March for death row inmate arrives at church

ATLANTA -- Organizers say more than 1,000 people have marched to support a Georgia death row inmate set to be executed for the killing of an off-duty Savannah police officer.

Amnesty International and the NAACP organized a march and rally Friday for inmate Troy Davis. The marchers started in downtown Atlanta and have arrived at Ebenezer Baptist Church. Davis is set to be put to death Wednesday for the 1989 killing of Officer Mark MacPhail.

His supporters say Georgia is set to put an innocent man to death, citing eyewitnesses who claim another man killed MacPhail. Prosecutors say there's no doubt they charged the right person with the crime, and courts have repeatedly upheld his conviction.

Some marchers chanted, "Legal lynching's got to go" and sang spirituals.