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Re: “Only the guilty want closure in West Memphis Three case

Omg, Brian! Echols was a scared, socially awkward, CHILD with a side order of psychiatric issues. THAT DOES NOT MAKE HIM A MURDERER. He was accused of a horrible crime, locked in solitary confinement and sentenced to death. I do not know why he "lied" about his residence. I do know that if you ask just about anyone in Georgia where they live, they will say Atlanta and not one of the surrounding suburbs. If you ask someone from Massachusetts where they live, they will say Boston and not the actual town. That doesn't make them liars.

Besides the misconstrued/changing comments by a teenager with history of mental illness, how about switch the focus to what is not being told, such as footprints? It was muddy and not one footprint was ever tied to any of these 3 boys. Perhaps, they swooped down and attacked those boys from their broomsticks. There is no DNA, no fingerprints, etc. With that being said, regardless if you support them or not, there is no logical way you can claim these boys received a fair trial. Unlike you, I initially wasn't a supporter of the three. I jumped to conclusions and immediately believed these boys were monsters. I was initially caught up in the emotional hype of how anyone could do such an unspeakable crime. But then I started thinking logically and regardless of who lied about what, the cold hard facts-the true scientific evidence-accompanied by some of the worlds leading forensic investigators prove that these boys cannot and are not linked to this horrific tragedy. You say he is a liar. DNA says he and those other boys are innocent.

12 likes, 9 dislikes
Posted by Mnys on 10/10/2014 at 11:13 PM

Re: “Damien Echols responds to Baldwin

Echols was a scared, socially awkward, CHILD with a side order of psychiatric issues. THAT DOES NOT MAKE HIM A MURDERER. He was accused of a horrible crime, locked in solitary confinement and sentenced to death. I do not know why he "lied" about his residence.I do know that if you ask just about anyone in Georgia where they live, they will say Atlanta and not one of the surrounding suburbs. If you ask someone from Massachusetts where they live, they will say Boston and not the actual town. That doesn't make them liars.

Besides the misconstrued/changing comments by a teenager with history of mental illness, how about switch the focus to what is not being told, like footprints. It was muddy and not one footprint was ever tied to any of these 3 boys. Perhaps, they swooped down and attacked those boys from their broomsticks. There is no DNA, no fingerprints, etc. With that being said, regardless if you support them or not, there is no logical way you can claim these boys received a fair trial. I initially wasn't a supporter of the three. I jumped to conclusions and immediately believed these boys were monsters. I was initially caught up in the emotional hype of how anyone could do such an unspeakable crime. But then I started thinking logically and regardless of who lied about what, the cold hard facts-the true scientific evidence-accompanied by some of the worlds leading forensic investigators prove that these boys cannot and are not linked to this horrific tragedy. You can say Echols is a liar if you want. DNA says he and the other boys are innocent.

1 like, 0 dislikes
Posted by Mnys on 10/10/2014 at 11:04 PM

Re: “The legal troubles of Terry Hobbs and John Mark Byers

Although I strongly believe Hobbs had something to do with the murder-DNA, eyewitness of him with the victims moments before the death, history of violence, etc., is it not plausible that the hair found in the shoelace, possibly belonging to Hobbs, got there by the shoelaces dragging across an unswept floor of the house Hobbs and his stepson shared?

18 likes, 7 dislikes
Posted by Mnys on 10/10/2014 at 9:00 PM
  • Re: Meanwhile, in Puerto Rico

    • Ah, but they are "brown" people, and they're not all millionaire donors so the Repubs…

    • on December 18, 2017
  • Re: A difference

    • shut up, boys, you really don't know what you're talking about. franked is definitely collateral…

    • on December 18, 2017
  • Re: Sunday open line

    • well now

    • on December 18, 2017

 

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