Who would the Nazi’s endorse??????
On Letterman McCain went back to his stance on Obama and Ayers. Ive said it before, be careful what you say because the same methods of judgment could be used against you.
This is McCain caught with his foot in his mouth…..
Its funny that before the commercial break McCain didn’t know Liddy, but after the break he was an old friend and he also knew his son….. good ole John!
Liddy was a member of Creep! He was indicted for conspiracy, burglary and illegal wire tapping he was sentenced to 20 years imprisonment!
Liddy has a radio show… post jail time…..maybe his parole officer got him that job! On this show he is quoted saying…
“Now if the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms comes to disarm you and they are bearing arms, resist them with arms. Go for a head shot; they’re going to be wearing bulletproof vests… Kill the sons of bitches.” (courtesy of Wikipedia)
For more on G. Gordon Liddy just Google him.
“Upon our thorough review of the record, we conclude that Davis has met the burden for a stay of execution,” the court said in a ruling issued by Judges Joel Dubina, Rosemary Barket and Stanley Marcus.
Davis, 40, recently lost an appeal before the U.S. Supreme Court.
Davis is on death row for the Aug. 19, 1989, murder of 27-year-old Savannah police Officer Mark Allen MacPhail. Since Davis’ trial, seven of nine key prosecution witnesses have recanted their testimony.
The defendant’s claims of innocence have drawn opposition to his execution from leaders across the globe, including former President Jimmy Carter and Pope Benedict XVI.
Davis’ lawyers expressed relief and jubilation over the court’s decision.
“This is the first step toward a court hearing to consider the new evidence — something we have been asking for for almost a decade now,” attorney Jason Ewart said.
Neither MacPhail’s mother or sister had heard the news when a reporter called. The officer’s 75-year-old mother, Anneliese, declined to comment until she had more information.
MacPhail’s sister, Kathy McQuary, cried.
Earlier this week, Davis asked the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for permission to pursue another round of appeals in federal court on claims he is actually innocent. Permission for a new round of appeals is required under the Antiterrorism and Effective Death Penalty Act of 1996.
On Friday, the court said the stay of execution is conditional. Davis must make a showing he can meet the “stringent requirements” to pursue another round of appeals, the decision said.
The court directed Davis’ lawyers to file a legal brief on their arguments within 15 days. The state Attorney General’s Office has another 10 days to respond.