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fed857  No.12684717

Who are the West Memphis Three?

>On May 5, 1993, three teenagers, Damien Echols, Jason Baldwin, and Jessie Misskelley known in the press as the West Memphis Three, carried out the murders of three 8-year-old cub-scouts they stumbled upon in an area of woods, known as Robin Hood Hills, which is located in West Memphis, Arkansas.

>The victims, Michael Moore, Christopher Byers, and Stevie Branch were savagely beaten all over, including being clubbed with large sticks. Byers was also castrated while alive and an attempt was made to slit the throat of Stevie Branch, whose face and neck region was mutilated. Afterwords, the naked bodies of the three children were tied up with their own shoe laces and tossed into a ditch while still alive, and ultimately drowned.

>After a month long investigation, all three killers were arrested, and all three made statements admitting guilt. Damien Echols had bragged multiple times during the investigation to friends that he killed the boys and planned to kill two more before turning himself in. He also told another friend that he raped and killed the boys using a large knife, and told a prisoner that he had an out of body experience and claimed he had witnessed the murders. Jason Baldwin, made statement as well, trying to sound tough while awaiting trial, and telling a prisoner that he killed the boys and that they sucked their blood and played around with the severed testicles of Christopher Byers. Jessie Misskelley also confessed directly to police, as well as confessed to his own lawyers, and to prosecutors, giving several confessions to the murders, and maintaining his guilt for three months straight saying he was going to plead guilty if they offered him a chance at parole instead of a life sentence, before retracting them when his lawyer said the prosecution wouldn't budge.

>Years later, the three killers who did this pled guilty to the murders and were paroled after Hollywood Celebrities donated over $20 million toward their defense, under the belief that right-wing Christians from the South had convicted the three killers of witchcraft. The celebrities had reached this conclusion after watching some HBO shock documentaries, known as the Paradise Lost series, which cut out all the evidence and focused only on sensational elements of the murders and the trials, never actually addressing how the victims even died, which changes from film to film as the defense team repeatedly changes theories, claiming they're right this time, despite having a different theory in each of the three movies. Later Hollywood Director, Peter Jackson hired film maker, Amy Berg to do yet another documentary, called West of Memphis, which twists and edits things in the defense's favor in a Bowling Columbine fashion,, treating disproven defense theories, which were shown to be false during appeals hearings, as factual, such as insisting turtle bites were on the bodies and were responsible for the injuries, using heavily blown up and cropped images of the bodies to push this theory, and then using a video montage of a turtle eating which they purport to be as proof of the claims. The film also falsely suggests that they were proven innocent by DNA, which is false and often repeated about the case.

>All three killers remain at large to this day with nobody doing time for the murders. The killers themselves are even active on social media.

>To date, four major documentaries have been made in support of the West Memphis Three, as well as numerous television specials, all with input from the killers themselves and their defense teams, and all omitting crucial evidence against them which mysteriously found it's way on the cutting room floor.

Below are links to all of Jessie Misskelley's confessions

>You can listen to all three re-corded statements here:


You can also read the transcripts of the confessions here:

>First confession-



>Second confession three months later in private to his lawyer-


>Third confession in the back of a cop car on his way to prison-


>A fourth confession to Jessie's lawyer following his conviction-


>Fifth confession made by Jessie Misskelley following his confession to his lawyer. This one is given to the prosecution with Jessie's lawyers present-


fed857  No.12684727

File: fed9305c64c95f5⋯.jpg (82.37 KB, 720x466, 360:233, damien horror movie conven….jpg)

File: 990741bfa6afa07⋯.jpg (26.42 KB, 500x375, 4:3, damien lorri eddie vedder.jpg)

File: e97fcfaf769fa4d⋯.jpg (30.47 KB, 480x360, 4:3, jack black.jpg)

File: 935a25161884ccc⋯.png (614.46 KB, 1360x795, 272:159, Peter Jackass.png)

Now, you must be asking, "Anon, why are you bringing up this case?"

Well, for a number of reasons, but the biggest being the celebrity aspect, the sheer number of which overwhelmed the justice system and the media to the point of where three guilty child murderers were allowed to walk out of prison. Second, the killers themselves still get media attention, which continues to push the defense's false narrative, such as Investigation Discovery or Nerdist comparing the new season of True Detective to the case, that entertainment is clouding fact:




Or People Magazine personally shilling for Damien Echols, saying he was wrongfully convicted in yet another recent article:


It's also my hope to bring more awareness to this injustice and the celebrities tied up in it.

e9a7f5  No.12684757

ok bump, I want to hear more

6fee49  No.12684795

File: 9b1333fafc9dbe1⋯.png (276.45 KB, 512x512, 1:1, light 'em up.png)

Well anon, what can you do, except kill them?

When you feel strongly about something like this you either take justice into your own hands or wait until time takes them.Don't expect others to do it for you.

db77e9  No.12684809

misskelly was a retard and said some whack ass shit in some of those confessions that make him look like such. I wish there were recordings of his alleged confessions years after the fact. That would be interesting to hear. One thing that is also interesting is that Jesse has totally gone into hiding (essentially) since the alford plea. As opposed to Damien who is a new age guru and Jason who is trying to free other criminals.

91d57f  No.12684819


>the sheer number of which overwhelmed the justice system and the media

Look at the parents of the (((killers))) – hell, they have to be kikes – or at the legal team and see if this "killing" was actually a sacrifice ritual for (((the usual suspects))).

4f635b  No.12684838

File: 9b4bcb7ac3f7527⋯.gif (837.36 KB, 320x352, 10:11, huma.gif)


That does explain why Hebrew Box Office and all these celebrity shit stains meddled. Besides the killers possibly being yids, Hollyweird never miss an opportunity to thumb normal people.

bfd553  No.12684846

Reminds me of the slaughter of little Jamie Bulger.

db77e9  No.12684853

I am reading through that last confession from feb of 94 and there are so many leading questions. most of them are leading questions.

I have my own theory about it being a time traveling occult sacrifice tho so who am i to throw shade about leading questions.

082ecb  No.12684857


Fuck. I'm finding myself at a loss for words, because I can't think of much to say that won't blackpill others.

It sounds like they basically carried out a typical jewish blood sacrifice on their own. This emulation of their own behavior amused the kikes enough to accept them as honorary kikes, then they turned it into another blood libel case to free them. More or less.

d6c6f6  No.12684868

I don't believe they are guilty, but there are so many problems with the story, and jews involved it's confusing. David Jacoby is another jew and he didn't back up Terry's story. What was going on thhere?. The case against the boys wasn't as strong as OP suggests and some of that has been recanted like the "balls in the mouth story" from a cell mate of Damian, at the same time I know kikes are involved.

d6c6f6  No.12684872

Also the nigger with blood on him who the cops conveniently ignored. The female pig didn't even do an investigation iirc.

fed857  No.12684873

File: 7d8146752e416b5⋯.png (279.47 KB, 468x713, 468:713, contamination.png)

File: 12223f97763ff9d⋯.jpg (50.86 KB, 737x565, 737:565, DNA.jpg)

File: 7234bc121db9387⋯.png (73.73 KB, 656x690, 328:345, dna response.png)

File: 253d04ef6afd98a⋯.png (104.88 KB, 663x693, 221:231, dna response2.png)

File: a65ea368bb0a4bc⋯.png (104.62 KB, 511x355, 511:355, Hobbs hair.png)

A detailed explanation of the DNA in the case.

Most people, or at least the average person, are unaware of the fact that there are different types of DNA, with some more conclusive than others. There was no nuclear DNA found on the bodies of the victims, as the bodies had sat inside a ditch all night, washing away valuable evidence. There was a few samples of DNA recovered from the bodies, some of which did not exclude Damien Echols, which located on the ligatures of Stevie Branch(the shoe laces used to bind the victim). However there was also some DNA contamination at autopsy. I've included here a photo from the autopsy which I've censored, showing that at some point whoever was documenting the injuries took off their gloves and handled the bodies with bare hands. Being that this was 1993, DNA was a new science at the time, and fuck ups were common, which is what the first image shows. The second image is the recovered DNA, showing a DNA mixture on the ligatures for Stevie Branch, which is what the three numbers, 10, 11, 12, mean in the image at marker D5S818, showing a mixture of DNA at the spot from two different people. The third image is the DNA profiles of the WM3 and the victims, with the relevant portions circled, showing they shared the same numbers, and therefore Echols could be the source.

Now, the defense had used the DNA contamination to claim that the West Memphis Three were ruled out, because they did not match to the contaminated spot shown in my first picture, which happened to yield DNA, and not surprisingly didn't match, because it was from whoever was documenting the injuries in the photo.

The next two images are the prosecution's responce, stating that the DNA findings are useless because of the contamination and the bodies being in water all night.

Now, after that the defense tried to claim that a hair found on the shoe lace of victim, Michael Moore was from the "real" killer. The DNA of this hair was mitochondrial DNA from a single hair fragment. Mitchondrial DNA is not a conclusive identifier because a mitochondrial profile is passed unchanged from mother to child over generations. The DNA from that hair also was actually not an exact match, but matched a percentage of the population.

That suited the defense's purpose however, because they knew from DNA tests conducted in the 1990's in which hairs were tested against the parents to try and figure out what hairs belonged to family and what belonged to suspects, that Terry Hobbs, one of the step parents was consistent with a hair. The most the analyst could say was that Terry Hobbs could not be excluded as a potential donor of the hair. Of course, his mother, siblings, grandmother and other maternal relatives also could not have been excluded, but that didn't matter to the defense. They also seized on a second hair recovered from a tree stump at the crime scene weeks after the murders and tried to claim it belonged to Hobbs' friend David Jacoby. However this hair was an even weaker match and was consistent with a larger percentage of the population, meaning it could match just about anyone. The final image is a slide with these two tiny hairs. The defense has thrown around claims they've never been able to back up in regards to the hair they attribute to Hobbs, saying it was tied into the knot of the shoe lace, a claim they've never been able to substantiate. There's also no proof that the hair, if it even belonged to Hobbs wasn't brought to the crime scene on the clothing of one of the victims, as all three were at Stevie Branch's house that day, and all three were playing together, and no proof the shoe lace the hair came from was even Moore's shoe lace, and could have belonged to Stevie Branch.

In addition to all that, human blood mixed together from two people was found on a necklace belonging to Damien, which tests said was consistent with Damien's and Stevie Branch, the victim whose shoe laces possibly also had Damien's DNA on them.

fa4308  No.12684880

Well color my almonds activated.

fed857  No.12684881

File: 22d83c38a66348e⋯.jpg (66.38 KB, 734x565, 734:565, DNA 2.jpg)


Forgot to include the third picture with the DNA profiles

85c69c  No.12684884

File: 58eafedf8abe29a⋯.jpg (72.37 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, manny.jpg)


>Years later, the three killers who did this pled guilty to the murders and were paroled after Hollywood Celebrities donated over $20 million toward their defense, under the belief that right-wing Christians from the South had convicted the three killers of witchcraft

fed857  No.12684902

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

db77e9  No.12684906

File: 7fa41ff18f577d7⋯.jpg (105.29 KB, 640x227, 640:227, the_lake_knife.jpg)

DAVIS: Had you seen that knife before?


DAVIS: What, who, who's knife was it?


DAVIS: What did it look like?

MISSKELLEY: I can't remember. He keeps all kinds of knifes, I can't remember. All I know is it's a lock blade.

DAVIS: When you say a lock-blade, one that folds out and locks?



fed857  No.12684909

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>Jessie Misskelley's father stating in an old interview that his son may have been at the crime scene on the night of the murders, but insists his son was just a witness.

fed857  No.12684924

File: d682df738016037⋯.png (286.4 KB, 525x858, 175:286, gail.png)

File: 56292ab8ba3f909⋯.png (301.97 KB, 525x829, 525:829, gail3.png)


Jessie didn't use the knife himself. He just knew who had it and that it was a large knife with a dark handle. He describes it in his confession with his lawyer months before the police even recovered the knife.

>STIDHAM: What did the knife look like? You told me once before but I want to make sure I understand.

>JESSIE: It’s like a – like a Buck – pocketknife – Buck knife.

>STIDHAM: Folds?

>JESSIE: Yeah.

>STIDHAM: About 4 or 5 inches, the whole knife

>JESSIE: Oh, probably about that long. (Indicating)

>STIDHAM: How long was the blade?

>JESSIE: Not counting the ends of it, I would say the blade was about something like that. (Indicating)

>STIDHAM: Six inches or so?

>JESSIE: Without counting the whole thing.

Well, it's highly unlikely to be a folding knife if it's over 6 inches, just the blade. Further he puts the knife in Jason's hand, which is strange, since if you were going to lie you would say Damien had the knife.

Included here are facebook posts by Jason's mother making contradictory statements about the knife.

85c69c  No.12684941

>(((hollywood))) spends 20mil defending three child murderers

>they walk free after torturing and castrating little boys

How much do you wana bet the killers are Jewish?

'''· "A heretic Gentile you may kill outright with your own hands".

Talmud, Abodah Zara, 4b.'''

'''· "Every Jew, who spills the blood of the godless (non-Jews), is doing the same as making a sacrifice to God".

Talmud: Bammidber raba c 21 & Jalkut 772.'''

'''· "When a Jew murders a gentile ("Cuthean"), there will be no death penalty. What a Jew steals from a gentile he may keep".

Sanhedrin 57a .'''

fed857  No.12684942

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>Jessie Misskelley stating the exact location of where the victims left their bikes, a detail only the killers would know.

The victims left their bikes on the other side of the bridge, and did not walk them across. Jessie states repeatedly in his confessions that the boys set down the bikes at the entrance to the location and then walked across the bridge.

An excerpt from defense team expert John Douglas's criminal profile of the crime stating that the victims left their bikes near the bridge where you entered into the crime scene, just like Misskelley stated:

>“It is my opinion the victims came into the woods of Robin Hood Hills by the most common method and that was by crossing the wood and pipe make-shift bridge. It is inconceivable that they carried their bikes across this very narrow width bridge. It is inconceivable that they carried their bikes across this very narrow width bridge. Nor is there any evidence they entered Robin Hood Hills at another location or were killed somewhere else and disposed of in Robin Hood Hills. It required much balance crossing the bridge and the chances of falling off the bridge while carrying their bicycles was high. It is my opinion the victims left their bicycles hidden in the tall grass and weeds before they each walked across the pipe bridge.”

db77e9  No.12684947


my point is that jesse says whack ass shit because he was/is an actual retard and his answers are not consistent and usually follow leading questions from the investigators.

He gives different details of the same events in the different confessions. You cant pick and choose which ones you want to use and discount the rest.

fed857  No.12684978


He's not retarded though. That was a debunked claim, shown to be false at trial. He had previous IQ tests showing that his IQ was in the 80's, and his own expert testified that Jessie was "malingering", meaning he was purposely tanking the IQ test, because his lawyer told him it would help his case. His lawyer even tells him that on camera in the documentary Paradise Lost, telling him it's important for his case to know what level he's functioning at. You're intentionally being deceptive and talking out your ass here trying to use the Jessie was retarded claim as a catch-all.


>MISSKELLEY: I went with them and then I

>DETECTIVE GITCHELL: Now, were you in a car? Whose car were you all in?

>MISSKELLEY: We walked

>DETECTIVE GITCHELL: You all walked?

>MISSKELLEY: Right, we walked and then uh,

>DETECTIVE RIDGE: Where did you go?

>MISSKELLEY: We went up to the Robin Hood

>DETECTIVE RIDGE: You went to the Robin Hood, explain to me where those woods are.

In the above example, Jessie corrects the police and tells them they didn't use a car, they walked to the crime scene, which was true. The location was a short-cut which Damien used to walk to and from Jason Baldwin's house every time the two hung-out, which Damien discussed in his own trial testimony, saying every single time he walked to Jason's house he had to cut through the victim neighborhood and walk on the service road, and that he did this several times a week, every week.

db77e9  No.12684981


>DAVIS: Is there parts of what happened that night that are hard for you to remember?

>MISSKELLEY: Parts, what do you mean?

>DAVIS: I mean are there things that happened that night it is hard or difficult for you to remember? Let me see of I can make you understand. Are there events that took place that night, things that happened that you, that it is somewhat difficult to remember

>MISSKELLEY: I can't remember.

>DAVIS: Were you there when the three (3) boys were killed?

>MISSKELLEY: Yes, I was there.

>DAVIS: I don't have any further.

fed857  No.12684983



More examples.

Here, in this example, Jessie states that when he left the crime scene his clothes were wet and muddy, yet in his confession he was trying to claim that he only witnessed the murders, yet was slipping up admitting he participated:

DETECTIVE GITCHELL: Did you have some blood on your clothes?

MISSKELLEY: I didn’t have no blood on them, I wasn’t, I didn’t get close to them.

DETECTIVE GITCHELL: Were your clothes wet still?

MISSKELLEY: Mm-hmm, they were damp.



e47107  No.12684989

Fuck off, nigger. Shill your fucking blog elsewhere.

fed857  No.12685001


Yet another example of Jessie slipping up, Jessie first starts to say that he beat up the victims, using the word, “I,” then catches himself and says “they.”

Below he describes the beating, pointing out which victims for the detectives using a photo from a newspaper:

>MISSKELLEY: When I was there, I saw Damien hit this one, hit this one boy real bad, and then uh, and then he started screwing them and stuff and then uh,

>DETECTIVE RIDGE: Alright, you got in front of you a picture, that was taken out of the newspaper I believe, it’s got three boys and these are the three boys that were killed on that date in Robin Hood Woods, okay. Which one of those three boys is it you say Damien hit? The third picture (Jessie seems to be affirming this in the background), which will be

>MISSKELLEY: Michael Moore

>DETECTIVE GITCHELL: This boy right here,


>DETECTIVE GITCHELL: Alright, that’s uh the Byers boy,

>MISSKELLEY: Christopher

>DETECTIVE GITCHELL: That’s who you are pointing at?


>DETECTIVE RIDGE: If you read the captions, the grisly slain from left, 8 year old Michael Moore, Steven Branch and Christopher Byers. (Jessie seems to be echoing these names as Ridge speaks). Okay, so you saw Damien strike Chris Byers in the head?


>DETECTIVE RIDGE: What did he hit him with?

>MISSKELLEY: He hit him with his fist and bruised him all up real bad, and then um Jason turned around and hit Steve Branch

Following his conviction, Jessie admitted he was way more involved than he was telling the police, that he was trying to lessen how responsible he was and pin the crimes entirely on Jason and Damien with the hopes of getting off or getting a lesser punishment. He later stated that he and Damien used sticks to both beat the victims and that he knocked Michael Moore unconscious, and was basically the one who killed Moore.

db77e9  No.12685007



nah dawg, dudes a retard.

Again, you are picking and choosing which confessions fit the narrative even though he gave conflicting accounts of how they did it with each confession.

And showing DNA then saying "and therefore Echols could be the source"


yeah, it COULD be his and it COULD be someone elses. COULD is reasonable doubt

fed857  No.12685009


Meant to post this quote also, where Jessie slips up and says that he hit the boys, then catches himself and says "they", meaning his friends and not him:

DETECTIVE RIDGE: Alright, when did they take their clothes off?

MISSKELLEY: Right after I, they beat up all three of them, beat them up real bad

fed857  No.12685038

File: 8365d009a3be3e5⋯.png (86.65 KB, 450x338, 225:169, jessie.png)


Naw dawg, you're the retard.

>DAVIS: This is a text regarding—MMPI Handbook. Show me here what an 82 to 88 T score on the F scale indicates to you in that book.

>WILKINS: Uh, very high.

>DAVIS: Very high?

>WILKINS: Yes. This would not be quite the same because this is for the MMPI rather than the MMPI-2, which changed critera, but it would still be in the high range.

>DAVIS: So when you put in here that that was a mild elevation, that would not be accurate would it?

>WILKINS: No. It would not be. No.

>DAVIS: And then from that statement that it was a mild elevation you interpreted that that could show malingering, right?


>DAVIS: And malingering means what, Doctor?

>WILKINS: It means, uh, making up stuff. Trying to present yourself as being ill when you’re not for some particular gain.

>DAVIS: Did you explain to Jessie what these tests were being performed for?

>WILKINS: We talked some about them in general, yes.

>DAVIS: Ok. And he knew that you were coming to court to testify about the results of these tests?


>DAVIS: And you talked with his lawyers before you took the test or gave him the test?


>DAVIS: And do you know whether he talked with his lawyers that he was gonna take those tests?

>WILKINS: Not that I know of. I don’t know.

>DAVIS: Ok. Well, in your report you said that because of that elevation in that T scale—that 83 score, because of that mild elevation that gave you some concern about malingering?


>DAVIS: But you characterized it as a mild elevation.


>DAVIS: When you characterize it as a significant or very high elevation, it gives you more concern for malingering, doesn’t it?

>WILKINS: Uh, the T value I used the raw scale value, so no. An 83 gives pause for both malingering and for how valid the scale is for a variety of reasons.

His own defense expert, saying Jessie "malingered" and that he purposely tanked the IQ test to try and help his defense. You can read the entire transcript. Jessie's defense team tried to lie about his IQ to help him get off, and the film makers of Paradise Lost knew it was bullshit, but kept saying it anyway.


db77e9  No.12685065


I still think it was a time traveling occult ritual so yeah, i am also retarded.

I do not believe either narrative.

fa4308  No.12685066


Fuck off and eat a baguette Moishe. This shit is interesting, compared to shill infested slide attempts on a predominently catalog viewed hungarian pastry appreciation forum.

fa4308  No.12685070


Elaborate then Time Cop.

Sage for double post.

fed857  No.12685074

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

Video of witnesses against Damien Echols, saying he bragged about doing the murders in front of them. In fact, Damien told lots of people he did the crime. Damien later admitted during an interview from prison that he did in fact confess to the murders, just as the witnesses had said, but claimed it was a joke, after years of himself proclaiming the witnesses as liars. He even testified that they were lying at trial.

Some of his confessions can be read here:


And here:


His defense team also admitted he confessed in the book, Devil's Knot.

“Devil’s Knot” by Mara Leveritt, found on page 139:

>“[Ron Lax’s assistant Gloria] Shettles wrote Damien ‘admitted that prior to arrest he made remarks to various persons when asked about the murders that might be misconstrued.’ However she added, ‘He did not make any remarks in a serious nature although his comments could have been misinterpreted.’ Now that Lax was visiting, he pressed Damien to be more specific. But Damien seemed unwilling or unable to acknowledge to the investigator that he may have hurt his own case. Lax wrote, ‘When I asked him about the numerous references in the police files regarding individuals who say Damien either told them he was responsible, or they overheard Damien say this, he does not answer, but merely sits there and stares.'”

fed857  No.12685113

File: 43bdbf7c0176e8a⋯.jpg (109.94 KB, 594x766, 297:383, writing_1993_07.jpg)

File: fd5b7db4214e055⋯.jpg (113.21 KB, 594x766, 297:383, writing_1993_08.jpg)

File: cdb5daa45843e5d⋯.jpg (110.21 KB, 594x766, 297:383, writing_1993_09.jpg)

File: d7887f7c28a6aeb⋯.jpg (105.95 KB, 594x766, 297:383, writing_1993_10.jpg)

File: 4dcbfe673fbdaca⋯.jpg (105.34 KB, 594x766, 297:383, writing_1993_11.jpg)


Jail house writings by Damien Echols to his defense team, in which he discusses his mental health and world view, including being schizophrenic, and his repeated arrests and being committed to a mental hospital over and over again. He also talks about serious Chris-Chan Interdemensional Merge type shit, saying how he's becoming a god and changing.

fed857  No.12685120

File: 30c33a03489290d⋯.jpg (120.24 KB, 594x766, 297:383, writing_1993_12.jpg)

File: 09ddb8069870cee⋯.jpg (116.98 KB, 594x766, 297:383, writing_1993_13.jpg)

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File: 07e46a85cc4d066⋯.jpg (75.84 KB, 594x766, 297:383, writing_1993_06.jpg)

b282e6  No.12685121

File: 1a5a8b7a59aaab8⋯.png (108.02 KB, 246x299, 246:299, 1a5a8b7a59aaab8143176d9604….png)

File: 51f97208b99cbc3⋯.jpg (129.59 KB, 436x488, 109:122, e50f8d3b5e2ef2188c22948984….jpg)

File: 38f6ad2fd66a1f6⋯.png (293.86 KB, 700x879, 700:879, hoard.png)

>Hollywood jews get exposed as sadistic psychopath child abusers

>Scrambles to get them released and memory holed

>Tells all business partners to support them or they get their dirt released/blackballed by the industry

>Some might know the truth or are just greedy pathetic creatures that wants fame

It's shit like this that convinces me that there does exist a Devil. Thanks OP. But damn does it ruin my day. Damn you Pedowood may fire and brimstone rain upon you one day.

db77e9  No.12685122


I went down the wm3 rabbit hole for years, man. started with the docs. thought they were innocent. looked at all of the other evidence online. I didn't know what to think at that point.

