South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford was with his family Thursday as legal and ethical questions swirled over his secret trip to see a woman in Argentina with whom he admitted an affair. (AOL News)
Graham Edwards, the new chief executive officer of ElectriCities, said Wednesday he is committed to making the N.C. Eastern Municipal Power Agency more competitive and responsive to customers while meeting future challenges in the electric industry. (The Wilson Times)
Call Larry Chisolm and
ask him to reopen Troy‘s case!
Call District Attorney Larry Chisolm and demand he reopen Troy‘s case
Thank you for all the support you have provided for Troy Davis, the Savannah man facing execution by the state of Georgia for a crime that many believe that he didn’t commit.
Here’s the next thing you can do to save Troy’s life:
Please call District Attorney Larry Chisolm at 912-652-7308 and demand that he reopen Troy‘s case.
DA Chisolm needs to hear from the residents of Chatham County as he is making a decision and you can help make the difference.
As you know, Troy Davis was convicted of murdering a Georgia police officer in 1991. There is no physical evidence tying him to the crime and seven out of nine witnesses have recanted or contradicted their testimony. New evidence and new testimony have been presented to the Georgia courts, but the justice system refuses to consider this evidence — evidence we believe could save Troy’s life.
If there is one phone call you make today, please make it to Larry Chisolm’s office. You can reach his office at 912-652-7308. Once you call, tell the person who answers the phone that you are a resident of Chatham County calling in support of Troy Davis and you want Chisolm to reopen the case.
This is the one call you make that can save a man’s life.
Benjamin Todd Jealous
President and CEO
[Call 912-652-7308 today!]
I was shocked to get the email on my cell phone from CNN this evening saying that Michael had gone into cardiac arrest. Shortly thereafter the Michael Baysden Show stated that it was believed that Michael had had a fatal heart attack. Later ABC sent me an email stating that Michael was dead. C. Dancy II – DCN Publisher
After a decades-long career in the music industry, Michael Jackson has died, newspaper the Los Angeles Times and the Associated Press reported Thursday. (WRAL TV)
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It appears there was a break down in communication. This was a lesson learned and therefore this should not happen again. Greg who is new to community activism is trying to do some great things in the community. I commend the brother for trying to educate himself and the community about what is going on around us. I will support this brother whenever I am available. C. Dancy II – DCN Publisher
Tonight’s east Tarboro community forum has been postponed.
The meeting was to be at Pattillo School, according to coordinator Greg Higgs, but school officials denied his request because they said he submitted it too late. (Daily Southerner)