy Davis, who is slated to be executed by the state of Georgia this Wednesday despite evidence of innocence.

I hope you will help once more, this time with a letter to the District Attorney, who could also intervene in Troy's case.

Chatham County District Attorney Larry Chisolm can petition the judge to withdraw the death warrant against Troy. Please ask him to do so by signing here.

My family thanks you so much for your support!

In solidarity with the cause of justice everywhere,

Kimberly Davis

Recent signatures

    News

    1. Reached 75,000 signatures
    2. Troy Davis' legal team finishes making its case before parole board

      Jonathan Perri
      Deputy Campaign Director

      The GA parole board began its hearing at 9 a.m. and is expected to go into late afternoon. The board has not said whether it will make a decision today as to whether Davis will be granted clemency or if his execution will be carried out on Wednesday.

    3. Reached 5,000 signatures
    4. You're being heard - keep the pressure on!

      Jonathan Perri
      Deputy Campaign Director

      "Celebrities, Nobel laureates and national leaders have joined the NAACP, Amnesty International and the grass-roots group Change.org to urge Georgia authorities to grant clemency to Troy Davis, who is scheduled to die by lethal injection Wednesday."

    5. Reached 500 signatures
    6. Message from Kimberly Davis: One more way to help save Troy Davis' life

      Jonathan Perri
      Deputy Campaign Director

      Below is a letter from Kimberly Davis, the sister of Troy Davis who is set to be executed on September 21, 2011. Last week, Kimberly started a petition at Change.org and more than 200,000 of you signed it to help convince the Georgia Board of Parons...

    Supporters

    Reasons for signing

      • about 3 years ago

      Troy Anthony Davis might have been proven innocent without a doubt IF the system presented in the petition seen at

      http://sendthisletter.2ya.com were in place.

      Many will cry "We don't want this technology because it would invade our privacy". But is that a valid argument. Is giving up a bit of privacy worth having fellow Americans put to death ( murdered ) on shaky evidence, when there are systems we could use to prove them innocent or guilty without a doubt?

      The same technology which could be used to show someones guilt or innocence could also be used to Find Missing children, women and men and drastically reduce all other crimes.

      YOU can help by sharing this info with EVERYONE you communiacte with in any way. Lets not have left Troy Davis die in vain

      Is that enough reason for you to educate yourself by reading the petition presented at http://sendthisletter.2ya.com and then informing yourself as to how the system could work at

      http://mm.1sta.com

      If NOT then I will pray for you

      AND BOYCOTT Georgia and any products they export.

      Bill Tomsick

      Founder Find the Missing on Face Book

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    • Laser Haas LOS ANGELES, CA
      • about 3 years ago

      Our hearts are with you Kim and I, for one, vow to help continue the fight to honor Troy's final request and seek the Truth in his case.

      http://www.change.org/petitions/to-serve-the-memory-of-troy-davis-with-an-eternal-search-for-the-truth

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      • about 3 years ago

      Troy Anthony Davis might have been proven innocent with a doubt IF the system presented in the petition seen at http://sendthisletter.2ya.com were in place. Please read sign and SHARE in any way you can think of

      Many will cry "We don't want this technology because it would invade our privacy". But is that a valid argument. Is giving up a bit of privacy worth having fellow Americams put to death on shaky evidence, when there are systems we could use to prove them innocent ? 99% of Law Abiding Citizens should want this in place

      The same technology which could be used to show somweones guilt or innocence could also be used to Find Missing children, women and men and drastically reduce all other crimes.

      Is that enough reason for you to educate yourself by reading the petition presented at http://sendthisletter.2ya.com and then informing yourself as to how the system could work at http://mm.1sta.com

      REPORT THIS COMMENT:
    • LaDarious Golson BIRMINGHAM, AL
      • about 3 years ago

      the system needs to get better

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    • sharlene gray BRONX, NY
      • about 3 years ago

      i believe in justice and what is right is right

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