In one of Jesse's interviews he said that he and Damien attended satanic cult meetings with a leader who was an older Damien who had a briefcase containing drugs, guns, and other artifacts.

which that whole story is super strange. but, hey who knows, kid might be just a retard, right?

Well, I read Life After Death (Damiens book) when it came out. In it he said that at one point when he was walking around west Memphis (pre murder) he was shaken when he looked over at a house and saw literally himself but older standing in the doorway.

Damien leaves it at that and doesn't mention it again but I recalled what Jesse had said in that interview during one of my deep digs. Which I found it way more than just a coincidence. I took it as a nod from Damien either to Jess's confession of the satanic club or- to the truth that he is a time traveling satanic occultist.

Also, Damien was hanging out with Johnny Depp when that dude died on the set of The Lone Ranger. Which there were also multiple sightings of Fireballs in the sky on the same night as the death.


I want to believe my own spooky narrative rather than everyone else's equally spooky narrative because we won't know the truth so i just made my own.

fed857  No.12685346

File: 6f32e161c003b20⋯.png (375.58 KB, 510x653, 510:653, damien skulls.png)

File: 50755f64f142525⋯.jpg (102.56 KB, 1056x671, 96:61, damien art.jpg)

File: ad66efc60a09de5⋯.png (311.15 KB, 636x2098, 318:1049, Damien Vampire Convo.png)

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>In one of Jesse's interviews he said that he and Damien attended satanic cult meetings with a leader who was an older Damien who had a briefcase containing drugs, guns, and other artifacts.

Jessie attended some wicca shit with Damien and Damien's friends. Damien and his ex-girlfriend Deanna Holcomb had been into Wicca big time, but Jessie wasn't involved in it in any way.

Jessie however probably invented the story as an explanation for how he knew that Damien and Jason were the killers, without admitting that he was involved. Initially Jessie just kept telling the police that he knew Jason and Damien were guilty, when the police pressed him, he mentioned the meeting. When they pressed him more he said they they invited him along for the murders in a phone call. And then said he knew they did it because after the murders they called him again, saying they did it.

Jessie was involved, but was trying to lie his way out of trouble, and needed explainations, the cult stuff came up because the police were questioning him about what Vickie Hutchison said, claiming that Jessie had taken her and Damien to an Esbat, which never happened. He and Vickie though did try to get Damien to talk about the murders, and he had driven with Vickie and picked up Damien one day, and went with her a second time and tried to pick up Damien again in an attempt to get him to talk about the killings.

>Damien leaves it at that and doesn't mention it again but I recalled what Jesse had said

It's a coincidence. Jessie was likely trying to describe a friend of Damien's named Murray Farris, who was really into Wicca and hung around with Damien and his ex-girlfriend Deanna Holcomb. Farris liked to dye his hair and wore a pentagram necklace.

The crime itself likely had nothing to do with the occult, though Damien is very much into the occult.

fed857  No.12685439

File: 8a49293db993e05⋯.jpeg (24.71 KB, 624x351, 16:9, Michael Baden.jpeg)

File: 5a45f26a8b55b74⋯.jpg (44.87 KB, 600x400, 3:2, werner spitz.jpg)

File: d85258342107425⋯.png (669.42 KB, 1225x687, 1225:687, vincentdimaio.png)

Ok, so here I'm gonna discuss the defense claims that knife wounds on the victims were animal predation.

The defense had hired several very famous forensic pathologists, and then ran to the press claiming their allegations about predation were true, and saying that they couldn't be wrong because of the sheer number of paid experts they had hired, hiring many very famous pathologists attached to other famous trials, trying to argue the claims by consensus in the press rather than fact in court.

The three major experts that they hired with the help of director, Peter Jackson, were Michael Baden, famous for having his own HBO tv series, American Autopsy, and for working for OJ Simpson's defense team, claiming OJ is innocent. They also hired Werner Spitz who was famous for his work on Casey Anthony's defense team. A third hired expert was Vincent Di Maio, who made numerous claims in favor of of the defense's animal predation claims in the movie West of Memphis, only to shit on his own claims in the movie in a recent book he wrote, where he now says he's unsure of guilt or innocence, seeming to say that the defense team left out a bunch of facts in the case and saying that he had to google a bunch of information online.

The defense had apparently concocted the theory that animals had done the injuries because Fran Walsh, the wife of Peter Jackson had invented the theory in order to try and discredit Jessie Misskelley's confessions, by saying that there was never any knife wounds. It's stated that Peter Jackson's wife, Fran Walsh and her attorney invented the theory in John Douglas's book, "Law & Disorder".

From Law & Disorder, by John Douglas-

>“Experiments clearly demonstrated that the bite marks on all three bodies corresponded exactly with test bites inflicted by alligator snapping turtles. Interestingly, it was our personal attorney, Steve Mark, who first discussed this possibility with Fran Walsh, simply by speculating about other alternatives to the court testimony and researching the types of animal predators indigenous to the area. Steve and Fran developed the idea over a series of emails.”

6f293a  No.12685449

How is this /pol/ related?

fed857  No.12685470

File: 08a682d5978a191⋯.jpg (31.75 KB, 329x499, 329:499, dimaio.jpg)


How's it not?

>It's current, mentioned by numerous sites recently in regards to True Detective, and People Magazine is shilling the innocence of a child killer.

>Armies of celebrities openly defending child killers.

>Deals with politics such as criminal justice.

>Is politically incorrect, and about how leftist lib-shits glommed onto three child killers just to vilify the South and Christians.

Again, how is not /pol/?

6eaad2  No.12685510


Probably the connections to ritual murder and Satanism and Hollywood's over-the-top, laser beam focus on getting this specific case overturned – because Hollywood, and judaism, is centrally based on ritual murder and child sacrifice.

fed857  No.12685520

File: ae4e2d45de6c736⋯.png (192.49 KB, 525x311, 525:311, Turtle bite.png)

File: aa299774bd6346b⋯.jpg (52.48 KB, 448x672, 2:3, 20631565_10212197674448609….jpg)

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Addressing Vincent Di Maio, he did not testify at any of the appeals hearings, but participated in the documentary West of Memphis, in which he ran his mouth claiming there was clear evidence of predation, only to later walk back his claims in a book he published shortly there after. In the book he says that he wasn't actually familiar with the crime nor the facts of the crime and had afterwords read more about it online, changing his opinion on several things and now thought that the WM3 might be guilty.

Page 225, where he says that the staged and edited video montage of a turtle eating was the defense's big proof of their claims, and says it's his excuse for why he said the things he did:

>” The makers of the 2012 documentary, West of Memphis, tested the theory. They released several snapping turtles, like those found in the West Memphis area, near a pig carcass. The wounds they inflicted in a very short time looked nearly identical to the wounds I saw in the autopsy photos, wounds that investigators and prosecutors attributed to a serrated-blade knife and occult rituals.”

From page 229 of his book where he now seems to want everyone to disregard what he said about the case:

>” Trying to slog through the rest of the West Memphis Three case is like wading in the filthy ditch of the Robin Hood woods. It’s murky and impossible to gain a secure foothold. Collecting facts is made especially treacherous by misinformation and disinformation, recantations, conjecture, bad journalism, Internet trolling, ‘new evidence’ submitted by partisans, armchair sleuthing from a thousand mothers’ basements, and the usual internet noise. Every account is sliced and diced, parsed into oblivion by zealous fans and foes seeking only the pieces that fit a puzzle they’ve already solved. This case stands now as both an example of everything that’s right and wrong with our system of crime and punishment. Confusion reigns.”

From page 230 of Di Maio's book:

>” All I know is that in those grim photos, I saw reasonable doubt. It isn’t that I believe, as some do passionately, that Echols, Baldwin, and Misskelley didn’t kill those children. They are good suspects. But when I look closely at the evidence with almost forty years of forensic experience, I believe the police and prosecutors didn’t prove it beyond a reasonable doubt.”

Di Maio basically was trying to walk back everything he said, and at numerous times admitted that the evidence seemed to point all toward Echols as the killer, even saying in the book that Jessie Misskelley's statements matched the crime.

The first photo included here is a heavily blown up and cropped autopsy photo that the West of Memphis film makers used, which Di Maio was saying looked similar. However, it's actually part of a larger injury that stretches across Stevie Branch's face and busted his lips open from a beating, with some speculation it was from his face being stomped on. During an appeals hearing it was testified that Stevie was alive when the injury was inflicted due to evidence of it being anit-mortem, and not post-mortem, all meaning he was alive when the injury was inflicted, and therefore could not be animal predation. There was also no turtles found in the ditch when the police drained it, creating further doubt.

Second and third photos are full injuries without being cropped and blown up allowing for actual context. The final photo is the demonstration turtle bite from the documentary West of Memphis.

fed857  No.12685535


Also when replying to this post I attached the cover of Di Maio's book, in case anyone was wonder what book I was referencing.


fed857  No.12685555

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.


Werner Spitz was one of the two experts who actually testified during the appeals, and seemed to have been hired to completely change how the crimes had occurred for the sake of discrediting Jessie's confessions, because they matched the evidence. Spitz was most notable for his work as a hired gun for defense teams being accused of being a paid expert in the Casey Anthony trial, where he famously got Anthony off, claiming that maybe the police or someone else had wrapped the tape over her daughter's mouth and therefore Anthony was innocent.

Spitz claimed wild dogs made most of the injuries, including the injuries caused by the beatings, saying the dogs grabbed the boys in their mouths and bashed their skulls on rocks. He did this because he was trying to discredit the recovered murder weapons as evidence, Three large sticks found with the bodies, which the killers had apparently handled.

>Spitz on the head injuries:

>“My interpretation of the injuries to the head was that first, there is no evidence of bleeding in the brain. My interpretation is that they may have been handled by large animals, shaken around.”

>“The injuries that I saw are entirely consistent and compatible with animal predation and the shaking of the bodies by an animal. The injuries to the face, to the head, the degloving of the penis, the tearing off of the scrotum, those injuries are not man-made.”

745564  No.12685559

File: 9d63dfe26a15775⋯.gif (473.9 KB, 500x383, 500:383, 1539102731880.gif)

This is a good redpill for the new show coming out.

I don't watch TV/Movies but I know everyone else does, and it will be a very nice feeling pointing out the Hollywood bullshit movie and actual facts didn't add up

RIP 3 little white dudes

bda95c  No.12685590


Your theory is plausible. Definitely not a blackpill.

Saying someone did pay these 3 to perform a blood sacrifice. They either pull strings to free them or get exposed. Assuming these guys were smart enough to stash some proof.

fed857  No.12685608

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.


The third expert, Michael Baden, who also testified, was brought on in an attempt to bolster Werner Spitz's claims. He also tried to attack the credibility of Dr. Frank Peretti, one of the pathologists who conducted the autopsies, saying that because he never got accredited anything he says should be dismissed, despite that none of Peretti's other autopsies, of which he's done hundreds have ever been called into question. To top it off, Dr. William Sturner, a personal friend of Baden's had actually over seen the autopsies of the three victims in the case, and accused Baden of using unscientific reasoning for his claims of predation. Baden had said he knew they were predation, simply because he just knew, that he had no scientific basis for his reasoning.

Testimony from Michael Baden during the appeals:

>Q] And, uh, was this conclusion something that you had to study the photos for a long time in order to make sure, or is this something that just sort of jumped out at you, or how would you charaqcterize it?

>A] No, it was looking at your grandmother. You know it’s your grandmother – – it’s either your grandmother or not. It’s looking at the photos, uh, these look very much like postmortem animal activity. I had that opinion very quickly.

Baden also said that he wasn't familiar with all the evidence and said he hadn't even seen the luminol photos when formulating his opinions.

Included along with this is a video of Michael Baden getting BTFO by Tucker Carlson on the OJ Simpson case, since Baden often appears on Fox, so Tucker had him on to discuss OJ and called him out for being a lying cock sucker.

fed857  No.12685620

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

Looks like the old Tucker Carlson video clip is gone, so here's the full episode. Enjoy the Tucking. It happens within the first 5 minutes.

fed857  No.12685639

File: f33eff8ad28f9f5⋯.png (116.39 KB, 1073x565, 1073:565, shoe lace1.png)

File: 64331737831999e⋯.jpg (18 KB, 242x184, 121:92, lace.jpg)

File: 429ee17f6e66c8c⋯.png (44.94 KB, 796x508, 199:127, shoe lace.png)



Now, all this being said, here's counter evidence. There was proof that there was a knife involved in the crime beyond any reasonable doubt, as one of the shoe laces to bind the victims had been cut in half and used to create to of the ligatures. In fact a full shoe lace was found still intact in one of the recovered shoes from one of the victims, meaning there were 7 shoe laces at the crime scene instead of 6, because one of the 6 shoe laces had been cut in half to make two of the ligatures used to bind the boys.

This first image shows notes from the crime lab stating this possibility and shows a photo of the shoe with a lace still intact. The second photo shows a frayed lace at autopsy, indicating it was cut in half. And the third photo is a defense team document stating that a knife was used to cut the lace in half.

bda95c  No.12685644


The evidence always seems to mount… then goes away. My guess is… they throw money at (((the problem))).

Hollywood pedos are like space aliens… the closer you get to a source, the more shilling and disinfo you find.

I imagine a good cover-up was possible in the past. Not as much wiggle-room in the information age. We'll see.

Assuming we don't lose our free speech to globalism. Outing President Xi for ordering a ritual child killing won't improve your social credit score in 2020, in other words.

e6e4bf  No.12685662

3 weirdo wiccans wandering the woods and 3 little boys get murdered and castrated. Must have been snapping turtles. This world is sick how is this Echols degen still breathing

fed857  No.12685665

File: 521665e65c7a516⋯.jpg (10.95 KB, 476x463, 476:463, diagram.jpg)

File: d86f647c0ada708⋯.jpg (34.97 KB, 540x960, 9:16, 20623795_10212197668968472….jpg)

File: b1d5a3e7661e139⋯.jpg (26.47 KB, 223x414, 223:414, Knife hilt.jpg)

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Some diagrams with helping to understand the injuries from the knife in the death of Chris Byers.

First image is the diagram with the knife. Second is some cuts on his right inner thigh, which look like dots, with a cut, then an open space, then a cut, then an open space, just like the saw on the back of the knife. The third image is a possible knife hilt impression in his abdomen. And the fourth are knife slashes to his inner left thigh/buttock region which are claimed to be animal scratches in West of Memphis. The image itself is photographed from underneath his body with him rolled over.

So, the dots on the right thigh were caused by the saw on the back of the knife, while the slashes on the left thigh were from the actual front of the knife as it was plunging between his legs and slicing into his thigh, and the mark on his abdomen was from the actual hilt/guard region of the knife handle.

fed857  No.12685706

File: fddca05c3bea898⋯.jpg (11.93 KB, 768x374, 384:187, demonstration.jpg)

File: 3b8e53945b56686⋯.jpg (18.72 KB, 722x388, 361:194, demonstration3.jpg)

File: 0ef98925828b073⋯.jpg (90.99 KB, 787x436, 787:436, comparisonchrisbyers.jpg)

File: 2aad3777f2a6508⋯.jpg (90.32 KB, 815x465, 163:93, comparisonchrisbyers2.jpg)


First photo here is a re-enactment of the castration, with clothes on obviously, but just showing how it all worked using an exact duplicate of the murder weapon, the same exact brand, make, and model of knife. The knife easily makes contact with the right thigh with the back of the knife's saw section, and the front of the knife sliding under the buttock of the person in the photo.

Second photo is the back of the knife digging into the leg.

Third are other re-enactment demonstrations, with the first being pressing the saw portion of the knife into your arm to see the impression in the skin.

Fourth image is some scrapes with the actual front blade portion compared to the actual injuries on Byers' left thigh/buttock.

Prosecutor Brent Davis giving his closing arguments on the knife at trial:

>“The other thing to keep in mind is– and John didn’t mention this, but remember this knife has two cutting surfaces. It’s got one here and it’s got this serrated portion back here. Now, the ripping type injuries you see on the children are on the inside of the thighs and the back of the thighs and the inside of the buttocks. Ok. When this surface is being used to remove the genitals and the knife is worked in and they’re trying to remove the genitals this back surface is what’s going to be coming in contact with the inside of the thigh and the back of the buttocks. The knife that you were shown over here, the Byers knife, it has but one cutting surface. If they’re using that knife to remove the genitals, then the back of that knife has no cutting surface at all and wouldn’t leave any marks on the inside of the leg or the back of the leg. And I ask you to go back there and look at this and think, when you look at those photographs and where those injuries are–think of how this knife is used, and I know it’s not pleasant. But think of it and then look at where those marks are and how they match up with this particular size of blade.”

fed857  No.12685786

File: 5fdeac94d818349⋯.png (272.86 KB, 1077x464, 1077:464, virgin Damien vs Chad Hobb….png)

File: 43e75d482efb635⋯.png (61.33 KB, 585x235, 117:47, damien trump.png)

File: 9ae9c13b51ff46e⋯.png (13.42 KB, 589x134, 589:134, Damien Trump3.png)

File: b192d17042b2bbd⋯.png (258.12 KB, 603x438, 201:146, damien trump4.png)

File: 488c3a1de200a6a⋯.png (192.32 KB, 583x490, 583:490, Damien tweets.png)


He teaches people classes on the occult.


He even has a patreon. Patreon doesn't deplatform you if you rape and murder kids.


He also really hates Drumph!

77a684  No.12685793


Those poor fucking children.

May their murderers burn for eternity.

e6e4bf  No.12685797


This is why I have no faith in our people. Nobody’s left this guy braindead and he’s out in the public. Great parents and siblings those kids must have had.

f69e94  No.12685840

File: 4b51615851c626f⋯.gif (154.71 KB, 320x245, 64:49, 2F11BA1C-990A-4956-A1E6-F9….gif)

Damien Echols has done himself no favors by being an occultist celebrity replete with edgy living in Salem, cashing in on his books and art.

While there is no smoking gun, the fact that each boy was tied up with different style of knots was indicative of a different person doing the tying. While someone with clever forethought could have done this, it would unlikely.

The WM3 are absolutely guilty, IMO.

aa3ac7  No.12685863


If they did that (((the most honorable))) would sentence them to life along niggers, and of course then kikewood would keep quiet.

Somebody suicidal should smash Damiens head in with a motherfucking rock, he is a textbook psychopath, a cancer cell to any people, probably why holly loves him so much.

e6e4bf  No.12685883


Try using your brain power to not make it obvious enough to get caught

af6211  No.12685908


>'''· "Every Jew, who spills the blood of the godless (non-Jews), is doing the same as making a sacrifice to God".


>Talmud: Bammidber raba c 21 & Jalkut 772.'''


So was Communism a means to not only consolidate power for Jews, but also mass sacrifice?

aa3ac7  No.12685917


Easier said than done, most murders are solved through victim-perpetrator contacts.

This whole court system is flawed and corrupt and it isnt doing what it is supposed to do. Why can some rich fucks from across the country influence the trial like this? Equal my ass.

Fuck laywers, fuck judges and fuck their paid shills and fuck everyone who is making off this scheme. Lynchings are more just than this unpredictable lottery.

af6211  No.12685918

So did the whole mocking of the satanic panic have to do with something like this?

ddac93  No.12685925

You're stupid, I already paid for the electricity.

4f635b  No.12685938

af6211  No.12685959


So are people speculating that the necklaces was made out of one shoe laces?

65ddc5  No.12685977

File: 3e2ae83d748c291⋯.jpg (99.98 KB, 962x670, 481:335, Nightmare_Vision.jpg)



Good thread. Getting some solid redpills dispensed here. I can feel some anons putting on the nightmare vision goggles and having a look at how bad things really are.

So. . . does anybody have enough of the old spirit to do something about these guys? Even if it's just to frustrate the kikes who paid so much virtuebucks to get their pet child-torturers out of the slammer?

3d9b43  No.12685997


you do , you will shit post to the end I have hope

dubs confirm

fucking get life pussy

e89b8f  No.12686004


af6211  No.12686009

Hey, King of the Hill had a Satanic cult episode where bobby hill attempted to drink dog blood.

65ddc5  No.12686034


>King of the Hill

Fun fact about Mike Judge. I briefly knew his Jewish ex-girlfriend. She was half his age and one of those mischlings with natural blond hair. Apparently he likes his girls with bruises on them and is into some dark shit at home.

It's to be expected though. Everybody who goes near the elephant's foot of degeneracy that was Sumner Redstone gets cancer of the soul eventually.

fed857  No.12686037

File: 74e2d7db626eeab⋯.jpg (37.03 KB, 448x672, 2:3, 20623955_10212197677488685….jpg)

File: 97d0ec93fb7a361⋯.jpg (88.32 KB, 634x400, 317:200, hand prints.jpg)




More evidence of the castration.

The first photo is fingernail marks over Chris Byers' mouth, indicating that someone tried to muffle his screams, by shoving their hand over his mouth.

Second photo is human hand prints on the right thigh of Christopher Byers, showing that someone forcibly held his legs open.

>DAVIS: Ok. And at that point, what was Jason doing at that time ?

>MISSKELLEY: Yea, he pulled one of the boys pants down, got on top of'm and started swinging.

>DAVIS: Ok. when you say he started swinging, what do you mean?

>MISSKELLEY: He started swinging his arm.

>DAVIS: Around his, can you show me what you mean by that?

>MISSKELLEY: He was coming like this.

>DAVIS: Like hitting'm?

>MISSKELLEY: Yeah. Like, like, like a like swinging

>DAVIS: Ok. Was the boy lying face down or face up?


>DAVIS: Ok. And did Jason have anything in his hands at that point.

>MISSKELLEY: He had a knife.

>DAVIS: Ok. Where was, was he actually hitting'm with the knife or with his fist ?

>MISSKELLEY: blade was open.

>DAVIS: Ok. Could you see where he, was he cutting the boy?

>MISSKELLEY: No, he was like this swinging the knife at his legs.

>DAVIS: Ok. Could you see, did you ever see one of the boys get cut with the knife?

>MISSKELLEY: After he cut through with'm then I noticed what'd he done.

>DAVIS: What did you see?

>MISSKELLEY: I saw that boy you know missing

>DAVIS: If you worried when you saw that, describe to me what you saw Jason do and what you saw happened?

>MISSKELLEY: Well when he was doing that I seen blood fly.

>DAVIS: Ok. Well did he, where'd the blood go?

>MISSKELLEY: Grass, I mean not grass but weeds, like <..inaudible> sling around.

>DAVIS: What'd the boy do when that happened?

>MISSKELLEY: He started hollering. And Jason put his shirt over his mouth.

fed857  No.12686052

File: 3b72829584965d2⋯.jpg (48.49 KB, 450x299, 450:299, Chris and stevie1.jpg)

File: 24ce2ff7b87db48⋯.jpg (59.74 KB, 450x329, 450:329, ditch bank.jpg)

File: 8eac3dbe89fd6d7⋯.jpg (169.38 KB, 525x800, 21:32, bodies.jpg)


Another confession he gave to his lawyer Dan Stidham describing what it looked like watching Chris Byers be castrated.

Photo included is where the castration is believed to have taken place, right next to the water.

Second photo is another view. Chris and Stevie were being murdered on the ditch bank next to those three trees growing together in the middle of the photo. They were killed right in that spot where the cops are standing and trampling on, unaware that's where he bled to death.

Third photo, the police placed two of the bodies back on the spot when they pulled them from the water, because Chris and Stevie's bodies were dragged into the water after by the killers and shoved into the water next to the near-by ditch.

>STIDHAM: Tell me how it happened. What did you see?

>MISSKELLEY: I just seen Jason on top of him and that little boy was still squirming, and next thing I know I just saw a hand come flying like this, that's all.

