The tumultuous case of death row inmate Troy Davis whose execution date has thrice been postponed due to innocence claims has been mostly quiet since last fall.
That's about to change.
According to an email I just got from Wende Gozan Brown at Amnesty International:
Indie rock band State Radio has become active on the Troy Davis case. They play Atlanta tomorrow night, and they're holding a rally for Troy at Little 5 Points at noon tomorrow (Findley Plaza, 1160 Euclid Ave NE). Chad, lead singer, will play acoustic and perform the song he wrote for Davis Jared Feuer, our southern regional director, will speak, as will William Montrose and Sara Tatonchi of Southern Center for Human Rights. Then their show that night will basically be dedicated to Troy.
State Radio's video for the abovementioned song, "State of Georgia," provides a pretty compelling summation of the newly discovered evidence in the case, including the recantations of seven of nine trial witnesses.
State Radio plays the Variety Playhouse tomorrow, Feb. 13.
(Photo courtesy Georgia Department of Corrections)
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