A federal judge in Savannah, Ga., on Tuesday ruled against Troy Davis’ claims that he is innocent of the 1989 murder for which he’s been sentenced to death.

The decision came nearly a year after the U.S. Supreme Court granted the request Davis’ supporters had been making for years: ordering a judge to review what they say is evidence showing that Davis did not murder Savannah police officer Mark Allen MacPhail.

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