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Re: “Life after prison for West Memphis Three

Do not send money to a convicted child killer. One who has confessed six plus times. How can this newspaper be a tool for him to make money. This is not news.

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Posted by William Reed on 09/04/2011 at 3:06 PM

Re: “Who killed the West Memphis children?

How many have you checked the evidence. If you think one of these coincidenceare not a coincidence they are guilty:


Coincidence List (Updated)
Coincidence No. 1:

Misskelley and Echols are only acquaintances, but in spite of that, Misskelley, when questioned by police, initially names Echols as “capable” of committing the murders. In his allegedly coercedconfession, he names Echols as not only a participant in the crime, but the “ringleader.” In Paradise Lost, one of Misskelley’s relatives makes a comment about Echols that suggests Echols and Misskelley were more than acquaintances;

Coincidence No. 2:

On the night of May 5, 1993, Narlene Hollingsworth, Tabetha Hollingsworth and Anthony Hollingsworth see a male wearing all black clothing, with black hair that looks like Echols, walking on the Service Road near Robin Hood Hills, with an individual who is the same height as Domini Teer, the same build as Domini Teer, has long hair similar to Domini Teer’s and who looks like Domini Teer;

Coincidence No. 3:

Three Caucasian hairs are found on two of the victim’s bodies, several Caucasian hairs are found on the victims’ bodies and under the bindings, and one negroid hair found on the sheet used to wrap Christopher Byers’ body for transport to the morgue. The three Caucasian hairs found on two victims’ bodies are compared to hair from numerous suspects and members of the victims’ families. The three hairs are found to be similar to Echols and one of the hairs is an exclusive similarity;

Coincidence No. 4:

Green polyester and green cotton fibers found on Michael Moore’s clothing are compared to garments and items from the victims’ homes, other suspect’s clothing, and garments and items from the Baldwin, Echols, Teer, and Misskelley homes and are found to be similar only to a single cotton polyester blend “Geranimals” shirt that belonged to Echols’ half-brother, Tim Hutchison. The Baldwins, Teers, Misskelleys, victims, and other suspects are not found to possess a similar shirt, nor are secondary fiber transfers similar to the questioned fibers found on the garments or items examined from the victims’ homes, the other suspects’ clothing or the Baldwin, Teer and Miskelley homes;

Coincidence No. 5:

Baldwin is named as a participant in the murders by Misskelley in his allegedly coerced confession;

Coincidence No. 6:

One red rayon fiber found on Christopher Byers’ shirt are compared with garments and items from the victim’s homes, other suspect’s clothing and garments and items from the Baldwin, Echols, Teer and Misskelley homes and are found to be similar only to a single red rayon robe that belonged to Gail Grinnell, Baldwin’s mother. The Echols, Teers, Misskelleys, victims and other suspects are not found to possess a similar robe, nor are secondary fiber transfers similar to the questioned fibers found on the garments or items examined from the victim’s homes, the other suspect’s clothing or the Echols, Teer and Misskelley homes;

Coincidence No. 7:

A spot of blood on a tee-shirt belonging to Misskelley is found to be similar to Michael Moore’s blood by HLA-DQ Alpha profile.

Coincidence No. 8:

The blood on the tee-shirt is also similar to Misskelley’s profile. An explanation for the presence of the blood is not official given by Misskelley’s defense, although years later, supporters claim that Misskelley had a nose bleed that left only a small drop of blood on the tee-shirt;

Coincidence No. 9:

A survival knife, similar to one that Echols was known to possess, and one he often carried on his person, is found sticking blade down in the lake 30+ feet directly behind Baldwin’s home in theLakeshore Trailer Park;

Coincidence No. 10:

A spot of blood, discovered on a necklace seized from Echols at the time of his arrest, is similar to Steve Branch’s blood by HLA-DQ Alpha profile.

Coincidence No. 11:

The blood on the necklace is also similar to Baldwin’s profile and Echols claims that Baldwin frequently wore the necklace. Supporters allege that his zits bled on the necklace while he was wearing it. Echols claims that a police photograph documents Baldwin wearing the necklace, but no such photograph ever appears and Echols was wearing the necklace on the night of his arrest;

Coincidence No. 12:

Who confessed to the murders on at least six different occasions (three unofficial and three official) and were also named as participants by Misskelley? Echols and Baldwin.

Although not widely accepted as voluntary, how many suspects were named in Misskelley’s confession? Echols and Baldwin.

Although not conclusive, how many suspects were found to have hair similar to all three of the Caucasian hairs found on two of the victim’s bodies and were named in Misskelley’s confession? Echols.

Although not conclusive, how many suspects were found to possess a garment similar to the green polyester and green cotton fibers found on Michael Moore’s clothing, were the only suspect to be found to have hair similar to all three of the Caucasian hairs found on two of the victims’ bodies, and were named in Misskelley’s confession? Echols.

