United States Supreme Court Denies Stay of Execution for Troy Davis (Updated)

Washington, D.C.-(ENEWSPF)- According to many, many news sources, the United States Supreme Court has denied a stay of execution for convicted cop murderer Troy Davis, despite an 11th hour appeal, and many, many reasons to suspect that the state of Georgia may be executing an innocent man.

From the Associate Press on Twitter:

APNewsbreak: US Supreme Court refuses to block execution of Troy Davis.

From The Nation on Twitter:

Supreme Court has refused to stay Davis execution.

There are more. Many, many more reporting the same.

From CBS:

Troy Davis, the condemned inmate who convinced hundreds of thousands of people but not the justice system of his innocence, was denied a stay after filing an eleventh-hour plea Wednesday asking the U.S. Supreme Court to stop Georgia authorities from executing him for the murder of an off-duty police officer. There was no dissenting opinions on the court, CBS News correspondent Jan Crawford reports.

His execution had been set to begin at 7 p.m., but Georgia prison officials had been awaiting for the high court’s decision.