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While I feel a tremendous sorrow for the family of the murdered police officer I must admit I am relieved that the execution was delayed. I only know what I've read of this case but from what I can tell, if anyone deserves another hearing, Troy Davis is that guy.
The guy got 12 "other hearings" after the original sentencing. How many "other hearings" should a cop killer get?
Originally Posted by Mrs.PatsFanInVa
Hopefully the Supreme Court agrees.
Well actually they didn't agree. And since you're a big fan of the "appeal to authority" logical argument, what right do you have to question their decision?
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Yes, you got it right. We think the guy was a cop killer and that is why we wanted him spared. I think such inciteful crap from you is beneath you. In any reasonable set of eyes, there's at least some cause to think Troy Davis is a victim of a miscarriage of justice and there's at least some moral justification for opposing the death penalty as a matter of PRINCIPLE. In my opinion, reasonable people who support his execution will see the balance of justice as tilting against him; unreasonable people who support his execution will see it as liberals loving cop killers.
Libeals do love cop killers - especially when they're black. Because no black man has ever killed a cop in the history of the world ever. Mumia? 100% innocent. Troy Davis? 100% innocent. Etc.