Troy Davis Case Renews Death Penalty Debate

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The state of Georgia is scheduled to execute Troy Davis on Wednesday, two decades after he was sentenced to death for killing police officer Mark MacPhail. WABE's Charles Edwards and David Savage of the Los Angeles Times discuss the case and the death penalty debate it has rekindled.

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