Have you noticed the silence of death penalty advocates concerning the
Troy Davis case? Normally, for a "cop killer" case, when people say
the person convicted of the crime should be spared the death penalty,
the death penalty advocates are all over the place supporting the
execution. But other than the local advocates in this situation, I
haven't read anything from national advocates supporting death in this
I think that's telling.
[ UPDATE ]
I've been told that Bob Barr, Regan's FBI Chief Sessions, and Larry Thompson have spoken out.