Although not widely accepted as credible, how many suspects were named by Narlene, Tabetha, and Anthony Hollingsworth as being on the Service Road near Robin Hood Hills on the night of May 5, were found to possess a garment similar to the green cotton and green polyester fibers found on Michael’s clothing, were found to have hair similar to all three of the Caucasian hairs found on two of the victims’ bodies, and were named in Misskelley’s confession? Echols.

Although not widely accepted as conclusive, how many suspects were named as having once owned a knife similar to the “Lake” Knife and were also named as having routinely carried a knife like it, were identified on the Service Road near Robin Hood Hills by Narlene, Tabetha and Anthony Hollingsworth on the night of May 5, were found to possess a garment similar to the green polyester and green cotton fibers found on Michael’s clothing, were found to have hair similar to all three hairs found on two of the victims’ bodies, and were named in Misskelley’s confession? Echols.

Although not widely accepted as conclusive, how many suspects were arrested wearing a necklace with blood similar to Steve Branch’s, were named as owning a knife similar to the “Lake” Knife and were also named as having routinely carried a knife like it, were identified on the Service Road near Robin Hood Hills by Narlene, Tabetha and Anthony Hollingsworth on the night of May 5, were found to possess a garment similar to the green polyester and green cotton fibers found on Michael’s clothing, were found to have hair similar to all three Caucasian hairs found on two of the victims’ bodies, and were named in Misskelley’s confession? Echols.

Although not conclusive, how many suspects were found to possess a robe similar to the red rayon fibers found on Christopher’s shirt and were named in Misskelley’s confession? Baldwin.

Although not widely accepted as conclusive, how many suspects had a knife found sticking blade down in the mud in a lake 30+ feet directly behind their home in Lakeshore Trailer Park, were found to possess a robe similar to the red rayon fibers found on Christopher’s shirt, and were named in Misskelley’s confession? Baldwin.

Although not widely accepted as voluntary, how many suspects confessed to the murders, and told police the names of his accomplices, the injuries to Christopher Byers, the injuries to Steve Branch’s face, and without being prompted that he chased Michael Moore down? Misskelley.

Although not conclusive, how many suspects named by Misskelley were found to each possess a single garment in their homes similar to the red rayon fibers found on Christopher’s clothing, and the green polyester and green cotton fibers found on Michael’s clothing? Echols and Baldwin.

Although not widely accepted as conclusive, how many suspects were found to possess a shirt with a small drop of blood similar to Michael Moore’s, whose co-defendants were included as suspects by the trace evidence, and who confessed to committing the murders? Misskelley.

The medieval philosopher William of Occan formulated the principle known as Occan’s Razor: If two hypotheses purport to explain the same data, then, all other things being equal, the simpler hypotheses is to be preferred.

I could not help but think about the West Memphis Three case, and the often opposing explanations/views from supporters and non-supporters alike. An example would be: Was the Robin Hood Hills area the crime scene or merely a dump site? I tend to believe it is highly unlikely that the boys, who were last seen alive close to Robin Hood Hills, were abducted from that area, murdered, and thenBROUGHT BACK to the same area – an area that was being searched.

I think I´ll have to go with Occan on that one (the simpler hypotheses): The boys were most likely murdered in Robin Hood Hills. Some things never change…


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Posted by William Reed on 08/26/2011 at 1:59 AM

Re: “Who killed the West Memphis children?

Why did no one from the media ask the tough questions? Do you need help knowing what they are? What a joke man......seriously......the public and media have been bamboozled with the total distortion of the evidence by whats become the main source of information on the case.......the WM3 Supporters.

This deal corrupted the legal system no matter if you think guilty or innocence.....now we have a situation where each dead boy is worth six years and millions of dollars collect on behalf of the convicted.

The lawyers all worked pro-bono......if that is the case wheres all these millions and why hasnt any been disturbed to the victims families.........only three people have no profited off this case in some manner or another and that's steve, chris, and Michael.


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Posted by William Reed on 08/25/2011 at 10:53 PM

Re: “The 'big ask'

Coincidence List (Updated)

Coincidence No. 1:

Misskelley and Echols are only acquaintances, but in spite of that, Misskelley, when questioned by police, initially names Echols as “capable” of committing the murders. In his allegedly coerced confession, he names Echols as not only a participant in the crime, but the “ringleader.” In Paradise Lost, one of Misskelley's relatives makes a comment about Echols that suggests Echols and Misskelley were more than acquaintances;

Coincidence No. 2:

On the night of May 5, 1993, Narlene Hollingsworth, Tabetha Hollingsworth and Anthony Hollingsworth see a male wearing all black clothing, with black hair that looks like Echols, walking on the Service Road near Robin Hood Hills, with an individual who is the same height as Domini Teer, the same build as Domini Teer, has long hair similar to Domini Teer's and who looks like Domini Teer;

Coincidence No. 3:

Three Caucasian hairs are found on two of the victim's bodies, several Caucasian hairs are found on the victims' bodies and under the bindings, and one negroid hair found on the sheet used to wrap Christopher Byers' body for transport to the morgue. The three Caucasian hairs found on two victims' bodies are compared to hair from numerous suspects and members of the victims' families. The three hairs are found to be similar to Echols and one of the hairs is an exclusive similarity;

