By Walter Geiger
Those who end up in the small room outfitted in old church pews behind Door 34 take long, varied roads to get there.
My most recent trip was last week. I arrived at Door 34 in a state van.
Four reporters took a prison perimeter road through a high security checkpoint. There were heavily armed corrections officers in tactical gear everywhere. The prison was on lockdown.
It was eerily quiet as we approached the red door with the number 34 emblazoned upon it in white paint. Beyond the door is Georgia’s death chamber.
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