Live Stream of ‘Democracy Now!’ from Outside the Georgia Prison Where Troy Davis Is to Be Executed

Live Stream of ‘Democracy Now!’ from Outside the Georgia Prison Where Troy Davis Is to Be Executed

Live Stream of ‘Democracy Now!’ from Outside the Georgia Prison Where Troy Davis Is to Be Executed

Host Amy Goodman reports live from Jackson, Georgia starting at 6 pm.

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UPDATE:

10:41: The Supreme Court has rejected Troy Davis’s appeal and prison officials report that the execution of Troy Davis is proceeding within "half an hour."

7:30: The Supreme Court of the United States has issued a temporary reprieve for Troy Davis. It’s very unclear what the reprieve means. Davis could still be executed at any minute or the SCOTUS could issue a full stay.

The State of Georgia is preparing to execute Troy Anthony Davis tonight in one of the most high-profile executions in the United States in years. Davis is scheduled to be killed by lethal ejection at 7 pm. EDT, one day after the Georgia Board of Pardons and Paroles rejected clemency. Activists are holding vigils coast to coast. Democracy Now! is airing a special broadcast from outside the prison in Jackson, Georgia, from 6 to 8 pm. EDT, where hundreds of protesters have already assembled.

Watch the live stream here.

 

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