Coincidence No. 4:

Green polyester and green cotton fibers found on Michael Moore's clothing are compared to garments and items from the victims' homes, other suspect's clothing, and garments and items from the Baldwin, Echols, Teer, and Misskelley homes and are found to be similar only to a single cotton polyester blend "Geranimals" shirt that belonged to Echols' half-brother, Tim Hutchison. The Baldwins, Teers, Misskelleys, victims, and other suspects are not found to possess a similar shirt, nor are secondary fiber transfers similar to the questioned fibers found on the garments or items examined from the victims' homes, the other suspects' clothing or the Baldwin, Teer and Miskelley homes;

Coincidence No. 5:

Baldwin is named as a participant in the murders by Misskelley in his allegedly coerced confession;

Coincidence No. 6:

One red rayon fiber found on Christopher Byers' shirt are compared with garments and items from the victim's homes, other suspect's clothing and garments and items from the Baldwin, Echols, Teer and Misskelley homes and are found to be similar only to a single red rayon robe that belonged to Gail Grinnell, Baldwin's mother. The Echols, Teers, Misskelleys, victims and other suspects are not found to possess a similar robe, nor are secondary fiber transfers similar to the questioned fibers found on the garments or items examined from the victim's homes, the other suspect's clothing or the Echols, Teer and Misskelley homes;

Coincidence No. 7:

A spot of blood on a tee-shirt belonging to Misskelley is found to be similar to Michael Moore's blood by HLA-DQ Alpha profile.

Coincidence No. 8:

The blood on the tee-shirt is also similar to Misskelley's profile. An explanation for the presence of the blood is not official given by Misskelley's defense, although years later, supporters claim that Misskelley had a nose bleed that left only a small drop of blood on the tee-shirt;

Coincidence No. 9:

A survival knife, similar to one that Echols was known to possess, and one he often carried on his person, is found sticking blade down in the lake 30+ feet directly behind Baldwin's home in the Lakeshore Trailer Park;

Coincidence No. 10:

A spot of blood, discovered on a necklace seized from Echols at the time of his arrest, is similar to Steve Branch's blood by HLA-DQ Alpha profile.

Coincidence No. 11:

The blood on the necklace is also similar to Baldwin's profile and Echols claims that Baldwin frequently wore the necklace. Supporters allege that his zits bled on the necklace while he was wearing it. Echols claims that a police photograph documents Baldwin wearing the necklace, but no such photograph ever appears and Echols was wearing the necklace on the night of his arrest;

Coincidence No. 12:

Who confessed to the murders on at least six different occasions (three unofficial and three official) and were also named as participants by Misskelley? Echols and Baldwin.

Although not widely accepted as voluntary, how many suspects were named in Misskelley's confession? Echols and Baldwin.

Although not conclusive, how many suspects were found to have hair similar to all three of the Caucasian hairs found on two of the victim's bodies and were named in Misskelley's confession? Echols.

Although not conclusive, how many suspects were found to possess a garment similar to the green polyester and green cotton fibers found on Michael Moore's clothing, were the only suspect to be found to have hair similar to all three of the Caucasian hairs found on two of the victims' bodies, and were named in Misskelley's confession? Echols.

Although not widely accepted as credible, how many suspects were named by Narlene, Tabetha, and Anthony Hollingsworth as being on the Service Road near Robin Hood Hills on the night of May 5, were found to possess a garment similar to the green cotton and green polyester fibers found on Michael's clothing, were found to have hair similar to all three of the Caucasian hairs found on two of the victims' bodies, and were named in Misskelley's confession? Echols.

Although not widely accepted as conclusive, how many suspects were named as having once owned a knife similar to the "Lake" Knife and were also named as having routinely carried a knife like it, were identified on the Service Road near Robin Hood Hills by Narlene, Tabetha and Anthony Hollingsworth on the night of May 5, were found to possess a garment similar to the green polyester and green cotton fibers found on Michael's clothing, were found to have hair similar to all three hairs found on two of the victims' bodies, and were named in Misskelley's confession? Echols.

Although not widely accepted as conclusive, how many suspects were arrested wearing a necklace with blood similar to Steve Branch's, were named as owning a knife similar to the "Lake" Knife and were also named as having routinely carried a knife like it, were identified on the Service Road near Robin Hood Hills by Narlene, Tabetha and Anthony Hollingsworth on the night of May 5, were found to possess a garment similar to the green polyester and green cotton fibers found on Michael's clothing, were found to have hair similar to all three Caucasian hairs found on two of the victims' bodies, and were named in Misskelley's confession? Echols.

Although not conclusive, how many suspects were found to possess a robe similar to the red rayon fibers found on Christopher's shirt and were named in Misskelley's confession? Baldwin.

Although not widely accepted as conclusive, how many suspects had a knife found sticking blade down in the mud in a lake 30+ feet directly behind their home in Lakeshore Trailer Park, were found to possess a robe similar to the red rayon fibers found on Christopher's shirt, and were named in Misskelley's confession? Baldwin.

