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Re: “Damien Echols' statement on plea deal

I am happy that they were finally released. It's a pity that they had to go the guilty route in order to get out though. I hope they can somehow get back to a relative normal life. If they were smart they would move out of the area. People are always going to look at them as if they are guilty. I do feel bad that due to crappy police work those 3 eight year old's killer/killers are still out on the loose. If things were handled properly, by the police, from the begining the majority of the crap that has gone on wouldn't of. I hope that one day the WM3 can clear their names so people will leave them alone for good.

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Posted by Sara1115 on 08/19/2011 at 4:18 PM

Re: “Another DNA test finds no link to West Memphis 3

Read the book Devils knot by Mara Leveritt. It explains every detail of the case. The woman was unbiased and took neither the police departments side nor the west memphis three's side. Its a good book for inside information on the case.

Posted by Sara1115 on 08/01/2011 at 7:32 AM

Re: “Another DNA test finds no link to West Memphis 3

Wow, once again they have found new evidence that should technically free these 3 men. I hope the judge isn't as ignorant as the first one. This whole case is seriously BS....plain and simple. They were railroaded from the very begining. Not only was there DNA on one of the victims shoes, there was hair from the one step dad (Terry) at the scene, as well as bite marks. All of which has excluded those 3 men. How much more evidence do they need to let these men out of prison??????? Meanwhile the real killers still run free! Maybe if the police would of done their job from the begining, instead of focusing just on those 3, the real killers would of been found.

Posted by Sara1115 on 07/30/2011 at 5:29 PM

Re: “New DNA tests exclude West Memphis 3

I feel that those 3 men need to have another trial in light of the newest evidence. The bite marks and the dna evidence PROVES that they are innocent. Casey Anthony had a more fair trial then those 3 men did as teenagers. Yes, those 3 as teens were different and didn't fit into societies mold at the time. What teenager does, most are confused about who they are and how they fit in place. If Damian also has some kind of mental illness that would of played a role into his "odd or weird behaviors'. But does that mean cops should target them and get them locked up for crimes they obviously didn't commit? Didn't the cops wonder why there was lack of blood at the crime scene? To me that means that those 3 boys were murdered elsewhere and transported to the crime scene! I believe at the time, and I could be wrong, but all there of those men either didn't have their liceanse and/or didn't have a vehicle. I honestly believe that Jessie was coerced, cops use all kinds of tactics to get what they want out of a person. There has been many documented cases of this happening. One was not too long ago, a teenage boy was accused of killing his sister. The cops questioned him for hours and broke his will until he falsely confessed thinking he was going to go home. He told them exactly what they wanted to hear. Jessie was there for 12 hours and they only taped 45 minutes of the whole time he was there. If you read the transcripts of his so called confession, he states facts about the crime that are untrue. Not only that, the cops CORRECT him when he gives the wrong information the majority of the time. The cops should of gotten in a great deal of trouble for what they did to him. I agree with Deann about Hobbs and Jacobys . Why was their dna at the crime scene? The last thing I have to say is I feel these men were railroaded because the cops really didn't have a whole lot of suspects in this case and were getting nowhere. The people of that town wanted answers and wanted someone held responsible for it no matter who it was. They had alot of pressure on them at the time. So they had to point the finger at someone.

Posted by Sara1115 on 07/29/2011 at 7:44 AM

 

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