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Re: “Petition drive started to convince Beebe to pardon the WM3

-Jessie Misskelley confessed to the murders numerous times throughout 1993-1994.
-Witnesses placed Damien Echols near the crime scene covered in mud on the night of the murders.
-The WM3 have no alibis.
-The WM3 were convicted by two separate juries in 1994.
-The Arkansas Supreme Court repeatedly upheld those convictions for nearly 20 years.
-The WM3 pled GUILTY in 2011 through an convoluted deal called an Alford Plea.
-The case has already been “re-opened” back in 2011. Instead of presenting evidence of innocence at an evidentiary hearing, the WM3 ASKED to plead guilty with an Alford Plea in exchange for time served.
-The prosecutor has said he would welcome any evidence of innocence presented by the WM3 at any time, but so far no compelling evidence has been presented to him.
-The WM3 have done nothing to “find the real killer” except point fingers at the innocent step-parents of the victims.
-The WM3 and their supporters continue to profit from the murders through the sales of books, movies, art, and other schemes.

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Posted by The Canadian on 10/03/2014 at 10:43 AM
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