Oscar-winning filmmaker Michael Moore called for a boycott of Georgia after the state -- defying national and global protests -- executed Troy Davis last night, despite doubts over his 1991 murder conviction.
On his website, Moore demanded that his recently released memoirs 'Here Comes Trouble' be pulled from Georgia bookshops.
"I encourage everyone I know to never travel to Georgia, never buy anything made in Georgia, to never do business in Georgia," said Moore, who was in Los Angeles as part of a book tour.
"I will ask my publisher to pull my book from every Georgia bookstore. And if they won't do that, I will donate every dime of every royalty my book makes in Georgia to help defeat the racists and killers who run that state. I ask all Americans with a conscience to shun anything and everything to do with the murderous state of Georgia."