At 11:08 pm in Georgia last night, Troy Davis was pronounced dead.
Cause of death: Lethal injection for a crime he might not have committed.
His execution had been delayed from the originally scheduled time of 7:00 pm so the U.S. Supreme Court could consider a last-minute plea for a stay.
But the high court decided instead to allow Georgia to kill a possibly innocent man.
Davis's original trial was flawed. Most of the witnesses have since recanted or contradicted their stories, with many claiming that they had been pressured or coerced by police. And there is no physical evidence linking Davis to the crime. His conviction was based solely on that questionable testimony by witnesses. In other words, there is reasonable doubt as to Davis's guilt.
But they killed him anyway.
And, if Davis's claim of innocence was true, that means the real killer walks free.
This is not justice.