Although not widely accepted as voluntary, how many suspects confessed to the murders, and told police the names of his accomplices, the injuries to Christopher Byers, the injuries to Steve Branch's face, and without being prompted that he chased Michael Moore down? Misskelley.

Although not conclusive, how many suspects named by Misskelley were found to each possess a single garment in their homes similar to the red rayon fibers found on Christopher's clothing, and the green polyester and green cotton fibers found on Michael's clothing? Echols and Baldwin.

Although not widely accepted as conclusive, how many suspects were found to possess a shirt with a small drop of blood similar to Michael Moore's, whose co-defendants were included as suspects by the trace evidence, and who confessed to committing the murders? Misskelley.

The medieval philosopher William of Occan formulated the principle known as Occan's Razor: If two hypotheses purport to explain the same data, then, all other things being equal, the simpler hypotheses is to be preferred.

I could not help but think about the West Memphis Three case, and the often opposing explanations/views from supporters and non-supporters alike. An example would be: Was the Robin Hood Hills area the crime scene or merely a dump site? I tend to believe it is highly unlikely that the boys, who were last seen alive close to Robin Hood Hills, were abducted from that area, murdered, and then BROUGHT BACK to the same area - an area that was being searched.

I think I´ll have to go with Occan on that one (the simpler hypotheses): The boys were most likely murdered in Robin Hood Hills. Some things never change...

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Posted by William Reed on 08/25/2011 at 8:28 PM

Re: “Thursday To-Do: West Memphis Three: Past, Present & Future

Coincidence List (Updated)

Coincidence No. 1:

Misskelley and Echols are only acquaintances, but in spite of that, Misskelley, when questioned by police, initially names Echols as “capable” of committing the murders. In his allegedly coerced confession, he names Echols as not only a participant in the crime, but the “ringleader.” In Paradise Lost, one of Misskelley's relatives makes a comment about Echols that suggests Echols and Misskelley were more than acquaintances;

Coincidence No. 2:

On the night of May 5, 1993, Narlene Hollingsworth, Tabetha Hollingsworth and Anthony Hollingsworth see a male wearing all black clothing, with black hair that looks like Echols, walking on the Service Road near Robin Hood Hills, with an individual who is the same height as Domini Teer, the same build as Domini Teer, has long hair similar to Domini Teer's and who looks like Domini Teer;

Coincidence No. 3:

Three Caucasian hairs are found on two of the victim's bodies, several Caucasian hairs are found on the victims' bodies and under the bindings, and one negroid hair found on the sheet used to wrap Christopher Byers' body for transport to the morgue. The three Caucasian hairs found on two victims' bodies are compared to hair from numerous suspects and members of the victims' families. The three hairs are found to be similar to Echols and one of the hairs is an exclusive similarity;

Coincidence No. 4:

Green polyester and green cotton fibers found on Michael Moore's clothing are compared to garments and items from the victims' homes, other suspect's clothing, and garments and items from the Baldwin, Echols, Teer, and Misskelley homes and are found to be similar only to a single cotton polyester blend "Geranimals" shirt that belonged to Echols' half-brother, Tim Hutchison. The Baldwins, Teers, Misskelleys, victims, and other suspects are not found to possess a similar shirt, nor are secondary fiber transfers similar to the questioned fibers found on the garments or items examined from the victims' homes, the other suspects' clothing or the Baldwin, Teer and Miskelley homes;

Coincidence No. 5:

Baldwin is named as a participant in the murders by Misskelley in his allegedly coerced confession;

Coincidence No. 6:

One red rayon fiber found on Christopher Byers' shirt are compared with garments and items from the victim's homes, other suspect's clothing and garments and items from the Baldwin, Echols, Teer and Misskelley homes and are found to be similar only to a single red rayon robe that belonged to Gail Grinnell, Baldwin's mother. The Echols, Teers, Misskelleys, victims and other suspects are not found to possess a similar robe, nor are secondary fiber transfers similar to the questioned fibers found on the garments or items examined from the victim's homes, the other suspect's clothing or the Echols, Teer and Misskelley homes;

Coincidence No. 7:

A spot of blood on a tee-shirt belonging to Misskelley is found to be similar to Michael Moore's blood by HLA-DQ Alpha profile.

Coincidence No. 8:

The blood on the tee-shirt is also similar to Misskelley's profile. An explanation for the presence of the blood is not official given by Misskelley's defense, although years later, supporters claim that Misskelley had a nose bleed that left only a small drop of blood on the tee-shirt;

Coincidence No. 9:

A survival knife, similar to one that Echols was known to possess, and one he often carried on his person, is found sticking blade down in the lake 30+ feet directly behind Baldwin's home in the Lakeshore Trailer Park;

Coincidence No. 10:

A spot of blood, discovered on a necklace seized from Echols at the time of his arrest, is similar to Steve Branch's blood by HLA-DQ Alpha profile.

