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Kimberly Davis is the sister of Troy Anthony Davis, who was executed by the state of Georgia on 21 September 2011, despite a strong case for innocence. She is a committed death penalty abolition activist, continuing the legacy of her brother and her late sister, Martina Davis-Correia
Saturday, September 21, 2013
Two Years After Troy Davis' Execution, Our Fight to End the Death Penalty Lives