• Petitioned James E. Donald, Robert E. Keller, Albert Murray, L. Gale Buckner, Terry Barnard

This petition was delivered to:

State of Georgia Board of Pardons and Paroles
James E. Donald, Robert E. Keller, Albert Murray, L. Gale Buckner, Terry Barnard
Chatham County District Attorney
Larry Chisholm

Stop my brother Troy Davis' Execution on Sep. 21.

    1. Kim Davis
    2. Petition by

      Kim Davis

My brother, Troy Davis, has been on Georgia's death row for 20 years despite strong evidence of his innocence. His execution date is now scheduled for Wed, Sept 21. He has a hearing in front of the GA Board of Pardons & Parole tomorrow.We need to tell the Board and the District Attorney strongly and clearly: There's too much doubt to execute Troy Davis!

The case against my brother Troy consisted entirely of witness testimony which contained inconsistencies even at the time of the trial. Since then, seven out of nine witnesses from the trial have recanted or contradicted their testimony.

Many of these witnesses have stated in sworn affidavits that they were pressured or coerced by police into testifying or signing statements against Troy Davis. Here is what one had to say:

“I got tired of them harassing me, and they made it clear that the only way they would leave me alone is if I told them what they wanted to hear. I told them that Troy told me he did it, but it wasn’t true."

We need to tell the DA and Board strongly and clearly: There's too much doubt to execute Troy Davis!

Recent signatures


    1. Troy Davis Denied Clemency, Execution Will Take Place Tomorrow

      Jonathan Perri
      Deputy Campaign Director

      Call the Chatham County's District Attorney's office at 912-652-7308 and ask that District Attorney Chisolm intervene!

    2. Georgia State Board of Pardons and Paroles Now Deliberating

      Jonathan Perri
      Deputy Campaign Director

      Prosecutors have finished their testimony before the Georgia State Board of Pardons and Paroles and the panel has now begun deliberating, says Laura Moye, death penalty abolition campaign director at Amnesty International USA.

    3. 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.

    4. The Tory David parolle hearing is taking place this morning (19 Sept)

      Weldon Kennedy
      Managing Director, Europe

      We should know in the next few hours the fate of this case.

    5. 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."

    6. Stand with Troy this Weekend!

      Jonathan Perri
      Deputy Campaign Director

      Make this image your FB profile picture: http://www.amnesty.org.uk/image_library/22/25/32129.jpg
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    7. Delivering 200,000+ Signatures for Troy Davis

      Jonathan Perri
      Deputy Campaign Director

      Despite recanted and conflicting witness testimony, the state of Georgia Department of Corrections plans to executeTroy Davis at 7:00 PM on September 21, 2011.
      Kim Davis, Troy's sister, came to Change.org and started a petition asking the Georgia...

    8. Reached 200,000 signatures


    Reasons for signing

    • Michael Shpunt WEST BLOOMFIELD, MI
      • over 1 year ago

      How about some updates?

    • Kristina Justice BARNARDSVILLE, NC
      • almost 2 years ago

      Just wanted an update on if it had been stopped. Please update me. Thank you

      • over 2 years ago

      I still think about Troy Davis on a regular basis. I never met him, and I had never heard of him until this petition. I have a problem when we execute people with doubt. In fact, I really disagree with executions period. I am so sorry for the family that they had to endure this loss. I truly think that people like Troy need to be why we abolish the death penalty. You can't undo death, but you can at least let a person out who was wrongly convicted.

    • Samiha Rahman LONDON, CA
      • about 3 years ago

      This is why the death penalty should be abolished, did we ever find out the whole story? Maybe Troy had crucial evidence that could have lead them to someone else (if he was innocent). It is not justice to punish people with death. It is justice to have a fair trial and to make sure that we have somewhere in our hearts to forgive as well as to punish the right way.

    • Leslie Gannett BURLINGTON, NC
      • about 3 years ago

      I'm sorry we couldn't save your brother, Miss Davis...I'd like to send my condolences to you and your family for a terrible loss. The lack of evidence should have freed him. Let's make sure that this doesn't happen to another man again!


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