>STIDHAM: Did he do anything else after he cut it off?

>MISSKELLEY: He slung something. I don’t know if it was a knife or that little boy's penis or what.

>STIDHAM: Where was the little boy laying when this happened? On the bank of the creek? Or was he in the water when this happened? Or up on the service road?

>MISSKELLEY: No he wasn't laying in the water, he was laying on the bank by the water, he wasn't laying in no water.

>STIDHAM: Blood went everywhere? Is that what you told the officers?

>MISSKELLEY: That's what I told them, but I just seen blood, you know.

>STIDHAM: Where did he throw it?

>MISSKELLEY: I don't know, I just seen him sling his hand. I don't know if it was the knife or - that boy's penis -

>STIDHAM: What did they do with the blood?

>MISSKELLEY: Wiped if off in, you know, in water and stuff, real good.

>STIDHAM: Did Jason have blood on him?

>MISSKELLEY: I imagine so.

af6211  No.12686053


You're doing a lot of good work.


Ever consider creating a wiki?

fed857  No.12686064


I run a blog and occasionally post it on 4chan. This is the first time I'm posting about it here on 8chan, because I don't really like the direction 4chan's been going the past number of months.


The blog functions a bit in that fashions as sort of a reference tool which people can easily access, that I figured I'd compile one day, since so much material is out there espousing defense theories, that I wanted there to be pro-guilt talking points with easy access in an easy to digest format, and done so for free. I readily encourage anyone to disseminate my material, and make wikis or whatever, just as long as the facts get out there.

af6211  No.12686083


The problem is we don't have a wiki so a lot of this good information just gets forgotten.

fed857  No.12686120


I'd contribute and edit content if someone wanted to make one, but I don't think I'd want to make one alone, as compiling just the blog material by myself was a labor to begin with and I did a little bit of footwork gathering some original content you couldn't find anywhere else, such as screen shots of Jason's mom making contradictory statements regarding the knife that the police recovered behind Jason Baldwin's trailer in a private facebook group. Other such content included the autopsy photos, which I had to talk to a lot of people to obtain good quality versions of uncensored, so people wouldn't have to rely on cropped and blown up photos that the pro-defense documentaries put out there. Instead allowing you to see and judge them with your own eyes. I also acquired an exact duplicate of the murder weapon, which I tracked down on ebay for $100 and did some reenactment photos to demonstrate the prosecution's claims, which nobody had ever really done before.

b538e4  No.12686129

File: 151c256d315a713⋯.jpg (66.6 KB, 554x527, 554:527, all i feel is rage.jpg)


They got the wrong Michael Moore, FUCK.

ddac93  No.12686139

When you listen to Jewish versions of Angelic lore, there's no way Nephilim could have ever existed.

Therefore, Jewish renditions are false.

fed857  No.12686151

File: 499c7adb1d211d5⋯.jpg (187.78 KB, 990x763, 990:763, luminol.jpg)

File: e5ca2b3e22bbb6c⋯.jpg (130.58 KB, 800x518, 400:259, crime_scene_53.jpg)

File: 97d1794d225f858⋯.jpg (39.86 KB, 525x419, 525:419, three sticks.jpg)


There was lots of evidence of more than one killer present at the crime scene:

>Three different types of knots used to bind the victims.

>The bodies were found in two different locations in the ditch, with Michael Moore's body found 28 ft away from the bodies of Chris Byers and Stevie Branch.

>Three sticks found at the crime scene used to weigh down the clothing and bodies, that the killers hand handled, with a shirt from one of the victims wrapped around one of the sticks by the killers.

First image is a police drawing showing where the bodies were found, along with distance between the bodies, and where human blood was found. The site was a bloodbath with blood on both sides of the ditch, indicating that Chris Byers and Steve Branch were murdered on one ditch bank on one side of the ditch, and Michael Moore beaten to death by Jessie Misskelley on the other side of the ditch, 28 ft away.

4f635b  No.12686387


Hello, I'm Peter Jackson, and I see turtle hill on the detective map, so turtles must have done this.

78becd  No.12686593

One of the only positives to kids staying inside more these days is that kikes can't do this shit to them.

c3ef94  No.12686728

File: 370068ce3bc25e7⋯.jpg (53.06 KB, 666x906, 111:151, Hate.jpg)


Got to say, it's true.

Anyone who kills these three monsters will be a hero, regardless of what the "justice" system does to them.

anyone got a list of the "celebrities" that got these vermin out of jail?

4f635b  No.12686732


They just rape them at school.

c3ef94  No.12686749

File: de147a9387030fb⋯.jpg (34.89 KB, 525x295, 105:59, Image1.jpg)


What they did to those children will be done to them, for eternity. And they will feel every emotion and pain they inflicted, forever, over and over again.

Nothing can save them from this, there is no redemption, not in Christ, not from demons, not at all.

That was always a lie.

107cbf  No.12686756


Pretty sure these are the ones that Manson and Depp got matching satanic tattoos with after they got let off.

At this point laying waste to any film set or promoted celebrity would probably do more good than bad, certainly seems that way.

af6211  No.12687090

bump da bump

633de9  No.12687389

File: 9fcfcc8dc8c5365⋯.jpg (284.19 KB, 650x1022, 325:511, Couv_275699.jpg)

File: 0356732776aab66⋯.jpg (314.88 KB, 800x1230, 80:123, PlancheA_275699.jpg)

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File: 9c5e5106b9fe278⋯.jpg (96.53 KB, 500x775, 20:31, Daredevil_Redemption_Vol_1….jpg)

File: 2a2b5f5c5739624⋯.jpg (223.88 KB, 892x701, 892:701, 2010_04_Redemption2.jpg)


even Marvel Comics got in on the propaganda parade back in 2005 through a writer named David Hine and editor Axel Alonso

<Daredevil: Redemption

<In the small, God-fearing town of Redemption Valley, a young boy's body is found dead and mutilated. Is it a ritualistic killing? The local bad boy, Joel Flood, is arrested and put in jail. A black-garbed, "devil-worshipping" metalhead, he must be guilty…or is he? Enter Matt Murdock, J.D. for the defense.

Don't know whether to thank you for the memories, but here's a bump.

764458  No.12687403

He was murdered by a homeless Nigger and almost got away with framing it on 3 white kids. Fuck off

8c6e5a  No.12687522


Yeah just because they bragged and confessed in detail several times doesn't mean they did it. Besides, hollywood jews defended them! Clearly that means they must be also be good, innocent people, just like the Jews in Hollywood.

c25d42  No.12687713


This. If it happened today those kids would of all gone away for life, the whole thing stank to high heaven of some kind of cover up. Now they have learned to just not report on violence inflected against whites

8c6e5a  No.12687752


How do explain them bragging and multiple confessions then? How do you explain hollywood jews defending white men? When have jews ever defended innocent white men just out of the kindness of their hearts?

8c6e5a  No.12687827


I've been wanting to make a good /pol/ tier wiki for years, but I'm still trying to work out the details. I've come up with ways to solve the main issues of quality control and preventing subversion in general, even while maintaining a solid reputation, and even to normies. However, solving those problems oy leads to new problems. I'm afraid it would work a little too well and gain too much attention too fast, and that I'd end up in over my head fighting kikes to keep it and myself alive. I can design and code it, but I'm not prepared for the legal, financial, and security ramifications of success. Polite sage for off topic.

fed857  No.12688201

File: d2bb1528df3b242⋯.jpg (71.65 KB, 640x830, 64:83, ted bundy.jpg)

File: dc92edd10c501b9⋯.jpg (87.02 KB, 640x830, 64:83, damien demons.jpg)

File: 8f7853e95acb2a8⋯.jpg (59.65 KB, 640x835, 128:167, damien mental health.jpg)

File: 1c0fbcedf02a3a6⋯.jpg (31.73 KB, 640x824, 80:103, baby murder.JPG)

File: ac6e2d5f1b3a941⋯.jpg (92.05 KB, 640x830, 64:83, damien mental health socip….jpg)

Included here are some of the case documents about Damien.

>First up is a mental health document from when he was confined to a mental hospital in the year before the murders. In it he says how he could be another "Ted Bundy" or "Charles Manson", and says how some day "people will remember me."

Second document is another mental health file.

>In this document, Damien says how he likes to drink blood from his sexual partners, and that drinking blood gives him power and makes him feel like a god. He also says that he has an entity living inside him, a spirit that decided to become part of him, and that he doesn't believe there's a God, but believes in demons, and says he's into demonology, and communicates with demons and spirits.

Third document-

>In this one, it discusses how Damien got in trouble while in Juvenal jail in the year prior to the murders for attacking another boy, who had a cut on his arm. Damien grabbed the boy's arm and started sucking the blood from it and drinking it.

4th image-

>This is a drawing of a baby being sacrificed, which the police found in Damien's room a year before the murders.

5th image-

>Another mental health document used in the year before the murder for when he applied for Social Security, stating that he was a homicidal and suicidal schizophrenic sociopath.

fed857  No.12688249

File: 664c74058fe9a0c⋯.jpg (134.31 KB, 740x980, 37:49, damien polygraph.jpg)


I almost posted this because it was so crazy how far the propaganda went when it came to the media and the West Memphis Three. They have have talking points in there, such as giving the town a Christian sounding name, and saying that Damien was picked on for being a goth in the South, which wasn't true. They even have in that one comic page Damien's talking points for why he claims he failed a police polygraph that they gave him 5 days into the investigation. Damien claims he he has a condition that makes his heart beat irregularly and therefore it's why he failed.

The included image is his polygraph results.

>The document says that after he was told he failed he stopped denying he did the murders and was ready to confess, but said he'd only do so if they let him talk to his mom first. So, after they let him talk to his mom, he got control of himself again, and he said he wasn't confessing and just went home.

Notes from Damien's police interview right before taking the polygraph. In the notes he gives details about the murders that no other suspect had ever mentioned, which was not in any media account at the time. He also tries to steer the investigation, telling the police how there was only one killer, because if there were more than one, someone would rat out his accomplices.

















000000  No.12688306


Most fucked up shit, i have read in a while. Jews push their release, because it helps their agenda of destroying white society.

"God will punish these monsters, but even God needs people who do his work."

Educate your kid on self defense, so that they fight for their live right from the beginning


3999b7  No.12688385

>christcucks vs burnouts

The only thing that makes this newsworthy is it wasn't niggers for once.

fed857  No.12688435

File: 038ac8f5e7534db⋯.png (590.82 KB, 587x608, 587:608, crowley.png)


Part 1 of Damien's trial testimony in which he was asked about his statements to police about the murders.

>Q. Now, you testified yesterday about the questions that were asked to you on the questionnaire. Do you remember who asked you those questions?

>A. I think it was Detective Ridge.

>Q. Okay. And he asked to you on question 3, "Why would someone do this?" Do you remember him asking you that?

>A. Uh-huh.

>Q. Okay. And your response was that the person was sick or a satanist, is that correct?

>A. He asked me was it possible if they could be a satanist, and I said, "Yeah, I guess."

>Q. Okay. So it's your testimony that you didn't say that the person was sick or a satanist, that Mr. Ridge, the officer, is the one who made those statements and you just agreed?

>A. That's correct.

>Q. Okay. So, those weren't your words? Officer Ridge was talking about a satanist, not you?

>A. Right.

>Q. Okay. Now, on question number 9 when he asked you how you think they died and the answer is, "Mutilation, cut up all three, heard they were in the water drowning, cut up one more than the others." Is that again what Officer Ridge said and you just agreed?

>A. No, I had saw that on TV, newspapers, people talking.

>Q. And you knew about the drowning, correct?

>A. I knew they were in the water. I didn't know that they drowned.

>Q. You knew that one was cut up more than the others?


>A. Whenever they were asking me about mutilation, I thought different from mutilation. What I call mutilation was different from what I seen up here.

>Q. I was asking about one being cut up more than the 3 others.

>A. He asked me was it possible. He said, "Do you think one was hurt worse than the others?" I said, "Yeah, I guess."

>Q. Oh, so again that particular area was one of those things where Officer Ridge told you and that wasn't your response? You just responded about the drowning and mutilation?

>A. If he didn't get the answer he liked, he would go back and try to get me to say something else.

>Q. And it is your testimony specifically that you weren't the one who said one was cut up more than the other?

>A. No, I did not.

>Q. That was Officer Ridge that said that?

>A. I agreed with him when he said that.

>Q. Okay. But the other parts of that answer were your words, not Mr. Ridge's?

>A. (Indicating)

>Q. Question number 11, "How do you think the person feels that did this?" The answer was, "Probably makes them feel good, gives them power." Now, I guess Officer Ridge said that, too?

>A. No, I used common sense on that. If someone was doing it, then they must have wanted to. And if they were doing something they wanted to, it must have made them happy. I don't think they were doing it because someone forced them to or because they didn't want to.

>Q. So in your mind the person that killed these three kids, it is common sense that killing three eight-year-olds would make you feel good?

>A. Whoever did it, it must have.

>Q. Okay. And it gives them power. That's also another common sense perspective from you?

>A. Pretty much.

>Q. Now, when you say, "gives them power," is that based on what you have read in these books?

>A. No, it had nothing to do with that, just the crime itself.

>Q. Killing three eight-year-olds gives you power. I don't understand that. Explain that to me.

>A. They probably thought, well, that they were like overcoming other humans or something.

>Q. Now, on question number 19, he asked you, "Had you ever wondered what it would be like to kill someone even if you didn't go through with it?" And your response, did you respond by saying, "Gosh, I never thought about killing anybody?"

>A. I don't remember what I said.

>Q. Did you tell him you never thought about killing people?

>A. I don't remember.

>Q. The response was – let's see if I can read your writing –

>MR. PRICE: Judge, we object, your Honor. That is not my client's writing.

>MR. DAVIS: Okay. Your Honor, I can't read Officer Sudbury's writing.

>Q. You responded to him that whatever you do can come back to you three times over?

>A. Three times as bad or as good.

>Q. And where did you get that statement? That was your remark, right?

>A. Right.

>Q. Is that something that you learned when you were practicing to be a Catholic?

>A. No.

>Q. Where did you pick that up?

>A. I don't remember. I guess I've just heard it all my life.

>Q. Now, Officer Ridge has that when you were asked these questions that you say, "It was a thrill kill." Is that your words?

>A. He asked me what did I think could be the possible motivation.

fed857  No.12688442

Part 2

>Q. Okay. And you indicated a thrill kill, is that right?

>A. Right.

>Q. Or a satanic act?

>A. Right.

>Q. And also it says in here that there was a number of three victims, and it was symbolic because three is a special number in some of these religions. Is that

your response?

>A. No.

>Q. Is that your words?

>A. I wondered what three had to do with it because he made a big deal out of me wearing three earrings. And anything with the number 3, he was making a big deal out of it. I didn't understand that.

>Q. So, that wasn't your response? You are saying that Officer Ridge made that up and you just went along with it?

>A. I agreed with him so he would leave me alone.

>Q. But the significance of the three victims and that sort of thing, Mr. Ridge back on May 10th was the one who made that connection?

>A. Right.

>Q. And that – did you also tell him that each person had a demonic side to them?

>A. I believe every person has a good side and a bad side, yes.

>Q. Were those your words when you referred, when you've got written down here, you stated there was no control of the demonic portion of people?

>A. He asked me did I think there were some people that could not control that side. And I said, "Yes, I guess there is."

>Q. That was your – who used the word "demonic"?

>A. I don't know if it was me or him.

>Q. Is that something you have read about in some of your books and things and literature you studied?

>A. Not really. It's common sense.

>Q. It also states that Damien stated that the younger of the victims would be more innocent and in turn more power would be given the person doing the killing.

>A. Right.

>Q. Did you say that?

>A. Yes.

>Q. Those are your words?

>A. Uh-huh.

>Q. Kind of sounds like that guy we talked about yesterday, right?

>A. Uh-huh.

>Q. Mr. Crowley?

>A. Yes.

>Q. Is that where you got that idea?

>A. I saw it on several movies, books.

>Q. Did you pick that up when you studying to be a Catholic?

>A. No.

fed857  No.12688461

File: 49238290c2e7f84⋯.jpg (62.75 KB, 1062x654, 177:109, damien mask.jpg)

File: 3d52a6fe9b03d7a⋯.png (512.15 KB, 510x660, 17:22, breathtaking.png)

File: 65e4df104704574⋯.jpg (86.89 KB, 640x480, 4:3, robert englund.jpg)


Part 3

>Q. You also said and told Officer Ridge, is it not correct that you told him that the killer knew the kids went out there, knew the kids and asked the kids to meet them out there? Is that what you told him?

>A. He asked me was that possible, and I said, "Yes."

>Q. So once again, are you saying that you didn't say this, that he just threw out the idea there and you just agreed to it?

>A. Right.

>Q. And if he says something different, that would be, he would be lying about it, right? You are the one telling the truth?

>A. I wouldn't put it past him.

>Q. Did you also tell him that they would be not big – speaking of the three eight-year-olds that were murdered – they would be not big, not smart, and easy to control?

>A. Right.

>Q. And you told him that?

>A. He asked me why did I think they chose those victims.

>Q. Did you tell him about the killer not being worried about the victims screaming because it was located near an interstate where the noise level was high?

>A. No, I told him it was because they were in the woods.

>Q. Oh, in the woods? And you indicated those were your words to the officer that the killer wouldn't worry about the screams because the woods would be such that people couldn't hear them?

>A. He asked me did I think that they were worried about the screams or if they tried to stop them from screaming. And I said, "No," and he asked me, "Why not?" And I said "Well, they were out in the woods; so, I don't guess there would be anybody there to hear them scream; so, why would he be worried about it."

>Q. And did you also tell him that the killer would probably want to hear the kids screaming?

>A. If he got off on killing people, he probably would like to hear them scream.

>Q. Those were your words, though, right?

>A. Right.

>Q. And is that also part of the common sense that whoever kills eight-year-olds can feel good and whoever kills eight-year-olds would like to hear them scream, is that part of your common-sense philosophy?

>A. I figured they must have if they did it.

>Q. And you told him that the person was probably someone local, didn't you?

>A. Uh-huh.

>Q. And that they probably wouldn't try to leave town, correct?

>A. Correct.

A link to the trial transcript of the testimony:


fed857  No.12688592

File: d45693d4fe8a2da⋯.jpg (64.99 KB, 448x672, 2:3, 20632301_10212197675808643….jpg)

File: 68f3311229cf33e⋯.jpg (49.58 KB, 662x960, 331:480, 20623782_10212197650648014….jpg)

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File: 95686f563d5cb21⋯.jpg (37.68 KB, 672x448, 3:2, 20623806_10212197678088700….jpg)


Further evidence of more than one killer. The boys were attacked with multiple different weapons.

First image is a thin beating type injury on the top of Chris Byers' head, caused by one of the recovered sticks. It was likely caused by the stick labled E-17 in the prior post's images, which was thin and like a broom stick handle in size.

Second image is a thinly shaped stick sized injury on the thigh of Stevie Branch, again similar to the stick labeled E-17 in evidence.

Third image is the left side of Michael Moore's head, which had thin sized injuries consistent with being made by the stick labeled E-17.

Fourth photo is the right side of Michael Moore's head, showing large impact injuries from a second different sized stick beating him in the head.

Fifth is his skin peeled back on his skull, and you can see the actual shape of the second weapon, being large like a baseball bat, leaving a circular dent shaped injury in his skull. This is consistent with both of the larger sticks, but more than likely caused by the one labeled E-139 as it was found with his body and with a shirt wrapped around the stick by the killers during the clean-up of the crime scene.

10399f  No.12688616


>Those Winona milkers


401031  No.12688658

Was the anal dilation ever photographically documented or did the examiner merely note his findings? What about for the castration one the one boy and the genital condition of the other two? If these were not shown during the trial it seems rather odd considering the mutilation would be sadistic.

fed857  No.12688718

File: f093cdc34cb6484⋯.png (158.6 KB, 470x359, 470:359, turvey.png)

It's photographed. I obtained the vast majority of the autopsy photos a few years ago as part of my blog and personally seen them. It surprisingly didn't take a ton of work to get as pretty much anyone from Arkansas can request to view them and make copies of them at the West Memphis Police Station, and all perfectly legal to do. However I wasn't from Arkansas, so I had to have someone from the area get them for me, since I wasn't a citizen of that state. The most strange is on Chris Byers, who has redness in his anus, and is mentioned at trial. I also have the castration images, which I've shared heavily cropped copies of with the actual castration cropped out of the images. It looks like a giant hole in his groin with a strip of muscle in the middle, which is all that's left of his genitals. His penis had degloved, skinning him alive. >>12685665

The castration was shown to the jury, who saw several of the photos, it's even shown in the Paradise Lost documentaries, but out of frame so you can't get a good look.

The included photo is the defense discussing one of the castration photos in Paradise Lost 2: Revelations, with them admitting in the scene that there's a knife hilt impression in the abdomen of Chris Byers. They even admit that the kind of knife used to do the castration had a saw on the back of the knife, just like the prosecution said, seeming to describe the weapon that did the castration as being just like the murder weapon recovered behind Jason Baldwin's house.

Brent Turvey, a defense team criminal profiler in the documentary, “Paradise Lost 2,” discussing the injuries with Jessie Misskelley's lawyer Dan Stidham:

>“On really close examination, and that’s why I brought you the magnifying glass, because I want you to look, right here, you can see the impression of the handle of the knife as it is being plunged. See that little squareness right there. So whoever did this went like this, and grabbed this and went like that, (Turvey then indicates in a quick stabbing motion with his hand) and that’s how they cut it up. No precision, no accuracy, no skill required to do that. And it actually to me it is consistent to what is a fishing knife. That’s got the blade on one side, and the serrated top on the other.”

f624f8  No.12688734


The "heroes" in the various criminal orgs that have turned this country into said cesspit that enabled this are aware of all this. The "basement trash" as you call many here, are not your personal army, faggots. Go do your fucking duty and keep your mouths shut.

f624f8  No.12689150


Spits on (((Spitz)))

fed857  No.12689182


Meant this reply for >>12688658

4853d5  No.12690030


Thanks for your work, anon. There was a general popular consensus that the WM3 were innocent due to the documentaries and celebrity posturing. Having doubt about the narrative was often met with hostility.

It is the same as for Capturing the Friedman's, people watch these documentaries that omit or manipulate much evidence or paint people in a sympathetic light - truth be damned.

eb5d8e  No.12690195

File: 68a2619725af6fb⋯.png (8.82 KB, 204x248, 51:62, 11244145352352.png)

All I feel is anger.

3d9b43  No.12690216


quick … post an image

this type of shit is so sad

fed857  No.12690441

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.


Strangely after they were released, the show CSI: Miami did an episode based on the case called, "A Few Dead Men," which portrays them as guilty.

The episode is about three teenagers who went to prison for tying up and castrating a child out in the woods, only for a bunch of celebrities to pressure the state into freeing the killers 20 years later, with the shocker reveal being that they were guilty all along and the murderers now suddenly start turning up dead.

There's very little other media that discusses their guilt. A few books though in recent years, as a number of people have been trying to cash in on the pro-guilt side as of late. However I don't think there's any perfect book on the case. I myself once got an offer to write a book by a major conservative website, who was looking for an "alt-right" angle on how Social Justice affects the justice system, particularly with this case, however this was back before the liberals made the term "alt-right" another word for nazi. I was supposed to co-write the book with another person, with myself doing much of the research and assembling chapters and talking points that my co-author was to help cobble together into a cohesive narrative. But, I don't really care about profiting and more just write and research the case as sort of a hobby, and would rather the information all be free, with no pay walls or anything getting in-between.

William Ramsey wrote one of the more famous pro-guilt books, but I think it's too focused on the occult in my personal opinion.


Gary Meece's books are also fairly decent, though I disagree with him on a few minor things:



286efb  No.12690464


I haven't seen it in about a decade but I remember thinking that old jew and his kike kid were guilty as fuck in capturing the friedmans.

Wouldn't surprise me if it did portray them as innocent, the doc was made by (((Andrew Jarecki)))

fed857  No.12690488

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.


