Miller: Obama should get involved in
Troy Davis case; state law being ignored
By Robert "Rob" Redding Jr.
Editor & Publisher
ATLANTA, Sept. 20,
2011, 9:30 p.m.
Attorney Roy Miller wants President Obama to get
involved in the Troy Davis case, which he says can be resolved through a state
There is a section of Georgia code that prohibits perjury
and a required hearing on that law that was not given to Davis, Attorney Roy Miller told
a broadcast of Redding News
O.C.G.A. 17-1-4 stipulates that anytime there
is perjury that there should be a hearing and that the verdict should be
Davis is scheduled to die in the state's electric chair on
Wednesday. Seven witnesses have admitted to perjuring themselves, which resulted
in Davis' much
Miller says he wants the president to get involved in the
case, like he got involved in the Henry Lewis Gates case. That case resulted in
the so called
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