Coincidence No. 11:

The blood on the necklace is also similar to Baldwin's profile and Echols claims that Baldwin frequently wore the necklace. Supporters allege that his zits bled on the necklace while he was wearing it. Echols claims that a police photograph documents Baldwin wearing the necklace, but no such photograph ever appears and Echols was wearing the necklace on the night of his arrest;

Coincidence No. 12:

Who confessed to the murders on at least six different occasions (three unofficial and three official) and were also named as participants by Misskelley? Echols and Baldwin.

Although not widely accepted as voluntary, how many suspects were named in Misskelley's confession? Echols and Baldwin.

Although not conclusive, how many suspects were found to have hair similar to all three of the Caucasian hairs found on two of the victim's bodies and were named in Misskelley's confession? Echols.

Although not conclusive, how many suspects were found to possess a garment similar to the green polyester and green cotton fibers found on Michael Moore's clothing, were the only suspect to be found to have hair similar to all three of the Caucasian hairs found on two of the victims' bodies, and were named in Misskelley's confession? Echols.

Although not widely accepted as credible, how many suspects were named by Narlene, Tabetha, and Anthony Hollingsworth as being on the Service Road near Robin Hood Hills on the night of May 5, were found to possess a garment similar to the green cotton and green polyester fibers found on Michael's clothing, were found to have hair similar to all three of the Caucasian hairs found on two of the victims' bodies, and were named in Misskelley's confession? Echols.

Although not widely accepted as conclusive, how many suspects were named as having once owned a knife similar to the "Lake" Knife and were also named as having routinely carried a knife like it, were identified on the Service Road near Robin Hood Hills by Narlene, Tabetha and Anthony Hollingsworth on the night of May 5, were found to possess a garment similar to the green polyester and green cotton fibers found on Michael's clothing, were found to have hair similar to all three hairs found on two of the victims' bodies, and were named in Misskelley's confession? Echols.

Although not widely accepted as conclusive, how many suspects were arrested wearing a necklace with blood similar to Steve Branch's, were named as owning a knife similar to the "Lake" Knife and were also named as having routinely carried a knife like it, were identified on the Service Road near Robin Hood Hills by Narlene, Tabetha and Anthony Hollingsworth on the night of May 5, were found to possess a garment similar to the green polyester and green cotton fibers found on Michael's clothing, were found to have hair similar to all three Caucasian hairs found on two of the victims' bodies, and were named in Misskelley's confession? Echols.

Although not conclusive, how many suspects were found to possess a robe similar to the red rayon fibers found on Christopher's shirt and were named in Misskelley's confession? Baldwin.

Although not widely accepted as conclusive, how many suspects had a knife found sticking blade down in the mud in a lake 30+ feet directly behind their home in Lakeshore Trailer Park, were found to possess a robe similar to the red rayon fibers found on Christopher's shirt, and were named in Misskelley's confession? Baldwin.

Although not widely accepted as voluntary, how many suspects confessed to the murders, and told police the names of his accomplices, the injuries to Christopher Byers, the injuries to Steve Branch's face, and without being prompted that he chased Michael Moore down? Misskelley.

Although not conclusive, how many suspects named by Misskelley were found to each possess a single garment in their homes similar to the red rayon fibers found on Christopher's clothing, and the green polyester and green cotton fibers found on Michael's clothing? Echols and Baldwin.

Although not widely accepted as conclusive, how many suspects were found to possess a shirt with a small drop of blood similar to Michael Moore's, whose co-defendants were included as suspects by the trace evidence, and who confessed to committing the murders? Misskelley.

The medieval philosopher William of Occan formulated the principle known as Occan's Razor: If two hypotheses purport to explain the same data, then, all other things being equal, the simpler hypotheses is to be preferred.

I could not help but think about the West Memphis Three case, and the often opposing explanations/views from supporters and non-supporters alike. An example would be: Was the Robin Hood Hills area the crime scene or merely a dump site? I tend to believe it is highly unlikely that the boys, who were last seen alive close to Robin Hood Hills, were abducted from that area, murdered, and then BROUGHT BACK to the same area - an area that was being searched.

I think I´ll have to go with Occan on that one (the simpler hypotheses): The boys were most likely murdered in Robin Hood Hills. Some things never change...

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Posted by William Reed on 08/25/2011 at 7:26 PM

Re: “'Paradise Lost 3' to qualify for Oscars; HBO wants 4th film

I caution anyone reading or wanting to watch these people they are high sensational and are not interested in the truth. Here is a list of coicences that will likely get little mention if any in their upcoming movie:


Coincidence List (Updated)

Coincidence No. 1:

Misskelley and Echols are only acquaintances, but in spite of that, Misskelley, when questioned by police, initially names Echols as “capable” of committing the murders. In his allegedly coerced confession, he names Echols as not only a participant in the crime, but the “ringleader.” In Paradise Lost, one of Misskelley's relatives makes a comment about Echols that suggests Echols and Misskelley were more than acquaintances;

Coincidence No. 2:

On the night of May 5, 1993, Narlene Hollingsworth, Tabetha Hollingsworth and Anthony Hollingsworth see a male wearing all black clothing, with black hair that looks like Echols, walking on the Service Road near Robin Hood Hills, with an individual who is the same height as Domini Teer, the same build as Domini Teer, has long hair similar to Domini Teer's and who looks like Domini Teer;

