No doubt you’re receiving plenty of emails protesting the execution of Tory Davis, and no doubt you’re aware why — and not convinced that reasonable doubt is enough to prevent an execution.
Instead I have a couple of questions.
If it is found later that Troy Davis is innocent, would you support the conviction and death penalty of all those who proceeded to enforce the execution despite clear evidence of reasonable doubt?
Would you also recommend that the UK Foreign Office warn British citizens against visiting Georgia on the grounds that the state of Georgia does not consider the possible innocence of a person sufficient reason to avoid killing them?
With all due respect,