If you mean failed polygraphs meaning they were told they failed polygraphs that were conducted by inept polygraphers then yes that would be correct.
Disclaimer folks... any website with truth in the title usually is far from truthful... you guys have been holding on to the same old line for years. Your numbers are rapidly shrinking as cognicent and rational people come to this case... your websites are inactive, ineffective and filled with faulty made up information. Get lives folks... those men were not the monsters you try to make them out to be. You are protecting the very monster that did this and the sooner you reconcile that the sooner you can move on to your real lives. The hundreds of thousands of die hard supporters are NOT going away and we multiply everyday.
"Many people believe the WM3 were not innocent but guilty as charged and that they were the ones that committed the crime. They were found guilty by a unanimous jury the first time. They plead guilty instead of waiting for a trial the second time."
If your life was on the line and the state had gotten it wrong the first tima and all the subsequent times on appeal in this OVERLY apparent miscarriage of Justice would you have trusted a Jury with your life? Yeah didn't think so. The Justice system is not infallible.
"Two of the new "witnesses" against Hobbs are fourth-hand statements. They claim that Michael Hobbs told them something, which Michael Hobbs heard from his father, which he heard from someone else."
Are you familiar with any of the second third and fourth hand statements that convicted the WM3? Might want to check that out you are only proving the point. Besides Jr supposedly heard Hobbs and his dad talking about it once so that makes it second hand.
"The DNA found at the scene of the crime of the three murdered boys that was supposedly from Hobbs was from a hair that could have come from simple contact with one of the victims. The hair could have belonged to 1.5 percent of the population (or several million people)."
So what are the chances of the one of the several million people are in West Memphis Arkansas with DNA matching Terry Hobbs is standing in a ditch bank murdering his step son. I.5% of the population can be hit with space debris falling to the earth... do you know anyone that happened to? Yeah i thought not. And speaking of Knots... so you are saying that out of all the dna not found at that crime scene including dna from people who say they were indeed with Stevie that day, the one person who has adamantly stated that he was NOT with Stevie and did not see him at all that day ist the person who's DNA is found and also lets not forget about David Jacoby's DNA being found there. The man Hobbs states he was with that day.... See how actually laying out the ACTUAL evidence does?
"The evidence against Hobbs is very weak. The evidence and the many confessions against the WM3 is much stronger."
Confessions from a scared coerced teenager don't mean anything. The evidence AGAINST the wm3 is evaporating. Evidence pointing towards hobbs AFTER 20 years is multiplying... If you are going to belive all of the HEARSAY Damien and Jason confessed crap, also notice how most of those peopld have recanted and minimized the impact of their statements, also see the point you made above about hearsay... good for the goose good for the gander.
"Misskelley confessed three separate times, once with his lawyer present. Misskelley also told two other people about the crime before he was arrested. Baldwin told someone else he committed the crimes. Echols was seen in muddy clothes near the crime scene. Echols is reported to have either told or bragged about the crime to four people before he was arrested."
You can't be PRO hearsay for the wm3 and ANT HEARSAY for Hobbs... I'm sorry but the law doesn't work like that... and if said statements were credible and able to be admitted into court they would have... Also the point you need to remember is this Jessie was coerced the first time... The second and third times he was being pressured to testify... point being he didn't testify. SO any statement he made is a moot point and was made after the prosecution repeatedly violated his 5th and 6th ammendment rights. http://callahan.8k.com/wm3/motions/de_jb_m…
"Echols also had a history of psychiatric treatment. His reported actions included brutally killing a dog, starting fires at his school, threatening to kill his teachers and parents and stating he liked to drink blood. "
SO what. I have a psychiatric record so do many people in this world it doesn't make them murderers. ALSO Most of the crap you just listed is also exaggerated hearsay and rumor. NOT PROOF of squat.
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