Also, there's loads of cases where the media loves to repeat incorrect or false information, often because they're just repeating whatever was in a recent documentary or a famous book. So for years, you had people saying things like that Albert DeSalvo wasn't the Boston Strangler and had falsely confessed, just because some lady wrote a conspiracy book, claiming that he was innocent and that maybe there wasn't even a serial killer and all the crimes unrelated, only for her to get btfo by a DNA test a few years ago, that found that DeSalvo's semen was on a blanket at the final Boston Strangler crime scene. A previous DNA test on some DNA recovered from her pubic hair decades after she was buried and then dug up again had previously ruled him out in the same murder, but there was never any proof that the previous DNA was from her killer, where as the semen on the blanket was 1005 certain to be from her killer.


Other cases included William Heirens who for years everyone said was guilty, until some other lady wrote a conspiracy book saying he was innocent, claiming the police and FBI planted his finger and palm prints at one crime scene and on a ransom note. However she presents no solid timelines, and seems to have no grasp of facts or what witnesses said, and her whole case seems to fall apart if you start piecing everything together, including the fact that Heirens broke into a home nextdoor to his final victim's house the night before the murder and had items from that house in his room when he was arrested, or the fact that he disposed of the murder weapon on train tracks right near the victim's house and told the police where to find it, which of course led them to the knife, which they recovered.


fed857  No.12690513

File: 7413c51f4d76fd1⋯.png (468.52 KB, 1023x690, 341:230, capturing the friedmans.png)

As for Capturing the Friedmans…

>He's guilty as sin.

>That's the conclusion reached by the Nassau County District Attorney's three-year reinvestigation into the case of Jesse Friedman, the subject of the documentary "Capturing the Friedmans."

>Friedman, his supporters and the makers of the Academy Award-nominated documentary have long maintained he was railroaded into pleading guilty to charges he molested 13 kids in the late 1980s, and were expecting the report to exonerate him.

>It did the opposite.

>Friedman, they found, was labeled a "psychopathic deviant" by his own shrink, and had actually sexually abused a total of 17 children.

>"The District Attorney concludes that Jesse Friedman was not wrongfully convicted," the blistering 172-page report says.

">In fact, by any impartial analysis, the investigation process prompted by Jesse Friedman . . . has only increased confidence in the integrity of Jesse Friedman's guilty plea adjudication as a sex offender."

>The panel said it interviewed three of Friedman's now-adult victims. "Each confirmed that he was sexually abused by Jesse Friedman. Each told their separate story, marked by pain and recovery," and "recounted years of shame and humiliation," the report said.

>One of the victims said Friedman had threatened to "kill his dog" if he ever told anyone about the abuse.

>At a Monday afternoon press conference, Friedman said, "It's painful when people lie about you and it's really painful when the district attorney lies about you."

>"I believe that there were nothing but lies in the report that was released today," he said, his wife Elisabeth by his side.

>I'm standing strong and I have more fight in me than I've ever had before. So, game on."

>The exhaustive report also took aim at the makers of "Capturing the Friedmans," director Andrew Jarecki and producer Marc Smerling. It accused them of using misleading, out-of-context snippets of interviews to further their campaign to exonerate Friedman, 44.

>"'Capturing the Friedmans' was a provocative and entertaining movie, but it was not an exhaustive account of the entire case against Jesse Friedman. The Review Team had to go behind the excerpts and sound bites that the producers used in the film and other 'reels' and exhibits the producers have produced over the course of this re-investigation," the report said.

>They "were not forthcoming with evidence under their control. Though both told witnesses and the public that they possessed swaths of evidence capable of 'proving' Jesse Friedman's innocence, this material was not shared with the review team or the advisory panel until 2012.

>"Even then, the information that they chose to share was partial" and unconvincing, as were the "recantations" of victims they'd offered up, the report said.

>One said he was "tricked" into the statement by Jarecki's "manipulative" questioning, the report said.

>The director also suppressed a statement from Friedman's uncle - who'd said in the movie that he thought Jesse was innocent - that his nephew was indeed a molester and "cannot tell right from wrong," the report said.


c6ece3  No.12690514


I think you should write a book anon, you've clearly done a lot of research into this.

409abc  No.12690538

how could anyone do that to a child? what a sick depraved fucked up world. I am beyond words that these sadistic fucking monsters are allowed to walk amongst us.

just, fuck this. fucken sick. i hope one of the parents of these boys tracks them down and executes them right in the fucken street

sick man, just fucken sick

fed857  No.12690564

File: 4820852ea7076e4⋯.jpg (56.23 KB, 853x673, 853:673, pam hobbs arrest2.jpg)

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Most of the parents are dead or in bad health. Chris Byers' mother died of a drug overdose a few years after his death. I'm unsure if his biological father is still alive, but I think he passed a few years ago. His step-dad is still alive, but he doesn't really know who did the murders anymore and was accused of being the "real" killer for a number of years by lawyers and supporters of the convicted killers. He later changed his opinion saying they were innocent, because he said he needed the money. Stevie Branch's biological father passed away a few years ago, though his mom is still alive and struggling with drug addiction and was busted with a crack pipe in her car a few years ago. She went crazy after the murders and off and on accused Stevie's step-dad Terry Hobbs of being the killer during fights over custody over their daughter Amanda. Her sisters also tried to make up stories against him and also have their own series of arrests for drugs. Hobbs spent the last several years defending himself from accusations that he was the real killer, and sued Natalie Maines of the Dixie Chix for telling her fans that he was the real killer of his step-son. The courts ruled against him though, and said that because Natalie Maines is a powerful celebrity, it's ok for her to destroy his life and reputation, saying that he's a celebrity and therefore open to critisim and accusations, just because his step-son was murdered. Michael Moore's parents are still alive, but separated. His mother got in a DUI that ended up killing a woman, and Todd Moore has health problems.

a83a86  No.12690608

File: 498c84dc6b7ae1e⋯.png (603.94 KB, 906x799, 906:799, smoking MAGA pepe.png)


Fucking tragic. This case seems to embody almost every aspect of (((the rot))) that's killing America. Sadistic murders, a corrupt legal system, depraved celebrities, broken White families…

I agree with that other anon that you should write a book on the subject. Or at least compile this entire horror show on a blog that won't get taken down by (((the usual suspects))).

If you go with the book option, ask the Alt-Right friendly (yeah, I know) Castalia House to publish it, because any mainstream publishing house would bury it in a heartbeat.

65ddc5  No.12690624


>The exhaustive report also took aim at the makers of "Capturing the Friedmans," director Andrew Jarecki and producer Marc Smerling. It accused them of using misleading, out-of-context snippets of interviews to further their campaign to exonerate Friedman, 44.

This is not true. They used a very sophisticated narrative technique to vacillate between points and keep the audience guessing until they were ready to come down at the end, and I think they did an excellent job, from a storytelling perspective. It certainly feels like it could go either way – and of course, I wasn't hip to the JQ when I watched it, so I thought somebody might be innocent somewhere, silly me – but that's really just compelling story arc, not trickery or falsehood.

Jesse was a violent motherfucker though. His father was a grown-up victim of kike-itis, with a fag brother and (literal) whore mother, and he was just creepy and touchy. Jesse, though, was a vicious rapist who liked his boys with tears in their eyes and tears in their asses.

At least his father had the vestigial decency to off himself in prison. Kiked the insurance company at the end, too.

b79508  No.12690677


>regardless of what the "justice" system does to them.

They can't and won't do anything if there's no evidence to lead to whoever does it.


This is heartbreaking, and a reason why a hell of eternal torment must await for the Jews, the void isn't good enough for them.

f291b4  No.12690733

Write the book, dude.

5439ca  No.12690770


Hey OP What do you think of the "Making a murderer" series.

Seems to be pretty open and shut case of police corruption from the series alone, but this whole thread has got me suspicious of just how manipulative the media can be.

0fc921  No.12690789

File: 7565f18c8a2c617⋯.jpeg (462.74 KB, 738x1087, 738:1087, C7FF2935-B1A3-4CD0-B1AA-C….jpeg)

File: 7833ceb664fce0b⋯.jpeg (622.15 KB, 750x1248, 125:208, 75888796-8BFA-442A-9D36-A….jpeg)

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You mean to tell me that Hollywood elite helped free satanic child killers?

Ya don’t say

Hollywood helped this faggot get out of jail?

I’m surprised here

2b87c5  No.12690889

Injustice will always fester in a hivemind society like ours. One eyed man is truly kingg.

5dca55  No.12690901


I'd imagine writing a book would have given you publicity if that conservative website were to promote it. Besides, I'd imagine people would like to have all this information condensed into a single book for referencing purposes among other reasons.

fed857  No.12691694

File: b44ed175aa7a643⋯.jpg (56.01 KB, 655x372, 655:372, Wayne-Williams-Mugshot-e12….jpg)

File: acc21a1b8037748⋯.png (353.01 KB, 1003x640, 1003:640, Wayne Williams lied.png)

File: 06e53c440495e41⋯.jpg (8.98 KB, 480x360, 4:3, William Kunstler.jpg)

File: 186ef65b2013bba⋯.jpg (32.41 KB, 358x288, 179:144, William Kunstler boondocks.jpg)


It's all bullshit and there's been books written on it debunking the claims in the series. Steven Avery was a sexual predator who went to prison for a rape he didn't do… because he was a sexual predator who seemed like he could have actually done it. Fast forward, he gets out, rapes and kills a woman, and involves his nephew in the crime. They find her remains on his property and find bullets lodge in the concrete of his garage from shooting her. They also find his DNA in her car.

Every year or so someone tries to claim some murderer is innocent, and will go out of the way to twist and manipulate facts, often out of context for their own political gain, which is sew doubt in murder convictions, because the ultimate goal is for these political activists is to end the death penalty, so they often get involved with innocence claims even in non-death penalty cases.

An example of this is Wayne Williams, who ever since he was arrested in the 1980's people have off and on decided to proclaim him innocent, because the media had never heard of a black serial killer before.

Williams was also represented by famous "civil rights" lawyers like William Kunstler, who was later parodied in the trial of R. Kelly episode of The Boondocks.

>ATLANTA – Civil rights lawyer William Kunstler requested a new trial Monday for Wayne williams, saying a television movie persuaded him Williams' conviction for two of the 28 Atlanta child murders was a miscarriage of justice.

>A team of lawyers headed by Kunstler filed a petition for a new trial with the Butts County Superior Court in Jackson on grounds prosecutors withheld evidence critical to Williams' defense.

>Kunstler read a statement in which Williams maintained his innocence.

>'I have been imprisoned for more than four years for crimes I did not commit,' Williams wrote. 'No one on the outside can possibly know the torment of being isolated from society, as I have been, when the prisoner knows he is innocent.

'>The feelings of bitterness, frustration and rage are even stronger – if that is possible – when the crimes in question are as heinous as the ones here involved,' Williams said.

>The state has 20 days to respond to the request, but Kunstler said if the response is negative he will file an appeal with the federal courts.

>The petition for a new trial focuses on a Georgia Bureau of Investigation probe that one of the victims, Lubie Geter, 14, was threatened by a purported member of the Ku Klux Klan named Charles Sanders a few days before he died.

>Williams, a freelance photographer and would-be talent scout, was never charged with the death of Geter, although he was arrested June 21, 1981, as a suspect in all 28 deaths.

>Kunstler said the information about the Klan might have cast doubt among members of the jury about his client's guilt.


Over the past year a popular podcast was started based all around arguing that Wayne Williams was innocent and a victim of circumstance, despite that he was caught dumping a dead body off of a bridge, and knew many of the 28 victims he was accused of killing, and had surviving child victims who said Williams put his hand in their pants and fondled their dick. Fibers, hairs, and DNA also linked him to over a dozen of the murder victims, though he was only ever charged and convicted in 2 of the 28 murders, known as the Atlanta Child Murders, because most of the victims were children and teens, but were young adults later in the murder series.


However, even the guys doing the podcast admitted that Williams was lying to them. There's also been numerous very good books written going in depth into the evidence showing he was guilty, including a very clinical book written by the prosecutor in the case going over every single scrap of evidence, as well as his appeals, and rebuttals to Williams' defense.

3f1fef  No.12691727

File: febb1b544aeaabb⋯.jpg (112.23 KB, 610x595, 122:119, 1.jpg)

File: 3777155ce071c30⋯.jpg (86.13 KB, 476x594, 238:297, 2.jpg)

File: 9798a0b74eff6db⋯.jpg (116.2 KB, 602x597, 602:597, 3.jpg)

Jason Baldwin, Nintendo Switch owner.

fed857  No.12691734

File: ff9ebf2f4ded654⋯.png (778.78 KB, 1290x706, 645:353, Jason BTFO.png)


Jason getting rekt by one of the parents in a recent live stream.

The live stream video interview:


Jason more or less dodges questions and says he's not going to answer any tough questions about his innocence claims and that everyone needs to take him at face value.


c62f8b  No.12691783


>admitted to playing with the young boys testicles after killling him

But it's alright, because Jewish celebrities love him. Now he can act like a sensitive and good-natured soycuck. In a better time period people would have razed Hollywood to the ground by now, and killed Winona Ryder and Jack Black.

85c69c  No.12691791


>Christcucks believe in metaphysical punishment rather than real world revenge

9ace77  No.12691924

Curious. I heard today about the case of Dr Atiq Durrani. He was found in 2013 to be performing unnecessary spinal surgeries on hundreds of people mostly children basically butchering them.

In 2013 he fled to Pakistan and is practicing there.

There are hundreds of lawsuits against him but the Ohio courts are slow walking the cases like 5 per year. Meanwhile the victims are dying before their trail date is scheduled.


c2f5f5  No.12691945

File: 0bac3297e3e326f⋯.jpg (619.41 KB, 1457x643, 1457:643, Kunstler Rubenstein.jpg)


>"civil rights" lawyers like William Kunstler

He also represented Jacob Rubenstein, who told him he killed Oswald "so the jews wouldn't be blamed" for the Kennedy assassination.

cecb60  No.12691958

File: 38b9bc6c8e878dd⋯.jpeg (92.74 KB, 974x709, 974:709, B80D8519-F0E3-4CD3-8ACE-3….jpeg)

OPs site and work is really well done. I’d followed this case for years due to a similar upbringing as the (guilty) accused, and being a metal head.

It is incredibly infuriating, although understood, the power of celebrity manipulation. That is one aspect of the case that is incredibly sad. So many things were taken out of context in the documentaries and used in music albums - like Today is the Days “Sadness Will Prevail” that paints Terry Hobbs in a bad light. That lives in perpetuity as “fact”.

Whether this was occult, edgy teens, etc. is irrelevant after all these years. I’d lay my life down on this: those 3 individuals mutilated and killed those boys and are wrongfully free. It’s an incredible travesty. We need people like OP to always be chipping away and reminding folks of the evil and manipulation that encompasses our lives.

701a2e  No.12691983

File: cb51494407bd509⋯.jpg (23.21 KB, 511x384, 511:384, 1443184958303.jpg)


>tfw the kid in the bottom right of the first picture looks just like your son.

98c233  No.12691997

>reason number 6,000,001 to pogrom all jews and degenerates

Truly sickening.

701a2e  No.12692005




cecb60  No.12692072

File: 78ba13fc65bd4ce⋯.jpeg (54.19 KB, 720x715, 144:143, 5827F712-59F1-4425-A4A5-0….jpeg)

Hey OP, my memory has been jogged by your thread.

I’m curious if you can entertain this vague memory: wasn’t there a confession of sorts from Damien that the killer had urinated on the boys? And that there was in fact urine found in one of the boys stomachs?

I have a vague memory of this, but given your expertise I hope you can prove me wrong or right.

18cc21  No.12692195

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

Slightly off-topic, but the creators of 'Paradise Lost' produced a (shelved) documentary series called "Tribes of America" that featured Jonestein prominently. Joe Berlinger discuses it at 1:30 in the embed.

Assuming the OP's thesis is correct, then Alex Jones has child murder apologists promoting him, is friends with the ziowood pedophile Charlie Sheenie, and employs Roger Stone, who an article published on Infowars linked to Israel sex trafficking.

56b704  No.12692246


Where's their dox? Especially Damien's.

9e0019  No.12692393


>wasn’t there a confession of sorts from Damien that the killer had urinated on the boys?

Damien mentioned when he was interviewed by the police at the police station on May 10th, 1993, however it's possible that he had been told this possibility of the killer putting the bodies in the water because the killers urinated in the mouths of the victims during a police interview at his house on May 7th. The police did take urine samples from him and Jason and Jessie because of the statement according to the files, and humorlessly, the crime lab replies in the notes that urine samples are pointless, because there would be no way to know if urine from them was in the victim stomachs. So it was like a completely unprovable thing and may have just been some weird theory that was floated by one of the detectives who interviewed him on May 7th, and then repeated by him 3 days later in a third interview. The detectives didn't even have the autopsies yet at the time that they were interviewing Damien and didn't even know how the boys even died or the weapons used.

b85b7f  No.12692848


>right-wing Christians from the South had convicted the three killers of witchcraft

whether you believe in the devil and god or not, if you think for a second that hollywood insiders arent straight up satanist blood sacrificing soul selling mother fuckers then you are naive. i pray for the day that these fucks meet their maker and i hope its painful.

9e0019  No.12692972

File: 4491d732c4f0ee0⋯.jpg (78.71 KB, 800x334, 400:167, central-park-5.jpg)

File: 70b2e094556cb63⋯.jpg (127.36 KB, 1357x807, 1357:807, Central_Park_Five_02.jpg)


I don't think most people are aware of Innocence Fraud, or the guys who traffic in it like Joe Berlinger. Ann Coulter's written on the subject of Innocence Fraud in the case of the Central Park Five, who are in fact guilty and had attacked several people in the park on the day of the gang rape. The jury also convicted them knowing that at least a few of the men who committed the rape had escaped that night and were not arrested, and that this was why the amount of recovered semen did not match to the 5 suspects they had. However one of the men in the case had grass stains all over his underwear, along with semen drenched on them indicating he had raped the victim. Years later one of the men who got away confessed to the crime, claiming he acted alone since he was doing life for murder. He stood to profit from the crime and happened to be in the same gang as another one of the rapists. He later told another prisoner that he did not act alone and had seen the convicted men raping the Central Park Jogger, and decided to join in and was merely one of the rapists who got away that night. The state ended up cucking out to the media though under public pressure and a Ken Burns documentary claiming falsely that they were innocent. Trump also stated that the Central Park 5 should have gotten the death penalty for the brutal rape which almost killed the woman. Libshits like to throw around the Central Park 5 innocence claims to shit on Trump despite that they were guilty.

Donald Trump on the Central Park 5:

>"At what point did we cross the line from the fine and noble pursuit of genuine civil liberties to the reckless and dangerously permissive atmosphere which allos criminals of every age to beat and rape a helpless woman and then laugh at her family's anguish? And why do they laugh? They laugh because they know that soon, very soon, they will be returned to the streets to rape and maim and kill once again–and yet face no great personal risk to themselves.

>"Mayor Koch has stated that hate and rancor should be removed from our hearts. I do not think so. I want to hate these muggers and murderers. They should be forced to suffer and, when they kill, they should be executed for their crimes. They must serve as examples so that others will think long and hard before committing a crime or an act of violence. Yes, Mayor Koch, I want to hate these murderers and I always will. I am not looking to psychoanalyze or understand them, I am looking to punish them. If the punishment is strong, the attacks on innocent people will stop. I recently watched a newscast trying to explain the 'anger in these young men'. I no longer want to understand their anger. I want them to understand our anger. I want them to be afraid.

>"How can our great society tolerate the continued brutalization of it's citizens by crazed misfits? Criminals must be told that their CIVIL LIBERTIES END WHEN AN ATTACK ON OUR SAFETY BEGINS!"

9e0019  No.12692983

File: d8c177ac73c2dbd⋯.jpg (379.73 KB, 1400x1988, 50:71, Trump Death Penalty.jpg)


Ann Coulter saying Trump was right on the Central Park 5, and that they're innocence claims are an act of fraud:

>"According to the media, the five convicted boys were INNOCENT — and Trump would have executed the poor lads! This is nonsense. They wouldn't have been executed because the rape victim miraculously survived. Also, they weren't innocent.

>"Let's look at the facts of the case.

>"On April 19, 1989, investment banker Trisha Meili went for a run through Central Park around 9 p.m., whereupon she was attacked by a wolf pack looking for a 'white girl,' dragged 100 yards into the woods, stripped, beaten with a pipe and a brick, raped and left for dead.

>"By the time the police found Meili, she'd lost three-quarters of her blood. Her case was initially assigned to the homicide unit of the D.A.'s office because none of her doctors thought she would make it through the night.

>"Of the 37 youths brought in for questioning about the multiple violent attacks in the park that night, only 10 were charged with a crime and only five for the rape of the jogger: Antron McCray, Yusef Salaam, Raymond Santana, Kevin Richardson and Korey Wise. All five confessed – four on videotape with adult relatives present and one with a parent present, but not on videotape.

>"Two unanimous, multicultural juries convicted them, despite aggressive defense lawyers putting on their best case.

9e0019  No.12693001

File: 4a5e83b4230bc1a⋯.jpg (71.7 KB, 618x410, 309:205, Jogger clothes.jpg)


Ann Coulter:

>"But the media have a different method of judging guilt and innocence. They don't look at irrelevant factors, such as evidence, but at relevant factors such as the race of the accused and the race of the victim.

>"Unfortunately for Meili, she was guilty of being white, while her attackers belonged to the Brahmin caste: 'people of color.' So, after waiting an interminable 13 years, the media proclaimed that the five convicts had been 'exonerated' by DNA evidence!

>"DNA evidence didn't convict them, so it couldn't 'exonerate' them. This was a gang attack. It was always known that other rapists 'got away,' as the prosecutor told the jury, and that none of the defendants' DNA was found in the jogger's cervix or on her sock – the only samples that were taken.

>"While it blows most people away to find out that none of the suspects' DNA was found on Meili, this is a sleight of hand. The trick is that we're looking at it through a modern lens. True, today, these kids' DNA would have been found all over the crime scene. But in 1989, DNA was a primitive science. Most cops wouldn't have even bothered collecting samples for DNA tests back then.

>"The case was solved with other evidence – and there was a lot of it.

>"On the drive to the precinct, Raymond Santana blurted out, 'I had nothing to do with the rape. All I did was feel the woman's t–s.' The cops didn't even know about a rape yet.

>"Yusef Salaam announced to the detective interviewing him, 'I was there, but I didn't rape her.' Even if true, under the law, anyone who participated in the attack on Meili is guilty of her rape.

>"Two of Korey Wise's friends said that when they ran into him on the street the day after the attack, he told them the cops were after him. 'You heard about that woman that was beat up and raped in the park last night? That was us!'

>"Taken to the scene of the crime by a detective and a prosecutor, he said, 'Damn, damn, that's a lot of blood. … I knew she was bleeding, but I didn't know how bad she was. It was dark. I couldn't see how much blood there was at night.'

>"Wise also told a detective that someone he thought was named 'Rudy' stole the jogger's Walkman and belt pouch. The jogger was still in a coma. The police did not know yet that a Walkman had been stolen from her.

>"Wise told a friend's sister, Melody Jackson, that he didn't rape the jogger; he 'only held her legs down while Kevin (Richardson) f—ed her.' Jackson volunteered this information to the police, thinking it would help Wise.

>"The night of the attack, Richardson told an acquaintance, 'We just raped somebody.' The crotch of his underwear was suspiciously stained with semen, grass stains, dirt and debris. Walking near the crime scene with a detective the next day, Richardson said, 'This is where we got her … where the raping occurred.'

>"Santana and Richardson independently brought investigators to the precise location of the attack on the jogger.

>"Recall that, when all these statements were made, no one – not the police, the witnesses, the suspects, or their friends and acquaintances – knew whether Meili would emerge from her coma and be able to identify her attackers.

>"Sarah Burns, who co-wrote and co-directed the propaganda film 'The Central Park Five' with her father (whose reputation she has now destroyed), waved away the defendants' confessions – forget all the other evidence – in a 2016 New York Times op-ed, explaining: 'The power imbalance in an interrogation room is extreme, especially when the suspects are young teenagers, afraid of the police and unfamiliar with the justice system or their rights.'

>"Far from trembling and afraid, as Burns imagines, the suspects were singing the rap song 'Wild Thing' for hours in the precinct house, laughing and joking about raping the jogger. One of the attackers said, "It was fun."