Coincidence No. 3:

Three Caucasian hairs are found on two of the victim's bodies, several Caucasian hairs are found on the victims' bodies and under the bindings, and one negroid hair found on the sheet used to wrap Christopher Byers' body for transport to the morgue. The three Caucasian hairs found on two victims' bodies are compared to hair from numerous suspects and members of the victims' families. The three hairs are found to be similar to Echols and one of the hairs is an exclusive similarity;

Coincidence No. 4:

Green polyester and green cotton fibers found on Michael Moore's clothing are compared to garments and items from the victims' homes, other suspect's clothing, and garments and items from the Baldwin, Echols, Teer, and Misskelley homes and are found to be similar only to a single cotton polyester blend "Geranimals" shirt that belonged to Echols' half-brother, Tim Hutchison. The Baldwins, Teers, Misskelleys, victims, and other suspects are not found to possess a similar shirt, nor are secondary fiber transfers similar to the questioned fibers found on the garments or items examined from the victims' homes, the other suspects' clothing or the Baldwin, Teer and Miskelley homes;

Coincidence No. 5:

Baldwin is named as a participant in the murders by Misskelley in his allegedly coerced confession;

Coincidence No. 6:

One red rayon fiber found on Christopher Byers' shirt are compared with garments and items from the victim's homes, other suspect's clothing and garments and items from the Baldwin, Echols, Teer and Misskelley homes and are found to be similar only to a single red rayon robe that belonged to Gail Grinnell, Baldwin's mother. The Echols, Teers, Misskelleys, victims and other suspects are not found to possess a similar robe, nor are secondary fiber transfers similar to the questioned fibers found on the garments or items examined from the victim's homes, the other suspect's clothing or the Echols, Teer and Misskelley homes;

Coincidence No. 7:

A spot of blood on a tee-shirt belonging to Misskelley is found to be similar to Michael Moore's blood by HLA-DQ Alpha profile.

Coincidence No. 8:

The blood on the tee-shirt is also similar to Misskelley's profile. An explanation for the presence of the blood is not official given by Misskelley's defense, although years later, supporters claim that Misskelley had a nose bleed that left only a small drop of blood on the tee-shirt;

Coincidence No. 9:

A survival knife, similar to one that Echols was known to possess, and one he often carried on his person, is found sticking blade down in the lake 30+ feet directly behind Baldwin's home in the Lakeshore Trailer Park;

Coincidence No. 10:

A spot of blood, discovered on a necklace seized from Echols at the time of his arrest, is similar to Steve Branch's blood by HLA-DQ Alpha profile.

Coincidence No. 11:

The blood on the necklace is also similar to Baldwin's profile and Echols claims that Baldwin frequently wore the necklace. Supporters allege that his zits bled on the necklace while he was wearing it. Echols claims that a police photograph documents Baldwin wearing the necklace, but no such photograph ever appears and Echols was wearing the necklace on the night of his arrest;

Coincidence No. 12:

Who confessed to the murders on at least six different occasions (three unofficial and three official) and were also named as participants by Misskelley? Echols and Baldwin.

Although not widely accepted as voluntary, how many suspects were named in Misskelley's confession? Echols and Baldwin.

Although not conclusive, how many suspects were found to have hair similar to all three of the Caucasian hairs found on two of the victim's bodies and were named in Misskelley's confession? Echols.

Although not conclusive, how many suspects were found to possess a garment similar to the green polyester and green cotton fibers found on Michael Moore's clothing, were the only suspect to be found to have hair similar to all three of the Caucasian hairs found on two of the victims' bodies, and were named in Misskelley's confession? Echols.

Although not widely accepted as credible, how many suspects were named by Narlene, Tabetha, and Anthony Hollingsworth as being on the Service Road near Robin Hood Hills on the night of May 5, were found to possess a garment similar to the green cotton and green polyester fibers found on Michael's clothing, were found to have hair similar to all three of the Caucasian hairs found on two of the victims' bodies, and were named in Misskelley's confession? Echols.

Although not widely accepted as conclusive, how many suspects were named as having once owned a knife similar to the "Lake" Knife and were also named as having routinely carried a knife like it, were identified on the Service Road near Robin Hood Hills by Narlene, Tabetha and Anthony Hollingsworth on the night of May 5, were found to possess a garment similar to the green polyester and green cotton fibers found on Michael's clothing, were found to have hair similar to all three hairs found on two of the victims' bodies, and were named in Misskelley's confession? Echols.

Although not widely accepted as conclusive, how many suspects were arrested wearing a necklace with blood similar to Steve Branch's, were named as owning a knife similar to the "Lake" Knife and were also named as having routinely carried a knife like it, were identified on the Service Road near Robin Hood Hills by Narlene, Tabetha and Anthony Hollingsworth on the night of May 5, were found to possess a garment similar to the green polyester and green cotton fibers found on Michael's clothing, were found to have hair similar to all three Caucasian hairs found on two of the victims' bodies, and were named in Misskelley's confession? Echols.

