He was prosecuted and convicted. Then he plead guilty. He is a TWICE convicted child killer. Find a new hero.
Innocent people not only have an alibi, they have have only one alibi.
Echols was in the woods at the time the murders took place. Committing said murders.
"Most likely"? According to whom?
"He is one of the sweetest men a person could ever meet. I hope I have the honor of meeting him again." Now that is disturbing.
Well, clearly you got yours from the fictional movie "Paradise Lost" and from a twice convicted child killer. You've offered nothing but rehashed...
Oh boy. Hook, line and sinker. Sad.
Open-minded? Since when?
Sensitivities? But you're foggy on the connection? Let me help you: the janitor had nothing to do with the murders. This case was solved decades...
"A guilty verdict doesn’t prove anything."
It is statements such as this that destroy any credibility you claim to have. The evidence is what...
"Even now"? That makes no sense. His actions in 1993 make him a murderer. Those actions being...murdering children.
That's true. It's his behaviors pre-conviction that are proof of his guilt. Then there's also that inconvenient fact that the WM3, despite...
Ergo, they are convicted child killers.
There is only one verdict in this case: Guilty. And that verdict was handed down twice. Your deflection is weak.
Again, you do not understand the Alford Plea, even a little bit. The Alford Plea is precisely the "boys" saying they would be found guilty if...
This woman is the epitome of evil. Hardly surprising. Galling, disgusting...but not surprising.
There's no way the SI's emotional state was just status quo for this case. Something very specific and personal rattled and angered him to the...
If that were the case. the SI would not have been in the state he was.
That was not burn out.