>"When a cop told Santana that he should have been out with a girlfriend rather than mugging people in Central Park, Santana responded, 'I already got mines,' and laughed with another boy from the park.

>"One of the youths arrested that night stated on videotape that he heard Santana and another boy laughing about 'how they 'made a woman bleed.'

>"They sound absolutely terrified!

>"In Burns' defense, she knows so little about that case that she called the prosecutor by the wrong name in her op-ed.

9e0019  No.12693005

File: fb2345f1e55b02d⋯.jpg (60.67 KB, 750x1163, 750:1163, central park jogger.jpg)


>"The actual evidence doesn't matter. Again, the victim was a privileged white woman (BAD!) and the perpetrators were youths of color (GOOD!). So the media lied and claimed the DNA evidence 'exonerated' them.

>"This allegation was based on Matias Reyes' confession to the attack – and his claim that he acted alone. His DNA matched the unidentified DNA on the jogger – proving nothing, other than that he was the one of the others who 'got away.' He is also the 'Rudy' who stole her Walkman, as Wise said at the time. How did Wise know Reyes – or "Rudy" – had taken a Walkman?

>"A cellmate claims Reyes told him that he heard a woman screaming in the park that night and ran to join the fun."


Photo included is the jogger decades later, having survived the gang rape and having her skull crushed.

9e0019  No.12693019

File: c31c60c6b2e8f25⋯.jpg (79.52 KB, 726x479, 726:479, Trump Central park five.jpg)



Be glad every day Donald Trump is your President.

f77eff  No.12693099

File: 8df328d93856054⋯.gif (1.14 MB, 200x200, 1:1, wonderyearsthumbsup.gif)



You are doing God's work OP.

Bless you.

85a6f6  No.12693121


Synopsis? I am likely to young to remember or am simply in the memory hole if not

9e0019  No.12693134

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.


A summary of the case. Two ten-year-old boys in England lure a toddler away from a shopping center and take him on a long walk to a secluded area, where he was tortured. They poured blue model paint in his eyes, shoved batteries in his anus, pulled down his pants and kicked him in the groin, peeled back his foreskin and played with his penis. Then beat him to death with part of a near-by train track and some rocks. Then when he was dead they dragged his body onto the train tracks in hopes of destroying the body. A train later came by and ran his corpse over, cutting him in half.

Leftists in England keep giving the killers second and third chances, despite that one of them got busted with child porn multiple times after their release. They even gave them new identities so they could lead normal lives, but bragged about being James Bulger's killer.

f8f7a2  No.12693161

File: 4695f9ba96ca410⋯.gif (1.54 MB, 480x264, 20:11, Solar Think.gif)


How do you make ten years old boys pay for murder at their age? Do you execute them at just 10 years old or do you keep them in prison forever/until they're 18 to execute them?

9e0019  No.12693185

File: d2f5712adaf903f⋯.jpg (22.8 KB, 254x374, 127:187, Mary Flora bell.jpg)

File: 4214fe924ad9a5a⋯.jpg (45.94 KB, 800x420, 40:21, mary-flora-bell.jpg)

File: 9893556c01ca48d⋯.jpg (84.17 KB, 615x1010, 123:202, Mary bell.jpg)

File: 24132cb03af884d⋯.jpg (34.39 KB, 700x587, 700:587, mary bell victims.jpg)


Warehouse them till they die of old age. It's about the best you can hope for. England's let out killers before and given them new identities so they can live normal lives without the fact that they're murderes effect their job prospects. They did it with Mary Flora Bell, who killed two little boys when she was a child and cut off the penis of one of the children.

The first image is Mary Bell at the time of the murders. The second photo is her around the time they released her and gave her her new identity. Third is yet another photo of her.


>Mary Flora Bell (born 26 May 1957) is an English woman who, as a child aged 10–11 in 1968, strangled to death two young boys in Scotswood, an inner-city suburb in the West End district of Newcastle upon Tyne. She was convicted in December 1968 of the manslaughter of Martin Brown (aged 4) and Brian Howe (aged 3).[1]

>Since her release from prison in 1980, she has lived under a series of pseudonyms. Her identity has been protected by a court order, which has also been extended to protect the identity of her daughter. In 1998, Bell collaborated with Gitta Sereny on an account of her life, in which she details the abuse she suffered as a child at the hands of her mother – a prostitute – and her mother's clients.

Her victims were treated like collateral damage who didn't really matter because of some sob story about her being abused.

Final photo is her victims. She would have kept killing had she not been caught and is often considered a serial killer.

65ddc5  No.12693191

File: 4f0e1f3e5d3e145⋯.jpg (10.04 KB, 480x360, 4:3, George_Stinney.jpg)


It depends. . .

9e0019  No.12693225

File: 21bfb75f1b394b0⋯.jpg (79.5 KB, 980x552, 245:138, george stinney and victims.jpg)


Stinney's another case of Innocence Fraud. Leftists declared him wrongfully convicted 70+ years after he was executed, and demanded a re-trial for a dead man! Eventually he was declared innocent on the basis that the files of his case no longer existed anymore because he was executed in the 1940's and the files tossed afterwords since he was dead, therefore anti-death penalty activists argued he must have falsely confessed. They argued this despite media reports from the era which all said that he was the last person seen with the victims, and his own Grandmother had turned him in to police, where upon bloody clothing was found in his room. He also led authorities to the murder weapon, a rail-road spike and kept apologizing for the murders, saying he killed the two girls because he wanted to rape them, and the rape escalated to murder. Those who lived in the town who are still alive said that Stinney was a local bully and that they personally heard him say he was sorry for killing the little girls.




Anti-death penalty activists are scum of the earth who will lie and do anything to try and get rid of the death penalty, including demanding re-trials for people executed in the 1940's. But why stop there, why not demand re-trials for people executed in the 1840's? It's the same difference, the evidence would be long gone and be completely retarded to argue over.

65ddc5  No.12693235


Cadaver synods are to be expected from religious cultists like the shitlibs. Could you imagine the galactic butthurt if the (((retrial))) found him guilty and added 25-to-life for a hate crime?

65ddc5  No.12693244


Kikepedia has opinions:

>George Junius Stinney Jr. (October 21, 1929 – June 16, 1944), was an African-American teenager wrongfully convicted at age 14 of the murder of two white girls in 1944 in his hometown of Alcolu, South Carolina. He was executed in June of that year, still only 14. His appeal to the governor for clemency was denied. He was one of the youngest Americans to be sentenced to death and executed.[1]

>A re-examination of the Stinney case began in 2004, and several individuals and Northeastern University School of Law organized to seek a judicial review. His conviction was vacated in 2014 when a court ruled that he had not received a fair trial.

>The judgment noted that while Stinney may have committed the crime, the prosecution and trial were fundamentally flawed.[4] Judge Mullen ruled that his confession was likely coerced and thus inadmissible. She also found that the execution of a 14-year-old constituted "cruel and unusual punishment."[9]

I wonder if there will ever be a similar effort to retroactively apply modern cucked legal standards to, say, Allen Scarsella?

9e0019  No.12693316

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.



The thing is you really can't use modern standards and apply it to a trial from the 1940's, because then you have to vacate the vast majority of convictions from that period on the same basis that times change and the system is different. It's an unfair and stupid argument, but the whole point of doing so was because anti-death penalty activists love to say someone was wrongfully executed, despite no proven modern examples since the death penalty was re-instated, therefore they will make shit up or even try to do crazy shit like demand re-trials for dead guys executed almost 80's prior. While it's definitely entirely possible someone has been wrongly executed, the shit these activists say is often 99% of the time complete one sided bullshit, because they have an agenda.

These sorts of people have even framed innocent men, such as Alstory Simon in order to get the death penalty tossed out in Illinois.

The video here is an interview on Fox about how The Innocence Project freed the real killer than framed him for some murders that the killer they freed actually committed. The killer then tried to sue the state for wrongful conviction, only for the courts to find that he was really guilty and therefore not entitled to a single penny.

9e0019  No.12693327

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.


Trailer for a documentary on how The Innocence Project, an anti-death penalty group framed Alstory Simon, an innocent man for murder, because they wanted to free a killer from death row and end the death penalty in Illinois.

65ddc5  No.12693335

File: e6bdd75705f5e41⋯.jpg (88.6 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, Dershokike.jpg)


Niggers aren't innocent, anon, though your heart is in the right place. Pic related is Jeffrey Epstein's pedo hatchet man, Alan Dershowitz. He founded the Innocence Project. Please express surprise.

9e0019  No.12693349


Alan Dershowitz and Barry Scheck, OJ Simpson's lawyers created the Innocence Project so they could keep arguing the innocence of their clients even if they lost at trial. Michael Baden, another member of OJ Simpson's defense team also worked for the West Memphis Three defense team on appeals. >>12685439 >>12685608 >>12685620

ce622e  No.12693706

How are the odds these guys will kill again or have already?

Echols especially seems to be a walking cluster b disorder (malignant narcissist with added psychopathy perhaps?) and many of these poor dindu nuffins seem to have a track record of recidivism.

d3f212  No.12694051

Damien Echols shitposts his satanic garbage on twitter today.

Johnny Depp and Eddoe Vedder paid for his lawyers at the time.

S3 of True Detective has niggers in the lead roles so I haven't and won't be watching that.

a3000f  No.12694933

File: 9e1b249ff35cc3f⋯.png (736.25 KB, 956x632, 239:158, Cannibals.png)

Bump for interest. Todd Moore's angry, anguished column moved me to dig. I've read the Echols / Baldwin trial transcripts. Looking at the photos and documentation I'm not confident despite my sympathy for Todd Moore's anger. I'm leaning towards the homeless nigger theory, Mr. Bojangles. I've reviewed only the Echols /Baldwin transcript so far. In my opinion, Echols and Baldwin should not have been convicted based upon the evidence presented to the jury. The standard is beyond a reasonable doubt not a preponderance of the evidence. There doesn't seem to have been even a preponderance of evidence, and that's with the inclusion of the in camera transcripts, things to which the jury was not privy. The physical evidence was trash, pure trash. The blue wax wasn't a match according to the state's expert, the fiber evidence wasn't probative. Basically these two were convicted because a third party implicated them in a confession that wasn't presented to the jury and because Echols was / is and edgy goth retard.

The Misskelley confession wasn't entered into evidence in the Echols / Baldwin trial but it was mentioned. Maybe I'll change my mind after I get to it and the Misskelley trial.

0d517f  No.12695316

File: 3b86957daee0f82⋯.png (314.57 KB, 500x747, 500:747, 1543253837946.png)


>he's verified on twitter

>no other notoriety or fame other than killing young boys

affa52  No.12695397


there's another gif with the almost the same exact reptilian effect, I'll try to find it on /x/. really is starting to make me wonder.

f90e0d  No.12695435

I don't think the WM3 are innocent whatsoever. The jew sinks its teeth into white communities through one means or another. If it's not niggerfication, it's exploiting the low education and maladjusted tendencies of certain white children to commit such atrocious acts in the name of Satan; or under the delusion of being some renegade. That Misskelley boy was/is clearly a "complete frickin' retard". He and Echols are two individuals too stupid/evil to live, back then, let alone now.

fed857  No.12698504

File: 7d6af667376099f⋯.png (525.64 KB, 588x463, 588:463, black guys.png)


> I'm leaning towards the homeless nigger theory, Mr. Bojangles.

There's no evidence connecting Mr. Bojangles to the crime. The Bojangles incident isn't even close to the crime scene, and nobody saw him walking from the crime scene to Bojangles, which would be impossible if he really was "covered" in blood like West Memphis Three supporters like to claim. For example, Damien Echols and Jason Baldwin were seen fleeing the crime scene walking along the busy service road wearing wet and muddy clothing that night, indicating they just killed the boys. To further support this, detectives saw muddy boots in Damien's trailer when they interviewed him two days later, and Jason Baldwin's mother testified during an appeals hearing that Jason had a number of shirts that went missing after the murders which he told her were stolen by Jessie Misskelley. See how there were witnesses and confirmation in the form of muddy boots and missing shirts? There were also witnesses who were friends of Damien Echols who were on the phone with him prior to the murders, who he told about going to Jason Baldwin's that day, stating he was walking there. He later spoke to them from Jason's and said they were going out to walk some place right before the murders occurred. And Damien testified at his own trial that to walk to Jason's house, he had to walk through the victim neighborhood and on the service road, meaning he walked through the crime scene every single time he did it.

You see how there was evidence connecting Damien Echols to the crime scene that day? What evidence connects Bojangles? A one armed man with cuts on him,who goes into a fast food restaurant and takes a shit in the woman's bathroom and washes himself in a sink and then left? There were no witnesses who saw him walking to the scene, as was the case with the WM3. No evidence to suggest he wasn't a homeless man that was in the area of the restaurant because of the train tracks near it where other homeless guys liked to hang out. And no evidence that just because other crimes or incidents happened in the town that particular day, that they were all related. The restaurant staff cleaned it up after telling police about it. And what was the single cop that was sent out supposed to investigate at the time that they were called out? A faux pas involving a homeless man shitting in the wrong bathroom and dirtying it? At the time they were called out, all the cops were looking for three missing kids, who were all just a few hours late getting home; they weren't expected to be dead. They were worried that maybe they were playing and drowned in the 10 Mile Bayou, which ran through Robin Hood Hills. It wasn't known that they were dead until the next morning when the bodies were found, and by then the bathroom was cleaned up. A cop went out later on and investigated the bathroom incident, and found a tiny bit of blood and scraped it off the wall and into a vile, but it was misplaced, which is why the defense kept bitching about it, because it was a red herring suspect for them to whine about.

Literally the only reason the clinically mentally retarded focus on Bojangles, is because a single hair from a black man was found on one of the sheets used by the police to cover the bodies at the crime scene. However there were black people who worked the crime scene and are even in the crime scene video shown sand bagging and draining the ditch to search for evidence, which is shown in my included photo. Further, West Memphis isn't Charlie Brown, and Mr. Bojangles wasn't Franklin, the only black guy in town. So, there's no evidence that the hair on the sheet handled by the people working the crime scene didn't come from the people working the crime scene, which included black people.

Should we ignore the mountain of evidence suggesting Damien was at Robin Hood Hills in favor of a one armed man who took a shit on the other side of town, who nobody else saw, who would have likely acted alone, which makes zero sense when the facts and evidence point to more than one killer: Multiple weapons used to kill the victims, multiple different knots used to bind the victims, the victims killed in two different locations in Robin Hood Hills, and the fact that he some how controlled three victims all by himself, which would be extremely difficult with the use of both arms(which he didn't have the use of). And the killer took the time, scrubbing the ditch banks of blood with leaves and sticks and splashing water on to it, and took the time to conceal the bikes, and conceal the bodies, and tied them up to make sure they couldn't try to run away, concealed the clothing in the ditch, and mashed it down with large sticks. Yet Bojangles leaves a mess in the bathroom, including a pair of sunglasses in a toilet? Hardly the kind of person who takes the time to clean up a crime scene(all by himself), and then fucks up in a public bathroom.

fed857  No.12698563

File: f52589ed3d947e1⋯.png (226.29 KB, 895x232, 895:232, Heather.png)

File: 50879366ca9044e⋯.jpg (154.1 KB, 594x484, 27:22, heather cliett june 7.jpg)

File: c786724c023e2a7⋯.jpg (38.59 KB, 596x90, 298:45, heather-2.jpg)

>I've reviewed only the Echols /Baldwin transcript so far.

There's tons more besides just the trial transcripts alone. New information comes out in the appeals, because other witnesses who did not testify for various reasons, were either forced to testify, such as Jason's mother, or witnesses that the defense considered calling, but didn't such as alibi witnesses for Damien, who originally told the police that Damien went to Jason's house on the day of the murders and was unaccounted for all day, and didn't get home until 10:30 that night. These same witnesses said that when they asked Damien what he was doing during the murders, he told them he was just walking around town. One of these witnesses also admitted hearing Damien confess at the same softball game that other witnesses testified that Damien bragged about the murders at.

The defense didn't call them during the original trial because they lied and tried to change their stories to help Damien, changing the time that they said Damien got home in order to try and alibi him.

Two of the witnesses also tried lie about who was on the phone with Damien, saying a third girl, Holly George was on the phone with them, but during an appeals affadavit, Heather Cliett, one of the witnesses, said she was lying and covering for Jennifer Bearden, the other witness, whose parents didn't want her on the phone past a certain time since she was a kid, who was about 13 or 14 at the time. Bearden also didn't want her parents to know that she was trying to date Damien at the time, who was 18 and had a pregnant girlfriend already.

Additional confessions also emerged from Jessie Misskelley during the appeals, showing that he had maintained his guilt for months after his original confession to police and only started recanting because his lawyer said it'd help him out at trial. All information that isn't in the trial transcript alone. They even find corroborating information of Jessie's confessions in the appeals documents, stating that Jessie's lawyer told him the location of the bottle of Evan Williams he was drinking on the night of the murders was, saying he smashed it under a bridge on his walk back home, and that Vickie Huchison, a woman whose son he babysat for, bought him the Evan Williams on the day of the murders. So, the documents state that they went under the bridge, and that Jessie's own lawyer found it with the police and prosecution present. They then took the busted bottle to a local liquor store to match it up to bottles in the store, matching it up to a bottle of Evan Williams. Jessie's lawyer, Dan Stidham, then started screaming while at the store, "THAT DOESN'T PROVE ANYTHING!"

82da0e  No.12698609



the family should have wasted them 20 years ago

fed857  No.12698662

File: 9de8d0d40611882⋯.jpg (35.87 KB, 570x760, 3:4, knife document.jpg)

File: 5cac86d970e359c⋯.png (469.56 KB, 848x623, 848:623, lake knife demonstration.png)

File: 75513a334c1dc81⋯.png (232.99 KB, 699x388, 699:388, knife injuries.png)


>There doesn't seem to have been even a preponderance of evidence,

(citation needed)

The jury had access to the murder weapon, which left a unique pattern on both the thigh of Chris Byers.

First pic here is a document stating that the knife created the injury on Byers leg.

Second pic is the prosecution demonstrating the patterns the back of the knife produced at trial on a piece of fruit.

Third is the prosecution demonstrating that the back of the knife has a saw on it, and that this was what made the unique patter on the inner right thigh of Chris Byers during his castration.

You also had the fact that Jason or his mother disposed of the knife in the lake behind his house, the jury didn't hear any testimony on who disposed of it, because that stuff didn't come out until the appeals. But what was Jason doing tossing it in the lake behind his house? Why was he disposing of a weapon at the bottom of a lake? That's called consciousness of guilt evidence. A suspect disposes of evidence because the police are investigating them, showing that they know they're guilty. An innocent person wouldn't have been tossing knives into a lake behind their home once the police started questioning them.

Fourth pic is Narlene Hollingsworth, the aunt of Damien's then fiance, who witnessed Damien walking away from the crime scene with wet and muddy clothes on the night of the murders, proving he did the crime. She was interviewed for the first Paradise Lost documentary, but they cut her out because it proved guilt. They however put her "deleted" scene in the special features on the dvd of Paradise Lost 3 after the West Memphis Three were paroled from prison. Narlene and her family were packed into a car, driving down the road, and her and several of her family members saw Damien and second person, walking down the road with wet and muddy clothing next to the crime scene. The jury had eye witnesses, a unique murder weapon that Jason threw in the lake behind his house, and also had confessions by Damien, which he bragged around town with, saying he killed the boys and planned to kill two more before turning himself in. And they had testimony by Damien that whenever he walked to Jason's house he walked through the victim neighborhood to get to the service road, meaning he walked through the crime scene. They also had statements by Damien where he knew details of the crime that nobody else knew and weren't printed in any newspaper of the time.

fed857  No.12698663

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fed857  No.12698739


>The blue wax wasn't a match according to the state's expert,

(citation needed)

They said it was consistent. They couldn't say for a fact that it was the same source, since it candle wax. An item from from Echols' home was tracked to the crime scene… what a surprise. It didn't even have to come from a lit candle at the location, just be on his clothing. The same kind of wax was found on a book Echols had at his girlfriend's place where he was often staying.

>the fiber evidence wasn't probative.

Yet similar fibers were never found at any other suspects' homes, and they did indeed search for fibers at the homes of other suspects. They found red fibers belonging to a robe that belonged to Jason Baldwin's mother. It was in a pile of Jason's clothes in his room. Likewise they found a fiber belonging to a green shirt, which belonged to Damien's younger half-brother, which was in his sister's closet. Damien slept on the floor in her room since he lived between homes, in his parents' trailer and his girlfriend's. The police never found the shirts Jason and Damien wore during the murders, but they found fibers and candle wax that they tracked to the crime scene on their clothing.

During Jason Baldwin’s appeals, at his Rule 37 hearing, his mother, Gail Grinnell testified that Jason and Jessie had had a falling out right after the murders, involving some shirts that belonged to Jason which had gone missing. It was also stated that Jessie had tried to take a necklace that belonged to Jason as well:

>Q] Uh, and describe, first, talk about Jessie. Were Jason and Jessie buddies?

>A] No.

>Q] Why not?

>A] I don’t know, uh, something to do with some T-shirts and he went to the skatin’ ring one night and they tried to steal, Jason came home and told me that Jessie tried to steal a necklace of his. This was after the murders. At one time they had been friends.

>Q] Uh-huh?

>A] Kind of.

>Q] Uh-huh?

>A] And they moved from the trailer park and, uh, Jessie had stolen some shirts, uh, he got, uh, he had borrowed some shirts from Jason and Jason couldn’t, he gave ’em to somebody that Jason couldn’t get ’em back from.

>Q] Uh-huh. So in May of 1993, were Jason and Jessie hanging out together as buddies?

>A] No.

>Q] Okay?

>A] And you know, Jessie didn’t come to our house. He took off and went, he came over to our, he popped up before the murders of those children and came over to our house and said he had just got back from California.

>Q] Are you talking about Jessie?

>A] Yeah.

According Gail Grinnell, at some point after the murders, Jason told her that he and Jessie had had a falling out while at Skate World, skating rink. Jason had told his mother that Jessie had stolen a few shirts of his that had mysteriously gone missing after the murders, explaining essentially that Jason and Damien disposed of the clothing they wore during the murders and mentioned that Jessie tried to take a necklace of his.

A necklace belonging to Jason and Damien Echols ended up becoming an important item of evidence in the case, as both Jason and Damien wore it. The necklace had human blood from Damien and a second person on it, likely having gotten there from blood being on their shirts during the murders.

>Basically these two were convicted because a third party implicated them in a confession that wasn't presented to the jury and because Echols was / is and edgy goth retard.

Not true at all. Damien and Jason were unaccounted for all day. Damien said he frequented the crime scene several times a week. He said he killed the boys. Jason told another prisoner he killed the boys. Jason threw a knife in the lake behind his house, which was consistent with the injuries, producing the same pattern, physical evidence like fibers and candle wax also connected them to the bodies. Eye witnesses who knew Damien saw he and Jason fleeing the crime scene. And Damien told police facts about the crime, which only the killer knew, and testified and talked about the murders for the jury as if he were the killer, speaking in the third person about what the killer thought and felt, and how killing the children made the killer feel like he was overcoming other humans and felt powerful, and how the killer wanted to hear the children scream, and easy it was for someone to manipulate a child, because they weren't big or smart. All of that was presented to the jury

fed857  No.12698767

File: e92dd2975e254be⋯.jpg (40.32 KB, 640x480, 4:3, reward money.jpg)


>The Misskelley confession wasn't entered into evidence in the Echols / Baldwin trial but it was mentioned.