Although not conclusive, how many suspects were found to possess a robe similar to the red rayon fibers found on Christopher's shirt and were named in Misskelley's confession? Baldwin.

Although not widely accepted as conclusive, how many suspects had a knife found sticking blade down in the mud in a lake 30+ feet directly behind their home in Lakeshore Trailer Park, were found to possess a robe similar to the red rayon fibers found on Christopher's shirt, and were named in Misskelley's confession? Baldwin.

Although not widely accepted as voluntary, how many suspects confessed to the murders, and told police the names of his accomplices, the injuries to Christopher Byers, the injuries to Steve Branch's face, and without being prompted that he chased Michael Moore down? Misskelley.

Although not conclusive, how many suspects named by Misskelley were found to each possess a single garment in their homes similar to the red rayon fibers found on Christopher's clothing, and the green polyester and green cotton fibers found on Michael's clothing? Echols and Baldwin.

Although not widely accepted as conclusive, how many suspects were found to possess a shirt with a small drop of blood similar to Michael Moore's, whose co-defendants were included as suspects by the trace evidence, and who confessed to committing the murders? Misskelley.

The medieval philosopher William of Occan formulated the principle known as Occan's Razor: If two hypotheses purport to explain the same data, then, all other things being equal, the simpler hypotheses is to be preferred.

I could not help but think about the West Memphis Three case, and the often opposing explanations/views from supporters and non-supporters alike. An example would be: Was the Robin Hood Hills area the crime scene or merely a dump site? I tend to believe it is highly unlikely that the boys, who were last seen alive close to Robin Hood Hills, were abducted from that area, murdered, and then BROUGHT BACK to the same area - an area that was being searched.

I think I´ll have to go with Occan on that one (the simpler hypotheses): The boys were most likely murdered in Robin Hood Hills. Some things never change...

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Posted by William Reed on 08/25/2011 at 7:26 PM

Re: “Now what?

"We will continue to fund investigations, DNA testing and other efforts in an attempt to prove the three men are innocent, says Lonnie Soury, a spokesman for the WM3."

Have them test the pendent Echols was wearing the day of the arrest that had blood similar to Steve Byers and Jason Baldwin.

Have them test the shirt that had drops of blood on it that was similar to the blood of one of the victims.

You will never see those DNA test done much less the results announced.

Further anyone reading look at this list coincidences by an informed indivudal.

Coincidence List (Updated)

Coincidence No. 1:

Misskelley and Echols are only acquaintances, but in spite of that, Misskelley, when questioned by police, initially names Echols as “capable” of committing the murders. In his allegedly coerced confession, he names Echols as not only a participant in the crime, but the “ringleader.” In Paradise Lost, one of Misskelley's relatives makes a comment about Echols that suggests Echols and Misskelley were more than acquaintances;

Coincidence No. 2:

On the night of May 5, 1993, Narlene Hollingsworth, Tabetha Hollingsworth and Anthony Hollingsworth see a male wearing all black clothing, with black hair that looks like Echols, walking on the Service Road near Robin Hood Hills, with an individual who is the same height as Domini Teer, the same build as Domini Teer, has long hair similar to Domini Teer's and who looks like Domini Teer;

Coincidence No. 3:

Three Caucasian hairs are found on two of the victim's bodies, several Caucasian hairs are found on the victims' bodies and under the bindings, and one negroid hair found on the sheet used to wrap Christopher Byers' body for transport to the morgue. The three Caucasian hairs found on two victims' bodies are compared to hair from numerous suspects and members of the victims' families. The three hairs are found to be similar to Echols and one of the hairs is an exclusive similarity;

Coincidence No. 4:

Green polyester and green cotton fibers found on Michael Moore's clothing are compared to garments and items from the victims' homes, other suspect's clothing, and garments and items from the Baldwin, Echols, Teer, and Misskelley homes and are found to be similar only to a single cotton polyester blend "Geranimals" shirt that belonged to Echols' half-brother, Tim Hutchison. The Baldwins, Teers, Misskelleys, victims, and other suspects are not found to possess a similar shirt, nor are secondary fiber transfers similar to the questioned fibers found on the garments or items examined from the victims' homes, the other suspects' clothing or the Baldwin, Teer and Miskelley homes;

Coincidence No. 5:

Baldwin is named as a participant in the murders by Misskelley in his allegedly coerced confession;

Coincidence No. 6:

One red rayon fiber found on Christopher Byers' shirt are compared with garments and items from the victim's homes, other suspect's clothing and garments and items from the Baldwin, Echols, Teer and Misskelley homes and are found to be similar only to a single red rayon robe that belonged to Gail Grinnell, Baldwin's mother. The Echols, Teers, Misskelleys, victims and other suspects are not found to possess a similar robe, nor are secondary fiber transfers similar to the questioned fibers found on the garments or items examined from the victim's homes, the other suspect's clothing or the Echols, Teer and Misskelley homes;

Coincidence No. 7:

A spot of blood on a tee-shirt belonging to Misskelley is found to be similar to Michael Moore's blood by HLA-DQ Alpha profile.

