Sounds like a rehash of the evidence presented at the trial and the so-called DNA links sound bogus. The teens liked rock n’ roll, so that’s good enough for me.
Historically, convicting people on false criminal charges because they’re different or have unusual tastes was a staple of Southern justice.
I saw the documentary film about the murders and watched Damien Echols admiring himself in a handmirror while waiting for the verdict. While hardly admissible as evidence, that was enough to put me in the “guilty” camp.
That evidence is good enough for me. Hang'm. If Hollyweird is on somebody's side, then they must be guilty.
Onion Fields; Tookie; Mumia; Sadam; Osama; MadMo... the list keeps growing.
I guess that's better than sitting up and begging for justice. Did they bark for joy and wag their tails when the sentences were announced? Apparently southerners are hound dogs to this author.
Typical liberal limey hit piece. The folks in the “deep south” were “braying for justice”, and the “Memphis Three” were being railroaded because they liked rock music.
Any reasonable person looking at the evidence should know there innocent.
A couple of things have always bugged me about this case. Jesse Miskelly came from a rough family and has a IQ that borders on mental retardation. The only one of the three involved with the Wiccan relgion was Damien Echols.
We BAYED. Really.
So, tell me, is there ANYONE out there who actually believes there was "satanism running amuck" in the 1980s? Did you REALLY believe that Ozzy and Rob Halford were telling good American kids to worship the devil and kill their classmates?
Har! You can tell time is running out for the one on death row - - Euro-scum death-penaly activists and lawyers are starting to crawl out of the woodwork.