Because the defense was questioning one of the officers about what led to the arrest of Jason and Damien, and the lawyer kept pressing him to say why, but it was determined that you'd have to be living under a rock not to have known about the case and the confession, living in that area, and ultimately insignificant, the crime was even featured on multiple episodes of Geraldo, with one episode being featured shortly after Jessie's conviction, but before Damien and Jason's trial. The defense kept trying to insist years later that the jury considered the Misskelley confession, because one jury wrote it, then scribbled it out, having been told to disregard that bit of information. They then tried to insist they could read the mind of one juror, insisting that he must have told the other jurors about the confession before the trial began, and found a witness who made unsubstantiated claims about the man almost 20 years later who was not a juror and had no actual connections to the trial from what I recall, in order to try and raise the claim that the jury was compromised. They also happened to be paying cash money to these "new" witnesses who would come forward to help their case, even advertising for them. Yet none of these "new" witnesses that the defense "found" decades later came forward at the time of the crime or at the time of the trials. I wonder why? Really makes you think doesn't it? A number of these new witnesses even had criminal records, such as the "Hobbs Family Secret" witnesses, who claimed they "heard" that Terry Hobbs did the murders. Yet the defense left out that Terry's nephew had called the police on the witnesses in the past and got them arrested, as they were meth dealers and users and did time behind bars, and received money from the defense for their statements and then were in the documentary West of Memphis.

fed857  No.12698868

File: 1b007a9de8b1251⋯.png (112.27 KB, 1126x642, 563:321, damien patreon.png)


>Have right-wing opinion on things

>Get your Patreon, Twitter, and Paypal taken away

>Rape and kill three eight-year-olds

>Get paid a thousands a month on Patreon

>Blue check-mark on Twitter

>People buy your finger paint pictures online.

They didn't even give Jason Baldwin a blue check-mark, despite that Damien retweets Jason's twitter.


a3000f  No.12698933


>isn't even close

It's about a mile

>Damien Echols and Jason Baldwin were seen fleeing the crime scene

The Hollingsworth<sp>(not sure I recall her name correctly) woman reported seeing Echols and Domini Teer walking on the service road and was insistent it was Teer not Baldwin. Most people really suck at dates. They just cannot remember dates for shit.

>muddy boots

no items in evidence or testimony about muddy boots went to the jury, but even if it were those kids walked everywhere while Mr. Bojangles was reported to be muddy, bloody and wet to his knees.

>You see how there was evidence connecting Damien Echols to the crime scene that day?

I do not. Nothing more compelling than could be presented about very nearly anyone else in town were someone inclined to do so.

>a one armed man with cuts

An adult with a cast on one arm could bludgeon three 8 year olds with the cast itself a matter of seconds.

>what evidence connects Bojangles

the contemporaneous anomaly of being muddy, bloody and wet enough to warrant a concerned citizens report to the police in close proximity to a crime scene, although the crime was as then unknow, otherwise very little since the police lost the blood samples. But that's more compelling than what was presented against Echols and Baldwin.

>No evidence to suggest he wasn't a homeless man

That's true. You seem very eager to defend the police who took the call. I didn't criticize her. No one was looking into a triple homicide at that time.

>a single hair

I knew about the hair but it isn't what was more compelling than the prosecutions case. It may have been from one of the town workers draining the creek. Was it retained I wonder? It should have been.

>mountain of evidence

the jury was convinced but I don't see this mountain, at all.

>Damien was at Robin Hood Hills

Seemingly contradictory testimony really isn't. Echols understanding or misunderstanding of what constituted Robin Hood Hills didn't seem to me to be particularly damning. His defense should have done a better job on this and failed. This goes to the heart of what I said before. They were presented two narratives and chose to believe the police more credible. Beyond a reasonable doubt is a higher standard than that.

>Multiple weapons

A theory apparently suggested by the Misskelley confession which the police may or may not have supplied, and some sticks subsequently gathered to fit the tale. I've looked at the wounds on those boys. Could have been one stick, maybe that wasn't round, maybe just variable velocity and angles of impact. It could have been the possibly homeless nigger's arm in a plaster cast. It could also have been multiple weapons, possibly even the ones gathered up a month after the crime, maybe.

>Hardly the kind of person

It's a damned shame we may never know for sure. You seem somewhat invested in this. I get it. From my detached perspective nothing was proven by the 2nd trial, nothing at all. I've yet to read the transcript of the first. I'll need some days before I do.

fed857  No.12698983

File: 926c10f6dd2cf53⋯.jpg (62.57 KB, 469x669, 469:669, Jason baldwin.jpg)

File: fe5825ed100c321⋯.png (227.52 KB, 755x651, 755:651, jason in prison.png)

File: efc731850e56f73⋯.jpg (15.21 KB, 509x395, 509:395, damien and domini.jpg)


>It's about a mile

It wasn't next-door or remotely viable as a location to be relevant unless the killer was using a car. And there was no evidence a car was used in the crime, nor evidence that Mr. Bogangles had a car.

>reported seeing Echols and Domini Teer walking on the service road and was insistent it was Teer not Baldwin.

Indeed, she said she thought the second parson was Domini Teer, who had long similarly colored hair and dressed the same exact way as Jason Baldwin, who she mistook for a girl.

Pic 1 is Jason around the time of the murders.

Pic 2 is Jason looking pretty feminine in prison.

Pic 3 is Damien standing with Domini Teer at the skating rink.

Narlene saw Damien, recognized him and assumed the shorter feminine person next to him, with long similar color hair, who dressed in black t-shirts and jeans with holes in the knees just like her, was Domini, when it was actually Jason. She also noted that they were walking in the same direction of the trailer park where Jason lived.

>no items in evidence or testimony about muddy boots went to the jury

And? It's documented in the book, "The Blood of Innocents", with Damien even commenting on it, admitting the cops saw muddy footwear, but arguing it was shoes, and not boots…

Pages 416-417 of the book, The Blood of Innocents:

>'Inside the trailer, Jones said he saw a pair of tennis shoes and Echols’ black boots, all caked in mud–again, information that never came out at the trials.

>'“What am I, a dang fool?” Echols said, when told of Jones’ contention. “The tennis shoes did have mud on them, the boots did not. I kept the boots in perfect condition because they were always what I wore when I went out. The tennis shoes I didn’t care anything about, when it was raining or something like that I would wear them out to keep from messing my boots up.”'

>I do not.

Then you're either retarded or being willfully deceptive. Pick one though please.

2e96ce  No.12698988

well, if they are still alive, find them and kill them and anybody that supports them, it's that simple

6062c8  No.12698999

Just a threadly reminder that these threads are perpetrated by a subhuman retard who is a personal friend of Terry Hobbs, ya know, the guy who actually did do it. He used to be all over half /pol/ with this shit but kept getting called out on his bullshit

fed857  No.12699081

>An adult with a cast on one arm could bludgeon three 8 year olds with the cast itself a matter of seconds.

(Citation needed) The children weren't incapacitated or even restrained until after they were unconscious from head injuries. They were out in a wide open area, and could have gotten away. Jessie Misskelley even says Michael Moore, almost got away and that he had to chase him down and catch him while his friends were killing Chris and Stevie, and that because Moore almost got away, they decided to tie them up after that.

>the contemporaneous anomaly of being muddy, bloody and wet

Mud's wet. Marty King, the guy from Bojangles who saw him said he was wet around his up to about his knees:

>"Well, I spoke to the gentleman and he raised his head and was kind of disarrayed. He also had a–muddy feet, wet up to his knees and he spoke but I–I just was checking to see if he was all right and asking him to leave the building"

It's also always stated to have been his blood, unless you're willfully lying.

The entire transcripts of Marty King is here:


And here:


Here's also his May 6th, 1993 statement, where he doesn't mention him being muddy or wet, showing that the defense called Marty King and had him exaggerating to help their case. The report only mentions that a black guy who was mentally ill was found shitting in the ladies bathroom, and had a cut up his arm, and was leaning on shit, leaving some blood form himself on things.


The report reads:

>5/6/93 9:00 P.M. Det. Sgt. Allen + Det. Ridge went to Bo-Jangles + talked with the manager, A Marty King. Marty King related that they had a Black / male on 5/5/93 Between 9:00 - 9:30 AM that a Black / male was Found the ladies bathroom bleeding from the arm. the Manager stated that the black man was 5-11, thin Dirty, late 20's, Pair of Sunglasses were left in toilet suspected by Black / male. Subject had a Blue Cast type Brace on his arm that had white velcro on it. the Black male Appeared to be Mental / + Disorentated (Not intoxicated or under inFluence of Drugs) Police were called Subject left out on Foot + Walked East toward the back Dumpster then

>You seem very eager to defend the police who took the call.

No, I'm eager to call you out for being dumb, and repeating debunked claims that the defense even dropped because it wasn't a viable suspect with nothing more to go on. There's nothing that actually ties Bojangles to the crime scene, and Marty King didn't even mention he was wet and muddy until trial, where he happened to be a defense witness. WOW! COLOR ME SURPRISED!

>Was it retained I wonder? It should have been.

Of course it was retained. That's how people know about it. It's one of the hairs in evidence.

fed857  No.12699174

File: 4e3e7978b8e5f36⋯.png (147.7 KB, 738x624, 123:104, damien-echols-trailer.png)

File: 1306067ea34259b⋯.png (210.25 KB, 738x624, 123:104, damien 14th.png)

File: ceb39dad69a8e9a⋯.jpg (124.34 KB, 550x398, 275:199, end of 14th street.jpg)

File: 39374fe7d3e10e3⋯.jpg (172.31 KB, 550x374, 25:17, 10 mile bayou.jpg)

File: a4a10cc83c0a893⋯.jpg (150.45 KB, 764x618, 382:309, neighborhood.jpg)

>Seemingly contradictory testimony really isn't. Echols understanding or misunderstanding of what constituted Robin Hood Hills didn't seem to me to be particularly damning.

It's not contradictory. He says the victim neighborhood, and that he had to walk through it to get to the service road. Just look at a fucking map. It's a straight shot from the homes of Michael Moore and Chris Byers to the pipe bridge, where the victims were last seen. The pipe bridge leads to the service road, where Damien said he walked to several times a week, every week.

Pic 1 shows the victim neighborhood, and relevant locations.

Pic 2 See how 14th street leads to the crime scene?

Pic 3 The end of 14th street, the area Damien walked, which leads into the crime scene.

Pic 4 The Pipe bridge to walk across into the crime scene, where the victims were last seen headed. Damien walked across this to get to the service road.

Pic 5, You can walk up from the service road, directly to the pipe bridge.

fed857  No.12699218

File: 61f8ebf18348691⋯.jpg (96.14 KB, 630x479, 630:479, Robin Hood Hills.jpg)

File: eafae845cd84bd2⋯.jpg (112.2 KB, 800x548, 200:137, Damien Service Road.jpg)


Photos of the service, which Damien testified he walked along to get to Jason Baldwin's trailer. The red arrow in the second pic is the area where Narlene Hollingsworth saw Damien walking on the night of the murders. It's pointed in the direction he was walking, which is towards Jason Baldwin's trailer.

Damien at trial:

>“I had to walk through there to get from my house to Jason’s house.”

During an interview with CNN’s Larry King, Echols denying he lived near the crime scene:

>KING: Did you live in the vicinity where they lived?

>ECHOLS: Well, I lived — I didn’t actually live in West Memphis. I lived in a small town right outside of West Memphis called Marion. So it was within, I don’t know, I’d say about a 10, 15 mile area.

In yet another interview, this one being from 2010 he had this exchange with a journalist:

>Interviewer: Let’s go back to 1993, had you, that area, that Robin hills area, was that an area you were familiar with or had ever been in?

>Damien: No, it’s actually–um, most people always call us the West Memphis Three, but we actually weren’t from West Memphis, we were from um, a small town right outside of West Memphis called Marion, which almost no one knows where is. And, um, being that West Memphis is the closest thing to Marion um, it’s just sorta people look at it as almost being the same place. Uh, And all of the dealings we had were with West Memphis Police Department. So… West Memphis wasn’t a place that I went to um, a great deal of time you know? I went to school in Marion. Um, I lived in Marion. So, I didn’t really go to West Memphis a lot… at all.

>Interviewer: So where these murders took place that was not an area–

>Damien: No, because that would have been a residential area, uh-uh-uh, a wooded area close to a residential area. You know there weren’t any um– if I went to West Memphis it would have been to do something like say go to Wal-Mart, you know? Go to the grocery store, something like that. So it wouldn’t have been a residential area anyway…

0c3b0f  No.12699288


Sure, instead kids stay inside on the computer browsing porn, getting fat, and getting fed propaganda. So much better. Idiot.

d65296  No.12699302

File: f5454a78b69c80c⋯.jpg (22.82 KB, 400x288, 25:18, 3cbb58ae764fc38628b12b31ee….jpg)

Amazing thread, OP.

fed857  No.12699610

File: d838674e8f25c82⋯.jpg (39.84 KB, 321x518, 321:518, more skull injuries.jpg)


>A theory apparently suggested by the Misskelley confession

It's not a theory, it's documented by the injuries: >>12688592

Two different sticks were used to beat Michael Moore. He also had defensive injuries from struggling with a knife on both his hand and chest, though he was not stabbed or mutilated with a knife. The shoe laces used to tie him up were also cut in half with a cutting tool. What did that if not a knife? This is detailed here: >>12685639

So he was beaten in the head with two different weapons, and had injuries made by a knife and a knife was used to cut the shoe lace in half used to bind him. That's three different weapons used in just his murder alone.

>Could have been one stick

It was not one stick, the shape of the injury on Stevie's thigh is thin like a broomstick handle, and the injury Chris Byers' head is thin like a broomstick handle, and the injuries on the left side of Michael Moore's head are thin like a broomstick handle. Moore however had giant circular impacts on the right side of his head from a second weapon, and this is all testified about at trial. He was beaten with two different shaped sticks. Why would one person do that?

> It could have been the possibly homeless nigger's arm in a plaster cast

Oh, I'm sorry I didn't realize I was talking to a complete retard pretend to be forensic scientist.

Dr. Terri Haddix, a Forensic Pathologist consulted with by the defense, stated in her own report from October 22, 2007 the following on the injuries to Moore’s head, particularly these circular fractures:

>“The items potentially responsible for producing the scalp contusions, abrasions and lacerations are legion and the appearence of the cutaneous injuries doesn’t particularly help narrow the field. However, the curvilinear skull fractures identified during Moore’s autopsy are suggestive of an object with a similar curvilinear profile.”

Haddix states what you can see with your own two eyes when it comes to the wounds on the right side of his head, that the weapon that created the large circular fractures must also be similar in shape; having a rounded shape. This in turn further demonstrates that E-139 is the likely weapon responsible for those injuries. She likely wasn't called as a witness by the defense in the appeals, because she said a weapon caused the injuries and that you could see the shape of the weapon in Moore's skull. You can deep impacts on one side, but the thinner impacts on the left side of the head or but thin lines on his skull.

fed857  No.12699622

File: bc1600af925461e⋯.jpg (121.34 KB, 525x444, 175:148, ridgestick2.jpg)


From the trial of Jessie Misskelley, Dr. Frank Peretti stated the following under questioning by Prosecutor Brent Davis, about how two different weapons were used to beat Michael Moore:

>Peretti: Ok. State’s exhibit 59A, 62A, 61A, 63A will demonstrate the head injuries and some of the chest injuries. State’s exhibit 59A shows a laceration over the left forehead region and also we can see an abrasion. When I talk about abrasions, I’m going to be using the terms–abrasion means a scrape or a scratch and a contusion means a bruise, in layman’s terms black and blue. Here we can see, on the left side, we can see the laceration and also we can see an abrasion on the right side of the forehead. State’s exhibit 62A is a view of the head showing the left side and here we can see…

>Brent Davis: [interrupting] Doctor, excuse me just a second, was the hair shaved back so that could be photographed?

>Peretti: Yes. I shaved the hair. Here we can see three impact points on the scalp. We have three separate scalp lacerations surrounded by an abrasion and contusions surrounding the wound. Above the eyebrow, we have an abrasion immediately adjacent to the eyebrow or scrape and also on this photograph, we can see a bruise or contusion noted below the left eye, this dark discoloration here. On State’s exhibit 61A, we have two abrasions or scrapes on the top of the head, that ovoid-we have two separate impact sites here.

>Davis: Now Doctor, I notice that the injuries depicted in exhibit…what number is that?

>Peretti: 61A.

>Davis:…61A are different than those that appear in the previous exhibit 62A?

>Peretti: That’s correct.

>Davis: Can you explain to the ladies and gentlemen of the jury, based on your experience and expertise in this field, why we have different type injuries?

>Peretti: Well, we have two different instruments–weapons are being used, inflicting these type of injuries.

>Davis: And when you say–what type of instrument would you expect to be used or a general description of the type of instrument that would inflict the injury in 61A, I believe?

>Peretti: On 61A, we’re looking for an object with a broad surface–wide surface area.

>Davis: Doctor, would that be consistent with say a log aproximately 2 to 3 or 3 to 4 inches in diameter?

>Peretti: An object of that nature is consistent with inflicting these type of injuries.

>Davis: Okay. Now the injuries that you see in photograph number 62A, you said it would have been inflicted by a different type weapon. What could have caused that? Or what type of instrument would you expect to cause those injuries?

>Peretti: Well, this wound has different characteristics than the previously shown wound. Here we have lacerations, or in laymen’s terms cuts, on the scalp that are somewhat irregular. Some are straight, some have a stellate appearance and these type of injuries here indicate an object of a smaller diameter such as, you know, a piece of wood, a 2 by 4, a stick or broom handle are capable of inflicting these type of injuries here.

>Davis: So, something about the size of a broom handle?

>Peretti: Yes.

Pic 1 is one of the three sticks taken into evidence in the murders. It was found on top of the bodies of Chris Byers and Stevie Branch, and appeared to have portions carved off or missing, like a person handled it, so it was taken into evidence that day.

fed857  No.12699639

File: 6b86332ea6f21a4⋯.png (248.33 KB, 525x399, 25:19, Sticks recovery.png)

File: 33c39d96cbfe548⋯.png (192.69 KB, 525x358, 525:358, sticks recovery 2.png)

File: 28056b83921000b⋯.jpg (156.76 KB, 525x634, 525:634, ridgesticks.jpg)


Next pic here is the police pulling Michael Moore's body out of the water. The body had two large sticks next to it, with one of them that free up the body when it was moved, causing Moore's corpse to float to the surface. One of these sticks also had a victim's shirt wrapped around it by the killer, indicating the killer used it.

Next picture is a comparison between the recovered stick and that of the one shown in the photo, showing it's the same exact stick.

Next photo is the shirt being pulled from the stick.

Next is a photo of the sticks with the victim clothing, and the relevant testimony. The sticks however were not taken into evidence except for the one thin stick on the day the bodies were discovered, because the police did not know what caused the injuries yet and didn't even have access to an autopsy until days and days later. Weeks later they went back to the crime scene and recovered the sticks from the ditch using photos to identify them.

fed857  No.12699647


Also sorry for typos in this long dissertation on the injuries

a3000f  No.12699653



fed857  No.12699681


I've stated in thread that I posted on 4chan >>12686064 and also stated that I produced original content on my blog and was given an offer to write a book by a conservative website on the case. >>12690441 >>12686120

> getting called out on his bullshit

That's a faggy way of saying I boxed your shit in on another site. It's all available on the 4plebs archive:


fed857  No.12699975

File: 4df63a1db6e27c0⋯.jpg (58.72 KB, 800x532, 200:133, 20623990_10212197657608188….jpg)

File: ff2af72fd3284e3⋯.jpg (38.73 KB, 800x532, 200:133, 20614382_10212197680048749….jpg)

Jessie Misskelley telling his lawyer that the boys were still alive while being put into the ditch, saying he saw Chris Byers still moving a little after he was castrated and put in the water.

>STIDHAM: The prosecutor wants you to testify against those other boys, what do you want to do?

>MISSKELLEY: I - I - I really don't know.

>STIDHAM: Do you want to think about it for a while?

>MISSKELLEY: More than likely, yeah.

>STIDHAM: Okay. We're not going to get in a big hurry, you want to think about this.

>MISSKELLEY: I - I - I know, you know, I didn't cut none of them myself.

>STIDHAM: Do you want to talk to your daddy before you make any decision?

>MISSKELLEY: Yeah. But - but - when they threw them in the water that one was still moving - the one that was cut, his penis was completely cut off, he was moving cause I saw him.

>STIDHAM: You sure?

>MISSKELLEY: I'm positive.

Evidence of drowning could visibly be seen with Stevie Branch's body, which kept vomiting up foam after they pulled him from the water, a sign that someone drowned. And he was still vomiting it up at autopsy.

Jessie knew the boys were alive when they were put in the ditch, at actual fact that only the killer would know.

fed857  No.12703198

File: 40237da84841225⋯.png (63.6 KB, 639x662, 639:662, Damien insane.png)

File: 9161e32a785ae7d⋯.png (20.82 KB, 603x171, 67:19, Damien obama and hillary.png)

File: a4d35016e9ae3f3⋯.png (34.04 KB, 634x299, 634:299, damien white power.png)

Damien Echols:

>"You don't wake up one day free of mental illness. That's not how it works."

99ee06  No.12703415

File: 839439b0ce3bc5d⋯.jpeg (34 KB, 474x291, 158:97, th (1).jpeg)

File: b7efe0e179e029a⋯.jpeg (17.28 KB, 250x323, 250:323, th.jpeg)



Thanks anon for sharing you're insightful research and countering the media hysteria. The plethora of evidence and testimonies indicate that Damien, Jessie, and Jason are guilty of the crime. What's frustrating and compelling to me is how Hollywood celebrities came out and successfully rallied for freeing the child murderers years after the crime. I find it disingenuous that the movement was soley to free the wrongfully persecuted killers from a right wing Christian witch hunt. The most likely of reasons for Hollywood's motivation to free the killers was to delegitimize capital punishment and monetize off the #freeWM3 movement (donations, series, books).

What I find sinister is the fact that these documentaries '"knowingly"' omitted facts and distorted the evidence to pass blame. There is also the bizarre obsession some of these celebrities have for Echols. The fact that Echols who is an open devout Satanist has a peculiar interest into macarabe art just so happens to align with the like of Depp, Manson, and Jack Black (I'm sure the other celebs as well). In a nutshell, Hollywood is a coven of satanic evil that will come out and defend their own. I hope that twisted place burns and their influence on society never resurfaces.

(Pics related)

0796a3  No.12703420


fucking execute the broken little fucks, it's inexcusable in any circumstance and they're never going to be anything but a drain in every way.

fed857  No.12705126

File: b848a22e9fb74a8⋯.jpg (41.61 KB, 400x527, 400:527, roger keith coleman.jpg)


The media loves a good "cause", and things that will make celebrities and leftists feel good about themselves. They also hate the south, hate conservatives, and hate Christians, and hate the death penalty, and also hate law enforcement, which is all optimized in this case for leftists to circle-jerk over.

It's not even the first time the left has attempted to portray a murderer as innocent for the sake of a political agenda and for feeling smug and good about themselves.

73e132  No.12705193


Did anyone bring up the fact that the night of the murders a nigger walked into a MacDonalds bathroom (IIRC) heinously wounded, covered in blood and gore? The local police swung by after the nog left but didn't bother following up with a manhunt. The employees then cleaned the bathroom as the cops didn't declare a crime scene nor did they collect DNA.

6b3b6b  No.12706057

File: 85a6747602af06c⋯.jpeg (270.76 KB, 1242x1671, 414:557, gibson-hollywood-blood-of….jpeg)

99ee06  No.12706284


Stop.. Read the damn thread before asking and posting. Yes the theory has already been brought up only to be proven as a red herring. OP has provided crime scene evidence through out the thread which contradicts a single killer. Go read and look through the testimonies, weapons, separate knots tied, and the convicted murderer's profiles.

>3 boy scouts go into the woods only to be found bound, bludgeoned, and castrated after coming across 3 teens who have histories of mental illness, worshipping satan/vampires/blood, and… oh yeah literally bragging about how they murdered the boys.


It's terrible. Smug virtue signaling celebs are a sympton at the surface of what Hollywood/pop culture truly is. There's been multiple threads and investigating on the topic of Hollywood's sick affliction with occults, pedophilia, blood worship, satanism, and other twisted subjects. It makes me sick and furious imagining the last violent moments of the poor kids life.

In a just world Hollywood would have rallied to make a film where the WM3 killers would be drawn and quartered.

c4f328  No.12706322

>guncucks will do nothing again

Does having guns turn people into massive cowards?

773f16  No.12706328


Yep, this is why Hollywood Jews were so desperate to free these poor innocent white men. We all know there is no greater friend to victimized whites than rich and powerful jews, right (((anon)))

add5ae  No.12706488

File: e772bcb4a827b1e⋯.png (469.61 KB, 1080x1850, 108:185, Screenshot_2019-01-22-20-0….png)


Just saw this post(pic) on Baldwin's facebook. He "forgives" the killer for the murders. He also mentions how the killer murdered him, his family, and friends.. wow. Then states once the killer is caught, Baldwin in good faith will show the killer mercy and advocate to spare their life. What a great guy. I really want to believe hell is a real place that will welcome him someday.


