There are 2 executions scheduled for today. In Texas, one of the men convicted of dragging James Byrd to death will die. In Georgia, Troy Davis, convicted of killing a cop, is also scheduled to die, even though 7 of the 9 witnesses who fingered him have recanted. So do you think that Mr. Davis’ the execution should be at least delayed while the facts are analyzed. It won’t hurt anything. If he’s guilty, he’ll be executed. If the evidence is reanalyzed and found wanting, he’ll be a free man. That is the problem with the death penalty, you don’t have %100 proof in all cases.