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Re: “‘Not a soul in there’

@dw I've followed this case since 1997 or thereabouts. I, like most people that are familiar with it, heard about the case due to the HBO documentary. I fully understand that the media can and is biased. At the time I saw the documentary, I couldn't decide if the 'WM3' were innocent or not, but the case that the state had against these guys was ridiculous in it's incompetence. It should have demanded a retrial. They lose evidence in one of the most viable leads that they have, Mr. Bojangles, and then proceed to submit weapons that 'may not' have been used to kill the three little boys along with pretty flimsy fiber evidence. They have sticks that they point to as a possible murder weapon, that they only retrieved a month later from the crime scene. They had nothing, and to bring Dale Griffis in and parade him around like some kind of occult genius only to learn that he received his Masters Degree out of a newspaper boggles the mind. They found one thing that they could pin on these kids, and that was the fact that they were each nonconformists. No blood, no witnesses, no weapons, no reason to commit the murders, adds up to nothing. What really angers me is the fact that there is a possibility that the person(s) that murdered these three little boys may still be out in society. I could care less who in John Fogelman's cliques support him fervently. Their loved ones weren't murdered. Their loved ones aren't sitting behind bars facing the death penalty for a crime that they possibly didn't commit. I have taken a serious look at his qualifications, and they stink. Anyone that can defend themselves as having made the right choices in a case as flimsy and horrifying as this boggles my mind. John Fogelman is an intelligent man. I would have a very hard time sleeping at night knowing that three little boys lost their lives in a very brutal fashion in my state, and not only that, but I convicted three more boys that weren't much older than the victims themselves on inaccurate and misleading evidence and testimony. But not Fogelman; he sleeps so well at night he's decided to make a run for the Supreme Court. That to me is terrifying. If the 'WM3' did it, please prove it and put this to bed. Those little boys deserve that much. They had nothing much good in life, why continue to disregard them in death by not making sure that justice is served?

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Posted by Marshman on 09/15/2010 at 2:26 PM


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