>This is now a gun issue goy.

Nowhere in this case is the subject of a gun involved. If you're inciting vigilante justice then do it yourself and get convicted.

33d538  No.12706508


Baxter Dmitry just makes up stories, he writes for David Icke's sodomite ex-webmaster's website, YourNewsWire.

9e0019  No.12708369

File: 6a7babba1d7574f⋯.png (199.28 KB, 920x440, 23:11, Jason Baldwin Todd Moore.png)


Todd Moore posted this screen shot from a PM from Jason in a number of Facebook groups. Jason had messaged him in an effort to try and convince Moore that he wasn't one of the real killers.

fed857  No.12713661


It wasn't a McDonald's, and it was mentioned numerous times already in the thread.

First off he wasn't "heinously wounded". He had a cut on his arm and left blood from it on everything he touched while he took a shit in the ladies bathroom. Second Marty King, the witness for the defense who encountered the guy added new details not in the police report when he testified at trial. And third, nobody saw the phantom black man walking from the crime scene, as somebody would have noticed a guy supposedly covered in blood like the defense contended he was, yet witnesses saw Damien fleeing the crime scene with wet and muddy clothes. The crime also had ample evidence suggesting that there was more than one killer involved in the crime:multiple victims, killed in two different locations, killed willed with multiple weapons, tied up with three different types of knots, etc. Yet from every indication, there's no suggestion that the phantom black man, known as Mr. Bojangles had any accomplices, with every indication that he acted alone, making it very unlikely that a black guy who only had the use of his one arm, since he had a cast on the other, had done the murders. The Mr Bojangles restaurant wasn't even near the crime scene and no evidence tying the two locations together. The only reason anyone even mentions the incident was because the crime lab found a single hair from a black guy on the sheet used to cover the bodies at the crime scene, however there were black people working the crime scene and draining the ditch, making it likely the hair was from someone working the crime scene and handling the sheet.

It's a complete nonsense suspect.

Deputy Prosecutor John Fogleman during closing statements at Jessie Misskelley's trial discussing the Mr Bojangles claims:

>"The defense then moves from alibi to Mr. Bojangles. Remember Mr. Bojangles? Remember that? Is there any evidence to suggest Mr. Bojangles had anything to do with this? You have a sheet with a single negroid hair fragment. A single one. And so they pick out Mr. Bojangles to present up here as this must be the person who did it. Well let's think about that a minute. Well there's blood, you know, he came in, he was kind of uncoherent. Is there something to that? Could it have been Mr. Bojangles? Well let's think about it. What about the crime scene? Picture in your mind the crime scene, and then picture in your mind Bojangles. The crime scene, not a drop of blood. Not one, couldn't find one. The bodies were hidden, the kids' clothes were hidden, they were crammed down in the mud, the blood was washed off the bank, had the scuff marks. Contrast that with Bojangles. Goes in there and he leaves blood all over the place, down the hall, on the wall, on the floor, on the commode, all over the place. Do you really believe that a guy is gonna go to the trouble of cleaning up the crime scene, hiding the kids' bodies, hiding their clothes, hiding any evidence of this crime that's taken place there, and then he's gonna walk down through a field to Bojangles Reataurant, a public place, and leave blood all over the place? Give me a break. "


fed857  No.12717758


Prosecutor Brent Davis on Mr. Bojangles

>They talk about Bojangles. Do you think, if the blood sample that was obtained at Bojangles had indicated in its examination that it belonged to somebody, or some thing or would have any evidentiary value, don't you think that you would have heard some evidence about it from the defense? Don't you think they would've put something on? The reason that, and that's one of those things we call red herrings, and I think the reason they call it a red herring is because it's something if you throw it in the jury box and leave it there long enough, it's going to create a big stink. And that red herring is thrown in there to try to throw you off. But like Mr. Fogleman said, the person that was in Bojangles, I don't know, they investigated him, whatever happened to him, whatever caused him to be bleeding, that person was not the same person who meticulously cleaned this area, who jammed the clothes down in the water, who submersed these three little victims, and left no trail of blood anywhere in those woods. That person is not the same person that was in Bojangles. And you all agreed with me during voir dire you'd apply your common sense and common sense tells you that that is, is I guess blowing smoke on the part of the defense, because it's just not something that makes any common sense whatsoever.


>But think about it, I mean, we got a guy who is literally bleeding like a stuck hog when he comes in Bojangles. I mean, there is blood everywhere. It's in the entrance, it's in the floor, it's on the - it completely soaked the toilet paper roll. Ok. The guy is unsteady, he seems to be kindly out of it. And this is the same guy they're trying to point the finger at and say, that's reasonable doubt, that could be the killer. Mr. Price didn't even have - he couldn't go that far, he said, well it's possible. It's possible. Read that instruction on reasonable doubt. It's possible, but can you believe a crime scene that were so meticulously - I say to you that's the crime scene - that was so meticulously devoid of any signs of struggle or altercation. Even though the bodies, and remember those bodies that were dumped there when they were recovered bled again when they were put up on the bank. And we know they were taken there and dumped but whoever did it was so careful that there's not any blood in the area, you think that's any connection with the guy who's unsteady on his feet and he comes walking in Bojangles about eight-thirty that night. He's got blood all over the walls and got blood all over the toilet paper in the women's bathroom. I mean, come on. You know, use your head and logic. That is a red herring they're throwing out to try to get you off the track.


a347ac  No.12720220


put the information in a blockchain. Ethereum for example.

fed857  No.12721422

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

Joe Berlinger, one of the scumbag directors behind Paradise Lost, who conveniently cut out footage in the films because it made the West Memphis Three look guilty, has a movie that glorifies Ted Bundy coming out.

a3000f  No.12723762


Now I've read the Misskelley confessions and his trial transcript. I've gone through the all available materials in depth. There is not one thing in the Misskelley 'confession' that wasn't fed to him by his interogators, primarily Ridge. This was a good thread in that it provided some feel and though I'm absolutely disgusted I've come to exactly the opposite conclusion from you. I can't in any way claim to know who did this terrible crime. Reasonable people can disagree about many things but if you believe that confession anything more than a complete travesty you're a fucking idiot.

060695  No.12723809


Fucking disgusting cuck faglet. Forgiveness is a pitiless death for these psychotic kikes.

fed857  No.12724441


>Now I've read the Misskelley confessions and his trial transcript. I've gone through the all available materials in depth.

I promise you haven't. There's other documents, including hearings, and supplemental reports.

>There is not one thing in the Misskelley 'confession' that wasn't fed to him

(citation needed)

1. Jessie broke down crying and told his best friend Buddy Lucas the day after the murders that he, Jason, and Damien had gone to West Memphis and hurt some kids, and now he was scared and didn't know what to do, because he wanted to turn his friends in, but couldn't because he too had hits the kids. He also gave Lucas the shoes he was wearing on the night of the murders, which the police later took into evidence.

You can read about the Buddy Lucas confession here:


2. Lee Rush, the live-in girlfriend of Jessie's father, Jessie Misskelley Sr., reported to the police on the night Jessie confessed, that in the days after the murders, Jessie had mysterious crying fits and nightmares that he'd wake up screaming from. Jessie told her when questioned that he was having the crying fits and screaming nightmares, because his girlfriend was moving away, however she never moved away. She's documented in police reports in which she is mistakenly listed as his father's wife.

Video here:


She also appears in the documentary, Paradise Lost and has an argument with Jessie's father, in which she repeatedly asks him, "What if he did it?"

Video here, she appears at 17:41 and has the argument:


3. Jessie's father told a reporter that Jessie could have been at the crime scene with his friends and watched Jason and Damien do the murders, but insisted that Jessie was just a witness and not a participant.

Video here:


4. Jessie and two other friends called the police on May 15, 1993 and tried to falsely implicte a man named Tracy Laxton in the murders in an attempt to pin the blame on someone else.During this incident while at the police station, Jessie told one of this friends that he thought Damien and Jason did the murders, and said that he was scared of Damien.


5. Jessie told his older female friend Vickie Hutchison, who he babysat for, and whose son just so happened to have been friends with the murder victims, that he thought Damien Echols was the one who did it, and actively participated with her in trying to get Damien to confess, even going with her to pick up Damien on two seperate occasions(though Damien only went once). Jessie also allegedly told Vicki that if the police ever questioned him, he would just tell them that he did the murders, which he supposedly told her afterwords was just a joke.


6. Jessie had a falling out with Damien and Jason after the murders, which is repeated by Jason's mother in her testimony during Jason's appeals. Jessie says it because after the murders Jason and Damien were mad at him, suggesting because he was the weak link and felt guilt over the murders.

7. Jessie also told Kim Floresca and some other kids that he, Jason and Damien did the murders during a car ride, but the people he confessed to at the time, didn't believe Jessie.

8. After his confession to police, Jessie maintained his guilt for over 3 months, when an innocent person would recant right away, yet Jessie was telling his own lawyer that he did the murders and wanted to take a plea deal, because he didn't want to spend the rest of his life in prison, nor did he want to be an old man when he got out since he was only 17.

9. Jessie proceeded to confess again on the day he was going to prison, telling cops on the ride there that the jury was right to convict him, and that he lied and fabricated some details in his confessions to try and get the police to discount his statements and also to try and lessen his involvement, because he was afraid of going to prison. He said he blamed the murders soley on his friends, when he too had actually beaten the victims as well, a detail he avoided saying over and over again in his original confession. He later gave several more confessions afirming his guilt, and led his lawyer to the location of the Evan Williams bottle he smashed on the night of the murders while walking home from the crime scene, even leading investigators to the woman who bought him the Evan Williams, Vicki Hutchison.

fed857  No.12724453


It's difficult to believe the confessions were fabricated or coersed when you have the whole picture surrounding them, with Jessie showing guilt and remorse for the murders, to Buddy Lucas, and Lee Rush, and Kim Floresca, and trying to falsely implicate Tracy Laxton, and then helping Vicki Hutcheson try and get Damien to talk about the murders. Jessie's own father even said that Jessie may have been at the crime scene on the night of the murders. And Jessie said he was guilty for 3 months straight following his confession, only retracting it when his lawyer said that they couldn't get a plea deal that wouldn't give him a life sentence or definite parole because of how heinous the murders were. Jessie then after his conviction admits guilt over and over again, saying he was far more involved than he let on prior.

>I've come to exactly the opposite conclusion from you.

Lets get real, you were always going to come to that conclusion because of what Fake News says. Such as here where you were responding in approval of people talking shit:>>12699653 Or here, where you were trying to discount evidence against the WM3 in favor of Mr. Bojangles and insisting I'm defending the police for stating fact regarding it. >>12698933

fed857  No.12724471

File: b45c04b0b66e0b1⋯.jpg (99.11 KB, 990x696, 165:116, luminol3.jpg)


> can't in any way claim to know who did this terrible crime.

> but if you believe that confession anything more than a complete travesty you're a fucking idiot.

>I don't know who did it, but I know who didn't

Fucking pick one!

You've done nothing to disprove the confessions or the volumous material supporting them. Jessie volunteered new information that Ridge did not provide, stating that Michael Moore tried to run away, a fact never mentioned prior and supported by physical evidence, such as the large distance between where Moore's body was recovered, and where Chris and Stevie's bodies were found.

See in my image here, it's a police document, the number 6 is where Moore's body was located. It was found 27 ft away. Up thread I mistakenly said 28 ft, I wanted to correct that incase someone says I'm talking shit, since I was speaking from memory, and much like the President lib-shits will whine if I'm one digit off, but needless to say there was a great distance between where Moore's body was located and where Chris and Stevie were found.

0b4bec  No.12724481


Serial killers are cool.

fed857  No.12724483

File: e5ca2b3e22bbb6c⋯.jpg (130.58 KB, 800x518, 400:259, crime_scene_53.jpg)

File: 8fab0e8c4936389⋯.jpg (28.99 KB, 450x301, 450:301, e_wallofwoods.jpg)


The crime happened on two different ditch banks, which Jessie suggests fully in his first confession, describing how Moore ran and almost got away, saying he made toward a field. Well, near where Moore was found dead, there was a trail that lead out into a wide open field next to the service road.

First pic is showing both ditch banks. Right side of the photo behind the three trees in the middle is where Chris and Stevie died. Left side on that ditch bank is where Moore died.

Second pic is the only photo that I'm aware of of the path leading from the ditch bank where Moore was killed, up to the service road. Jessie said Moore was running out that way, and assumed he was trying to get back home.

fed857  No.12724503

File: 0c5ddd605962007⋯.jpg (32.43 KB, 500x345, 100:69, bloodbath7.jpg)


A giant pool of blood 3ft in diameter was also located on the ditch bank next to where Moore's body was discovered when the scene was sprayed with luminol, indicating it was where he was beaten to death.

The photo here is the pool of blood.

This information all indicated that Moore was killed at a second location from his friends. Jessie volunteered the new information that Moore had almost gotten away, saying he chased him down, explaining why he was killed in a second location. It also provided an explanation for why the victims were tied up, that the victims were pretty in the process of dying from their injuries already, but after Moore almost got away, they decided to tie them up so that couldn't happen again. Again, all information that Ridge never mentioned. Jessie also corrects the detectives when he's asked whose car they drove in to get to the crime scene, stating that they didn't drive, they walked to the location.

Jessie also volunteers the location of where the bikes were left by the victims, a fact that the police never told him. They were left by the victims on the other side of the pipe bridge and then the killers later rolled them off the bridge into the water. Again, Jessie just happened to know that the victims didn't walk their bikes across that bridge and stated it without anyone else telling him.

a3000f  No.12724609

File: c403cdf951f800c⋯.jpg (100.71 KB, 525x859, 525:859, lucas_b_poly.jpg)


>Buddy Lucas

1.You are either disingenous or obtuse.

2. Is nothing.

3. Is nothing.

4. Unproven nothings.

>Vicki Hutcheson

5. Says Det. Ridge is a menace. http://callahan.mysite.com/wm3/vicki_h_exhibit_c.html

6. I'd be upset if someone parroted things like that about me too.

7. sauce/proofs?

8. Jessie tailored his story to fit the police / prosecution narrative at every opportunity. He seemed to be under the impression that if he only told it 'right' everything would be okay. It's evident in the words and phrases he employs after they've been fed to him, not only in his initial encounter but all they way through into his trial where he still wants to trust the police, even over the advice of his own lawyers. He's not a smart boy.

9. Links?

a3000f  No.12724636


It's not a binary choice. It's unfortunate.

The confessions are worthless as every single detail was provided by the police in multiple coaching sessions. This sort of interogation technique as been shown time and again to be a source of error.

27 ft is no great distance. A man could toss a 50lb child that far.


a3000f  No.12724651


volunteers the location of where the bikes were left by the victims, a fact that the police never told him

I think you should review the confession. As I recall Jessie initially guessed the bikes on the wrong side of the pipe bridge. This incorrect assumption of Jessie's, one of many, was quickly corrected by his interogators.

55167f  No.12724707

File: 1d5cc1026fc49f3⋯.jpg (262.77 KB, 1012x880, 23:20, ef1d56ae1ccfb12d1a725cf093….jpg)


>That middle pic

fed857  No.12724757

File: 043d4e61a5294e3⋯.jpg (54.14 KB, 640x349, 640:349, laxton 2.jpg)

File: dc306656356be81⋯.jpg (50.82 KB, 503x434, 503:434, laxton.jpg)


>1.You are either disingenous or obtuse.

Explain why we should disregard Buddy Lucas, the guy who Jessie mentions to police in his first confession, who then told his family and the police that Jessie did the murders and had confessed to him?

>2. Is nothing.

Explain? Lee Rush repeatedly asserted Jessie's guilt, saying to police on the night Jessie confessed that Jessie expressed guilt for the murders and had nightmares and crying fits over them. She's also on camera telling Jessie's father, "What if he did it?"

>3. Is nothing.

Jessie's father says Jessie may have been at the crime scene when the murders occurred, more or less saying, Jessie is guilty! The only thing he adds is that just participated in the murders, not actually killed the boys! That is not nothing! That completely destroys any potential alibi and has his father saying Jessie is guilty!

>4. Unproven nothings.

Explain? It's why the police decided to question Jessie in the first place, it was one of the first times Jessie's name came up in the investigation, because Jessie involved himself in the investigation as murderers tend to do. My two included pics are from a statement from one of his friends in the incident, saying that Jessie told him that night that Damien and Jason did the murders and that Jessie was scared of Damien.

>5. Says Det. Ridge is a menace. http://callahan.mysite.com/wm3/vicki_h_exhibit_c.html

And? Vicki was a criminal, who also lied and said Jessie and Damien took her to an Esbat. She also was documented by Ron lax, Damien's defense investigator to have bought liquor for teenagers.

>6. I'd be upset if someone parroted things like that about me too.

Show me proof that Gail was parroting things about Jessie?

>7. sauce/proofs?

It's in the same link I already provided, but you're not clicking or reading any of the information, so you wouldn't know that would you


>8. Jessie tailored his story to fit the police / prosecution narrative at every opportunity.

(citation needed) Show some proof instead of googling lib-shit talking points without comprehending what you're even talking about.

>told it 'right' everything would be okay.

(citation needed) Is that why Jessie told Dan that he wanted to plead guilt and maintained his guilt for 3 months straight?

> been fed to him

(citation needed)

>not only in his initial encounter but all they way through into his trial where he still wants to trust the police, even over the advice of his own lawyers.

(citation needed)

>He's not a smart boy.

He was smart enough to lie on his IQ test to try and help his defense>>12685038

>9. Links?

I thought you said you read all the confessions? Didn't you say that over and over again? And that you read the trial transcripts? You wouldn't happen to be lying now would you? Well color me surprised!

Confession in cop car:


Confession to his lawyer where he first gives up the Evan Williams bottle


Follow-up confession with prosecutors after the one with his lawyer. In this one his confesses even with his lawyers begging him to shut-up, because his lawyer Dan Stidham conspired again Jessie with Damien Defense Investigator Ron Lax, and so was trying to do everything within his power to prevent Jessie from testifying against Damien, because it would fuck him over.


Hearing in which it was discussed that Dan Stidham, Jessie's lawyer conspired against his client to help Damien.


fed857  No.12724779


During a February 22, 1994 court hearing concerning Jessie's post conviction confessions, it was learned that Dan had actively conspired against Jessie by working with Damien's lawyers to intimidate him into not testifying. Dan even let Val Price grill Jessie in a mock trial:

>MR. FOGLEMAN: Mr. Price already has cross examined him.

>MR. DAVIDSON: No, we have not.

>MR. PRICE: No, your Honor –

>MR. STIDHAM: – your Honor, that is not correct. That is an absolute absurdity.

>MR. FORD: I'd like the same opportunity.

>MR. STIDHAM: Your Honor, as his lawyer, I'm objecting to anybody talking to him – anybody.

>MR. PRICE: If I could clarify something. Approximately two or three days prior to the Denno hearing, I went up with Mr. Stidham and I practiced cross examination of Mr. Misskelley approximately ten or fifteen minutes. That's the only conversations I've had with Mr. Misskelley.

>MR. FOGLEMAN: Was that to assist Mr. Misskelley in preparation for his trial?

>MR. STIDHAM: Mr. Price was asking questions of Mr. Misskelley to prepare him for the onslaught we anticipated –

>MR. PRICE: – At the direction of Mr. Stidham.

>MR. FOGLEMAN: So that was to assist him in preparation for their trial.

>MR. DAVIS: Your Honor, we would certainly note on the record that if any statements were made by Mr. Misskelley under those circumstances, then Mr. Price was providing legal services at the request of Mr. Misskelley's counsel and, therefore, any statements Mr. Misskelley made at that point would be subject to attorney-client privilege and one of the things that's going to come up is who is going to advise him to claim that privilege and, number two, what happens when Mr. Price who represents a co-defendant in the case gets up and starts to examine him regarding that. Because Mr. Price said that he was there to provide legal assistance to Mr. Stidham in preparing him for a hearing.

>MR. STIDHAM: I don't know if you want to term it "legal assistance." It was a mock trial situation, your Honor.


And in Jessie's February 17, 1994 confession made just days prior, Dan had also tried to intimidate Jessie, telling him he was perjuring himself.

>STIDHAM: Jessie, listen to me. For the purpose of the tape this is Dan Stidham. Ah.. prior to making this statement you refused to talk to Mr. Crow and I is that correct?

>MISSKELLEY: Yes, I did.

>STIDHAM: You didn't want to talk to us?


>STIDHAM: And again we advised you not to make this statement? Is that correct?


>STIDHAM: Uhm…..For the purpose of this tape I would like to find out..inaudible..Judge Burnett and everyone else thinks it's true. Misskelley is purgering himself. Do you have an opinion Mr. Crow?

>CROW: I have a very strong opinion that he is purgering himself.

>STIDHAM: We feel obligated to inform the court, as officers of the court, ethically we feel that..inaudible..make that for the record of this statement. inaudible

>CALVIN: …inaudible….agreed with him.

>DAVIS: Jesse I asked you earlier about what you just told me about the events that took place the night of May 5. Is that, what you told me the truth?

>MISSKELLEY: Yes, sir.

>DAVIS: Ok. And if I asked you to testify to that in Court, would you and could you testify truthfully to those same things?

>MISSKELLEY: Yes, sir.


Jessie's own defense team knew he did the murders and actively conspired against him to fuck him out of a plea deal to testify, because they were working with Damien's lawyers and private investigators, and if Jessie cut a deal to testify against Damien and Jason it ensured Damien's conviction. Dan Stidham, Jessie's lawyer was also the one who told Jessie to purposely fail the IQ test to try and have his confessions tossed out, and he was the one who told Jessie to recant after failing to reach a plea-deal prior to trial. Dan and Damien's defense investigator, Ron Lax "decided" Jessie had "falsely" confessed to help Damien's case.

fed857  No.12724794


From the hearing regarding Dan Stidham conspiring against his client.

>MR. DAVIS: Judge, I'd like to clarify one thing while we are on the subject. In discussing it – and we did – I talked to Jessie Misskelley on Friday afternoon. On that morning I called Greg Crow and told him, "I'm going down there to talk with him. It will be under the same conditions I talked with him Thursday night. If you want to be there, you're welcome to be there, but I'm going to go talk with Jessie Misskelley."

>When I arrived at the jail, Greg Crow was not there. I brought two witnesses into the jail cell. I advised Jessie Misskelley that his attorney, Greg Crow, had advised him not to talk with anyone, that if he desired to talk with me, it would be against the wishes of his attorney. And he advised me at that time that he had been the one who told me on Thursday night that he wanted me to come down Friday and talk to me, that he certainly wanted to talk with me and indicated that he did not want to follow the advice of his attorneys and wanted to talk with me on that afternoon.

>Again on Saturday when I talked with him – and I have a copy of the document signed and witnessed by an individual at the sheriff's department. He indicated, I advised him if he talked with us, it would be against the advice of his attorneys, that his attorneys advised him not to talk with me and if he talked with me, it would be against their advice and based on his own personal wishes. He again told me he wanted to speak with me. I talked with him on that day.

>Again on Sunday the exact same procedure was followed. Mr. Fogleman was there that time. He was advised that Mr. Crow had said it was their advice not to talk with us. He said he desired to waive their advice, so to speak. I don't remember the exact language – wanted to talk with us, and he did so on that date.

>To clarify some incorrect statements that Mr. Stidham made, originally we went down to the Department of Correction on Tuesday, which would have been the Tuesday after Mr. Misskelley was convicted.

>It was our information that on the way down to the Department of Corrections on Friday, that he had spoken, talked continuously for a period of two to three hours, however long it took to get there, describing his involvement and even indicating to the officers that he was not shocked by what the jury did because he basically deserved the punishment he received. He talked constantly about what – his involvement in the case. The officers advised me of that information and that's when I contacted Dan Stidham to see if we should go down there to discuss his client's options and if he did in fact want to testify.

>We then rode down to the Department of Corrections on Tuesday. Mr. Stidham rode with me. Mr. Fogleman and Mr. Gitchell met us at Brinkley, and we went to Pine Bluff. At that time, Mr. Stidham talked with him for approximately ten or fifteen minutes, at which point he came out of the room, grabbed a Bible. went back in and – this is my personal observation – but approximately 30 to 45 minutes later Mr. Stidham exited. He was very upset, unnerved, just kept mumbling things – "I don't know what I'm supposed to do now. I don't know what to do now."

