To: Chris Clark, President & CEO, Georgia Chamber of Commerce
Georgia: You Can Keep Those Peaches!
I want nothing more to do with a state that sees fit to kill a man whose innocence was glaringly apparent right up to the end. Georgia executed death penalty martyr, Troy Davis on September 21st, 2011 despite his many appeals and those of the world community. You definitely don't deserve any more of my business.
Why is this important?
Death penalty martyr, Troy Davis was executed by the State of Georgia on September 21st, 2011. We are appealing to everyone to boycott the state's signature product, its peaches. Pick up instead apples, pears, bananas, oranges . . . anything else but the product associated with that lynching despot. The alternatives are manifold, as is the way to authentic justice. Be assured that while the intent here is far from raining down on the impoverished Georgia grower, his juicy state symbol is ripe for the plucking.