Posted by | September 20, 2011 18:50 | Filed under: Top Stories

As Georgia prepares to execute Troy Davis for a crime he may not have committed, Global Grind looks at other cases where likely innocent people were sent to die.

Davis has claimed his innocence from day one and this is where the problems lie when it comes to capital punishment. Since 1971 to 2010, there have been 17 cases in which DNA played a substantial factor in establishing innocence. So it stands to reason that it is possible Georgia maybe executing an innocent man tomorrow.

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