Coincidence No. 8:

The blood on the tee-shirt is also similar to Misskelley's profile. An explanation for the presence of the blood is not official given by Misskelley's defense, although years later, supporters claim that Misskelley had a nose bleed that left only a small drop of blood on the tee-shirt;

Coincidence No. 9:

A survival knife, similar to one that Echols was known to possess, and one he often carried on his person, is found sticking blade down in the lake 30+ feet directly behind Baldwin's home in the Lakeshore Trailer Park;

Coincidence No. 10:

A spot of blood, discovered on a necklace seized from Echols at the time of his arrest, is similar to Steve Branch's blood by HLA-DQ Alpha profile.

Coincidence No. 11:

The blood on the necklace is also similar to Baldwin's profile and Echols claims that Baldwin frequently wore the necklace. Supporters allege that his zits bled on the necklace while he was wearing it. Echols claims that a police photograph documents Baldwin wearing the necklace, but no such photograph ever appears and Echols was wearing the necklace on the night of his arrest;

Coincidence No. 12:

Who confessed to the murders on at least six different occasions (three unofficial and three official) and were also named as participants by Misskelley? Echols and Baldwin.

Although not widely accepted as voluntary, how many suspects were named in Misskelley's confession? Echols and Baldwin.

Although not conclusive, how many suspects were found to have hair similar to all three of the Caucasian hairs found on two of the victim's bodies and were named in Misskelley's confession? Echols.

Although not conclusive, how many suspects were found to possess a garment similar to the green polyester and green cotton fibers found on Michael Moore's clothing, were the only suspect to be found to have hair similar to all three of the Caucasian hairs found on two of the victims' bodies, and were named in Misskelley's confession? Echols.

Although not widely accepted as credible, how many suspects were named by Narlene, Tabetha, and Anthony Hollingsworth as being on the Service Road near Robin Hood Hills on the night of May 5, were found to possess a garment similar to the green cotton and green polyester fibers found on Michael's clothing, were found to have hair similar to all three of the Caucasian hairs found on two of the victims' bodies, and were named in Misskelley's confession? Echols.

Although not widely accepted as conclusive, how many suspects were named as having once owned a knife similar to the "Lake" Knife and were also named as having routinely carried a knife like it, were identified on the Service Road near Robin Hood Hills by Narlene, Tabetha and Anthony Hollingsworth on the night of May 5, were found to possess a garment similar to the green polyester and green cotton fibers found on Michael's clothing, were found to have hair similar to all three hairs found on two of the victims' bodies, and were named in Misskelley's confession? Echols.

Although not widely accepted as conclusive, how many suspects were arrested wearing a necklace with blood similar to Steve Branch's, were named as owning a knife similar to the "Lake" Knife and were also named as having routinely carried a knife like it, were identified on the Service Road near Robin Hood Hills by Narlene, Tabetha and Anthony Hollingsworth on the night of May 5, were found to possess a garment similar to the green polyester and green cotton fibers found on Michael's clothing, were found to have hair similar to all three Caucasian hairs found on two of the victims' bodies, and were named in Misskelley's confession? Echols.

Although not conclusive, how many suspects were found to possess a robe similar to the red rayon fibers found on Christopher's shirt and were named in Misskelley's confession? Baldwin.

Although not widely accepted as conclusive, how many suspects had a knife found sticking blade down in the mud in a lake 30+ feet directly behind their home in Lakeshore Trailer Park, were found to possess a robe similar to the red rayon fibers found on Christopher's shirt, and were named in Misskelley's confession? Baldwin.

Although not widely accepted as voluntary, how many suspects confessed to the murders, and told police the names of his accomplices, the injuries to Christopher Byers, the injuries to Steve Branch's face, and without being prompted that he chased Michael Moore down? Misskelley.

Although not conclusive, how many suspects named by Misskelley were found to each possess a single garment in their homes similar to the red rayon fibers found on Christopher's clothing, and the green polyester and green cotton fibers found on Michael's clothing? Echols and Baldwin.

Although not widely accepted as conclusive, how many suspects were found to possess a shirt with a small drop of blood similar to Michael Moore's, whose co-defendants were included as suspects by the trace evidence, and who confessed to committing the murders? Misskelley.

The medieval philosopher William of Occan formulated the principle known as Occan's Razor: If two hypotheses purport to explain the same data, then, all other things being equal, the simpler hypotheses is to be preferred.

I could not help but think about the West Memphis Three case, and the often opposing explanations/views from supporters and non-supporters alike. An example would be: Was the Robin Hood Hills area the crime scene or merely a dump site? I tend to believe it is highly unlikely that the boys, who were last seen alive close to Robin Hood Hills, were abducted from that area, murdered, and then BROUGHT BACK to the same area - an area that was being searched.

I think I´ll have to go with Occan on that one (the simpler hypotheses): The boys were most likely murdered in Robin Hood Hills. Some things never change...

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Posted by William Reed on 08/25/2011 at 7:23 PM

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