On the one hand, the headline reads "Georgia Death-row Convict Granted Stay after Vatican Intervenes", but the article says "The execution was stayed for up to 90 days, on orders from the Georgia Board of Pardons and Paroles, because some witnesses in the case have recanted their testimony."
So, was it because of the Vatican or the witnesses?
It seems to me the two are only a coincidence and that the writer is jumping to conclusions. I am open to being corrected on this one. Feedback?