>And after thirty minutes of conversation, it became apparent at that point that his client had indicated that he was involved in the murders and had in fact witnessed and played a part in the murders.

>Mr. Stidham then went back into the room, at which time he did not allow us, nor did we request or insist on having contact with his client. He went back inside and talked for another hour and came back and to paraphrase indicated that his client's story matched with the facts much better and there were a few things we needed to do to be able to corroborate his statement.

>At that point we got in our vehicles, and one of the things to corroborate his client's statement was to determine if there was an Evan Williams whiskey bottle under an overpass in West Memphis.

fed857  No.12724799


>To quote Mr. Stidham, I believe at that time, "If we can find a bottle like he says, then that will convince me that it happened." At 9:30 or 10:00 at night we drive – ten o'clock in the evening – we proceed, the four of us, to roam underneath the overpasses of West Memphis and lo and behold find a broken bottle in the location indicated by his client.

>We then take the bottle to a local liquor store where we proceeded to spend the better part of an hour matching the bottle with certain items, and lo and behold it matches with the brand name bottle Mr. Stidham had indicated that we should be looking for in the first place.

>At that point Mr. Stidham says that wasn't good enough to convince him. Additional efforts were made. He then – there was a week hiatus where there was no contact apparently.

>On Tuesday evening – on Tuesday he apparently went with Jessie Senior to the Department of Corrections. They had contact with Jessie down there. I received information through my secretary that Dan had come through town, stopped, played a portion of the tape and said that his client was indicating at this point he was not there and that he would not be testifying.

>On Wednesday morning I called Dan's partner, Greg Crow, another defense attorney, talked to Mr. Crow and at that time was somewhat surprised to find out initially when they went in to speak with the defendant, that he indicated that he in fact was there and was present when this happened and that it was after his father made some remark as if, you couldn't be there, you couldn't possibly be there, before there was a change in attitude.

>At that point I indicated to Greg that, "I think Dan has lost his objectivity. I think he has lost the best interest of his client."

>I said, "If we can make arrangements to get your client up here, would you be agreeable to letting me talk to him and you be present when that occurred."

>At that point Greg said, "I would be inclined to do that." Yesterday he informed me that what he recalled saying was, "I need to talk to Dan." My impression was he would be inclined to do it, but he didn't know exactly how he was going to do it without discussing it with Dan.

>I make no bones to the Court – I was dealing with Mr. Crow because I thought Mr. Stidham had lost objectivity as to what was in his client's best interest, what actually to do in order to get to the bottom of the truth.

>Mr. Crow was then – we prepared the order. The Court signed it. I have had witnesses brought back a thousand times and never have asked permission of defense attorneys or counsel for that person or anyone else to bring a person back from the Department of Corrections as a witness.

>He was brought back on Thursday. I was called by Joe Calvin. He had just talked to Greg Crow. He then called Greg back and advised Greg that Jessie Misskelley, Junior was on the way back from the Department of Corrections and would he meet us either at the jail or at Joe's office. Greg said he thought it would be better to meet at Joe's office. At that point Greg said he would be there by 4:15 or 4:30 and he would meet us there.

>We transmitted that information to the deputy that was bringing him back and told him to bring him straight to Joe's office. I left anticipating we would meet Greg Crow there.

>When I arrived at the office, Joe said he had talked with Greg, that Greg said he had talked with Dan and Dan was upset and that Dan would not come down there. That Greg told Joe, "If when he gets there and he wants to give a statement, call us and we will be there."

>When Officer Howell arrived with Jessie Misskelley, Junior, he brought him inside the law office. There was one question asked. Did he desire to give a statement. He said yes. We told him to stop. We picked up the telephone, called Greg Crow. Greg was then allowed to listen over the telephone as his client told him that, yes, he wanted to talk to us.

>At that point Greg Crow and Dan Stidham started down. No additional questions were asked until they got there. The basic scenario once they arrived was they went in the room with Jessie. We could hear efforts being made to tell him that he didn't – that he was wrong in the statements that he was making, that he should not talk with us, and at some point I walked in the room.

>I said, "I'm here to take a statement. You are here. We called you here. You can advise your client. If you tell your client not to talk and he doesn't not want to talk, then there won't be a statement taken. If you advise your client that he's not to talk and he wants to give me a statement, then I'm here ready, willing and able to take a statement and that's what I intend to do. I didn't bring him back here so that we could spend two hours with you cross examining your client, trying to get him to change his story again."


55167f  No.12724835

File: caf9f51d0402633⋯.png (404.01 KB, 633x840, 211:280, ClipboardImage.png)


Can we dig into Damien Echols childhood? Possible family ties to (((Richard Donner))) or (((David Seltzer)))?

fed857  No.12724936

File: 3b72829584965d2⋯.jpg (48.49 KB, 450x299, 450:299, ditch04.jpg)

File: d995cf96250c0c6⋯.jpg (36.06 KB, 590x522, 295:261, 20645851_10212197670608513….jpg)

>At that point, I left the room and Jessie Misskelley, Junior walked out of the room behind me and refused to talk to his attorneys any further.

At one point Mr. Stidham did call your Honor, and I think at the point where he asked that – told the Court that Jessie Misskelley needed a psychiatric evaluation, Mr. Crow, who was sitting next to me at that time, made the comment that someone in the room needed a psychiatric evaluation but he wasn't sure that it was Jessie Misskelley, Junior.

And at that point I was – since other things had developed in talking with Mr. Misskelley over the weekend, I had concerns because in every conversation I have had with him he indicates insistently that he was present, he did observe these things and he does want to testify and can't understand why his attorneys

are not interested in that.

It is surprising and concerning to me that his attorneys even though disagreeing on strategy have now apparently provided the content of the statement that was given that evening to other co-defense counsel, and it was shocking to me to learn from Mr. Misskelley that during the course of preparation for the last trial, that counsel for co-defendants were brought in to provide cross examination training regarding this case.>>12724636

>The confessions are worthless as every single detail was provided by the police in multiple coaching sessions.

(citation needed) You keep making claims like this without providing the proof to back it up.

>This sort of interogation technique as been shown time and again to be a source of error.

Whoa buddy, that's some serious strawmanning you're doing there with that logical fallacy. Provide some proof that Jessie's confession is false.

>27 ft is no great distance.

(Citation needed)

First pic is where Byers and Branch were found.

Second pic is them removing Moore from the ditch 27ft away. A great distance.

>A man could toss a 50lb child that far.

(citation needed) And also why would the killer be purposely trying to throw children like a football down the ditch. Why not just pile them all up near by where they were killed?

>I think you should review the confession.

I really think you should. >>12684942

>As I recall Jessie initially guessed the bikes on the wrong side of the pipe bridge. This

He at no time says they were brought across the bridge. You might want to check your reading comprehension. He says the boys arrived at the pipe bridge and sent the bikes down close to where they came in, meaning next to the bridge entrance, which is how the killers were even aware the victims had their bikes with them in the first place.

fed857  No.12724965


Accidentally included some more testimony from the Dan Stidham hearing regarding him conspiring against Jessie.

>At that point, I left the room and Jessie Misskelley, Junior walked out of the room behind me and refused to talk to his attorneys any further.

>At one point Mr. Stidham did call your Honor, and I think at the point where he asked that – told the Court that Jessie Misskelley needed a psychiatric evaluation, Mr. Crow, who was sitting next to me at that time, made the comment that someone in the room needed a psychiatric evaluation but he wasn't sure that it was Jessie Misskelley, Junior.

>And at that point I was – since other things had developed in talking with Mr. Misskelley over the weekend, I had concerns because in every conversation I have had with him he indicates insistently that he was present, he did observe these things and he does want to testify and can't understand why his attorneys

>are not interested in that.

>It is surprising and concerning to me that his attorneys even though disagreeing on strategy have now apparently provided the content of the statement that was given that evening to other co-defense counsel, and it was shocking to me to learn from Mr. Misskelley that during the course of preparation for the last trial, that counsel for co-defendants were brought in to provide cross examination training regarding this case.

Disregard I left it in for boomer reasons and was gonna post more from the hearing initially.

67dc77  No.12725058


Have you not considered the possibility of both?

And what of the Christians, then?

What matters is whether there is going to be Justice at all, one way or the other. Even if there is a Metaphysical Justice which is assured, what part will you play in that reality? That part must be played HERE.

fed857  No.12725071

File: 5a28fc7f5194b1e⋯.png (59.34 KB, 477x362, 477:362, boogeyman.png)


He has no family ties to any celebrities. He was born Michael Wayne Hutcheson, his parents married very young, with his dad being a dead-beat who couldn't hold down a job. Damien and his family moved around a lot with Damien being a loner as a kid with mental illness. His father and mother divorced when he and his sister were very young and his dad completely abandoning him and moving out of state, where he started up a new family and had another kid.

Damien's mom then married a guy named Jack Echols, who was abusive and used to molest and rape Damien's sister Michelle, with Damien's mother not believing her daughter's claims, saying that her daughter was just acting out, because she always left home and stayed out. Damien told therapists that he didn't care that his sister was raped though.

Damien had repeated incidents of extreme mental illness which went untreated when he was a young teen, including seeing invisible people who weren't there and hearing voices. He then dated a girl briefly, and told her how he wanted to cut the fingers off of someone one at a time, and how he fantasized about wanting to beat someone with a baseball bat and sucking blood out of their neck. He also made death threats about her family members.

At that same time he was also playing with road kill around the trailer park where he lived in West Memphis, and was also said to have killed animals, telling people he stuck a stick through a dog's eye before, and stomped a dog to death on another occasion, and was also said to have stabbed frogs and impaled them on sticks. He also kept a dog skull in his room, which his mom let him bleach on her clothesline, telling her that he just "found" the skull and wanted to keep it. Friends said that he had a collection of animal skulls, which included the heads of cats.

He then began dating a girl named Deanna Holcomb, and the two were very into Wicca together, as well as claiming to be Satanic. He then had his step-dad adopt him around that time, and told his family that he was thinking about becoming religious and wanted to find the right church to join, using the excuse that he was becoming Catholic to change his name to Damien, after father Damien, having gotten the idea to say he changed it because he was Catholic from the book, The Exorcist. Really it was because he and Deanna were into goth shit. So, he legally had his name changed to Damien Wayne Echols when his step-dad adopted him.

Deanna's parents however made her break-up with Damien, because they found out she was skipping school to fuck Damien all the time. She then immediately hooked up with a mutual friend of theirs, enraging Damien, causing him to attack the boy and try to gouge out his eyes during a fight in the halls of their high school. He also made several death threats to Deanna and her family if she wouldn't date him again, and threatened a family member of her new boyfriend.

So, Deanna broke-up with her new boyfriend, and agreed to date Damien again. Damien then told her that they had to run away to be together, so they broke into a trailer where the police later caught them having sex and arrested them. Damien then threatened to shoot Deanna's father and said he was going to commit suicide, because she and him had made a suicide pact if they couldn't be together. They also had discussed a fantasy of sacrificing their first born child, a drawing of which was found in Damien's room, along with a dog skull, a Satanic drawing framed on Damien's wall, along with his book of shadows, and a list of demons he jotted down and some spells.

Damien was then committed to a mental hospital, and during that time, Damien's sister got back into contact with their dad who came back into their lives, causing them to move out of state. When they moved, Damien bitched and cried and threatened to kill both of his parents over and over again, because he wanted to be with Deanna, despite that she called him and told him that she wanted nothing to do with him. He then got into a stand-off with his family, in which he strapped several knives to his body and threatened to kill himself, resulting in the police coming and arresting him. He also threatened to slit his mom's throat and eat his dad alive, saying he hated his father.

67dc77  No.12725074


It makes you wonder what lies behind the image of many promoted pseudo-spiritualists…

fed857  No.12725078

File: 04d841f99241671⋯.jpg (64.84 KB, 508x782, 254:391, damien court.jpg)

File: 850f145f914a1d5⋯.png (318.68 KB, 632x479, 632:479, Damien claws.png)

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Damien was once again committed,His family made him stay in the hospital for awhile to get better, causing him to throw chairs in the visiting room at his mother, because she wouldn't bring him home. He was then let out and hopped a bus, running away from home, which took him back to West Memphis without his parents knowing. He was then picked up by police again and committed to a mental hospital yet again, for attacking a boy and sucking blood from a cut in the boy's arm. During this time he was diagnosed as schizophrenic and put on social security.

His family then moves back, and he begins dating a girl named Domini Teer, who really liked him, but he didn't even like. He said he was only dating her to have someone to fuck, because he was really in love with Deanna, but she refused to speak to him, with incidents suggesting he was stalking her, such as a time when he encountered her at a Walmart, apparently trying to win her back. She didn't want him back and viewed him as a psycho, later saying that he told her that he always wanted to know what it felt like to kill someone.

He then got Domini pregnant, despite that he didn't love her and had no job prospects, and hated work, and was trying to fuck a 13-year-old girl named Jennifer Bearden at the same time.

And the day before the murders his dad decided to abandon the family again. Damien came home to find his parents pack up his dad's shit to move out, and his family said Damien cried over it.

The prosecution believed it was the catalyst for the murders, with it all building up over the course of the year, with Damien becoming increasingly more and more mentally unstable with one arrest after another, that it was all just building up to him finally killing someone.

So, no celebrity ties until after he became famous.

67dc77  No.12725081


If you look at these sorts of things in a global way, you can see a pattern. These people, one way or the other, were destroyed. Destroying their sons was part of the process, and fueled (and motivated) the rest of the process. This was a targeted, precalculated endeavor. Look deeper in to the corruption of the LEOs and INTORGS that run the country and then on down to the state and local levels. That's what we're looking at here. And sitting on top of it, like evil Effendi, are the Jews involved in the large scale rackets which operate partly, at least, on behalf of London and Vatican.

55167f  No.12725425


This is probably pretty far fetched, but could any of these events have been orchestrated by (((cultists))) who might have ties to said celebrities?

fed857  No.12727836

File: 081389210645790⋯.png (215.36 KB, 951x722, 951:722, book-of-shadows.png)

File: 29acf93a56e0014⋯.jpg (31.89 KB, 640x832, 10:13, list of demons.JPG)

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There was nothing in that way of a bigger cult. Just mostly kids who were into wicca and some who liked to claim to be satanists, but Damien really had no involvement with them by the time the murders took place, although he wanted to. They were mostly kids he hung around with when he was dating Deanna Holcomb, but she didn't want him back.

Pic 1 is Damien's book of shadows, which was found in his room when he and Deanna were arrested when they ran away and broke into a trailer.

Pic 2 a list of demons he had written down in his room.

Pic 3 a photo of a black mass that he had framed on is wall.

Pic 4 a picture of his first born child with Deanna being sacrificed, which was also found in his room.

fed857  No.12732098

File: 3f20b7f5cf5a5fa⋯.jpg (50.96 KB, 672x448, 3:2, 20631585_10212197658408208….jpg)


More evidence against the "turtle bite" claim. You can see that the beating injury, which was the actual cause for the mark labeled by the defense as a "turtle bite" had actually banged up the inside of his mouth.

You can also see a large gaping hole from where the knife was inserted into Stevie's face on the lower right side of the photo.

fed857  No.12732123

File: d94d0ab876464d3⋯.jpg (53.8 KB, 672x448, 3:2, 20623858_10212197674648614….jpg)

File: fc4873c6e8547a5⋯.jpg (111.95 KB, 672x448, 3:2, second wound.jpg)

File: 048ac84f5f864fe⋯.jpg (41.43 KB, 448x672, 2:3, 20623840_10212197660168252….jpg)


1st photo here shows the full knife injuries on the lower part of Stevie's jaw and throat area. It's actually a large entrance and exit wound where a knife went through his face and exited out of his cheek then ripping through the skin.

2nd photo is the wound exiting out the cheek highlighted.

3rd is another angle of the injuries. Someone tried to rip his throat out with a knife, which is why there was the entrance and exit wound.

fed857  No.12732148

File: cead3cfc5d9c929⋯.jpg (63.8 KB, 386x438, 193:219, bridging.jpg)

File: 40e66e6255419fe⋯.jpg (55.26 KB, 367x401, 367:401, bridging2.jpg)

File: 6a4761cdb287ac0⋯.jpg (120.56 KB, 509x645, 509:645, serrations.jpg)

File: f468641fed9cc1c⋯.png (572.58 KB, 720x540, 4:3, 17360712_10210880661444107….png)

There was also skin bridging, meaning you could see that this was a thin object inserted into his face like a knife.

Third image shows a series of dots on his face, very similar to the injuries on the inside of Chris Byers' right thigh >>12685665

Fourth image is a weapon pattern found on the forehead of Stevie Branch, showing a circle shape with a serrated pattern below it. Under examination it was revealed to be two separate overlapping injuries. The defense really wanted it to be a human bite mark at one point under the claim that Mark Byers was the real killer, because he had some of his teeth pulled, which the defense was claiming was because he was afraid his teeth would match to injuries on the bodies. In reality he got them pulled because he was a redneck who didn't take care of his teeth and gradually lost them over time for various reasons.

fed857  No.12732184

File: 198e9bf3cdb6ebb⋯.jpg (22.97 KB, 640x480, 4:3, knife compass portion.jpg)

File: dafbed5c8bd7d5e⋯.jpg (62.7 KB, 960x720, 4:3, handle.jpg)

File: 7fa41ff18f577d7⋯.jpg (105.29 KB, 640x227, 640:227, lake knife.jpg)


Located all over his face were numerous circle shaped injures, which were testified to by both Dr. William Sturner and Dr. Frank Peretti during the Rule 34 appeals. Sturner stated that it was as if a cylinder shaped object like a pipe had left the injuries. Two tool experts, Peter Loomis, and Homer Campbell stated that at least one of these injuries that Sturner described as being from an object shaped like a pipe, was infact consistent with the handle of the “Lake Knife”, the murder weapon found behind Jason Baldwin's home, and that the marks found below the injury were serration marks, likely caused by the saw on the back of the same knife, inflicted most likely in the beaten and mutilation being done to Stevie by Jason Baldwin.

Homer Campbell in an email regarding the injury:

>“I believe the injurie to the left forehead and upper lid of the left eye were produced by the knife recovered or one similar. I also sent the photos of the injuries and the knife to another for evaluation and he agrees.

>“Have fun with this and thank you for sending it to me.


Peter Loomis in his communication with Homer Campbell, confirming for Campbell, that the injury was indeed inflicted most likely by the “Lake Knife”:


>Bingo. The circular mark sure looks like the butt of the survival knife. The measurements fit. The diameter of the injury is 30mm, and the diameter of the prominent circular area of the butt of the knife is 29.8mm.

>"The 3 lacerations under the eyebrow look like they were made by the serrations on the back side of the knife. The measurements also fit here. The lacerations measure 11.2mm between them, and the serrated points on the knife vary between 11.1 and 11.4 mm. Of course the photo with the wooden ruler is blurry depicting these serrations but I can still measure them.


Pic 1 is the recovered murder weapon, which had a circular handle on it that could be unscrewed to store matches in the handle. The circle portion at one point had a compass on the end of it, which had been busted off some how…

Second photo is a duplicate of the murder weapon, the same exact brand and make, showing the compass that the knife used to have.

Third is the murder weapon, which caused all these injuries. It left the circle shape on Stevie's forehead and those serrations around his eyebrow.

fed857  No.12732319

File: acfb03d535f55e9⋯.jpg (173.94 KB, 1842x594, 307:99, 17310676_10210854695114965….jpg)

File: 0b8cd679e1559a3⋯.jpg (42.57 KB, 448x672, 2:3, 20624112_10212197678128701….jpg)

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File: f900dcdaee98d2f⋯.jpg (82.13 KB, 560x509, 560:509, moore knife.jpg)

File: a222bfe79ef1d76⋯.png (185.22 KB, 640x478, 320:239, knifeinjury.png)


Another little known fact of the case is that Michael Moore, although he wasn't mutilated with a knife like his friends still had defensive knife injuries, indicating that he struggled with someone who was stripping him at knife point.

First pic is defensive knife injuries on Moore's hand. He tried to grab ahold of the weapon that his attacker was using. According to Jessie Misskelley, Jason Baldwin had crossed across the ditch and he and Jason started stripping him with the intent of castrating him as well, just like Chris Byers, but Jessie refused to let Baldwin mutilate him as well, angry over what had happen to Chris. Misskelley stated that he didn't really believe they were going to actually kill the boys up until Jason had cut Christopher's penis off.

Second Pic is Moore at autopsy. You can see the serrations from the back of the knife across his chest and shoulder region.

Third pic is a close-up of the injuries. It was testified by Dr. Peretti that underneath the scrapes were three bruises, indicating three separate impacts inflicted while alive, and these bruises just so happened to have those scrape marks over them. When measured the injuries had a uniform length between them like a man made object inflicted them, with exacting measurements.

The scrapes were also similar to serrated knife injuries found on other murder victims, of which I've seen personally, such as this one I found in the book, "Practical Homicide Investigation".

5f3af4  No.12732329

File: 49ca98e98a8f9bb⋯.png (162.59 KB, 301x176, 301:176, foundyou.png)

fed857  No.12732351

File: 4a5f77bfe357e13⋯.png (302.38 KB, 807x580, 807:580, prosecution 1.png)

File: 17eb9ad5dc63b5c⋯.png (576.31 KB, 857x585, 857:585, prosecution 2.png)

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File: f782eda43e5e9b5⋯.png (510.82 KB, 851x589, 851:589, prosecution 4.png)


The prosecution during the appeals hearings also presented images of similar injuries from other murder cases involved serrated knives being tested on cadaver bodies. These are some of the images the prosecution presented(sorry they're not in color).

You couple this with the fact that Moore was tied up with a single shoe lace that had been cut in half with a knife, and it's strong evidence that the Lake Knife was the murder weapon. >>12685639

Indeed the injuries on Moore, Byers, and Branch all linked back to the Lake Knife, and thus all proved that Jason Baldwin HAD to have been involved in the murders, since he disposed of that knife in the lake behind his house. What a coincidence?

Deputy Prosecutor John Fogleman discussing the Lake Knife during his closing arguments:

>Finally, ladies and gentlemen, in conclusion, when you go back there, ladies and gentlemen, look at all of this evidence. It's been a long trial and I know we're all ready to – for it to be over for all of us. Take the time to go through the evidence and look at it and ask yourself, "Is it a coincidence that this knife is found behind – in the lake hidden – behind Jason Baldwin's house?"


It was no coincidence that Jason Baldwin disposed of that knife in the lake behind his house.

fed857  No.12734570

File: f583fd296fee388⋯.png (205.91 KB, 499x591, 499:591, Todd Moore James Bulger.png)




Todd Moore discussing the James Bulger case, a similar crime carried out by kids.

fed857  No.12751946

File: c85e4070c755e9a⋯.png (541.96 KB, 600x894, 100:149, damien amanda knox.png)

File: a5e53959fb90e9f⋯.jpg (22.97 KB, 768x257, 768:257, amanda's foot prints.jpg)

Damien and Amanda Knox, both promoting each other's innocence claims

Also included here are Amanda's bloody foot prints all over the crime scene at her and her room mate's apartment, which she had mopped up the morning of the murders.

4d436d  No.12753204


This. I'd look into the scout leader at the time the boys were camping. Who knew where they were in the woods?


Of course. One of the fucker's names is Damien. Who are his parents? Bound to find connections of interest.

cf4734  No.12754692


RIP uncle Charlie

2b1fd0  No.12755028


>I don't think most people are aware of Innocence Fraud

A favorite sport of (((lawyers))) is to get criminals released, the higher profile the better, so they can sue the state for millions because the conviction was false, malicious, etc. And lawyers get upwards of 90% of those multi-million dollar settlements.

c687d5  No.12755036



Is this where that soundclip came from with the mother quoting her son saying "I killed one baby, only one time. But I didn't want to do it, Mom, they made me do it."

c687d5  No.12755045

Invidious embed. Click thumbnail to play.



Is this where that soundclip came from with the mother quoting her son saying "I killed one baby, only one time. But I didn't want to do it, Mom, they made me do it. They took my hand and they made me do it."

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