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Source: Troy Davis was at the scene, but did not kill anyone

By Robert "Rob" Redding Jr.

Editor & Publisher

ATLANTA, Sept. 20, 2011, 12 a.m. - Troy Davis was at the scene of the crime but did not shoot the officer, a source today told Redding News Review.

The source, who appeared on a broadcast of Redding News Review, says that both Davis and Sylvester "Red" Coles were committing a crime when officer Mark McPhail intervened.

McPhail was then shot by Coles, the source said. A manhunt ensued and criminals were rounded up and offered deals to testify against whoever was caught for the crime, in an effort to close the case.

Coles got an attorney and siding with other criminals to testify against Davis, the source said. Nine individuals - including many of the same criminals who were offered deals - have since signed affidavits implicating Coles.

Attorney Roy Miller has requested that President Obama get involved in the case. Miller says Obama should be citing a law that indicates anytime there is perjury in a case that the verdict must be overturned.

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