Discussion in 'West Memphis III' started by Silkprint, Sep 22, 2011.
There will be an interview airring Sunday night at 10 on ID channel .
I'm not sure (and I will be watching just in case I'm wrong), but I believe that this is a reairing of the CBS 48 Hours episode from last Saturday.
It could be ...it is being billed as his first unterview since being released .
I'm pretty sure it is, ID regularly rebroadcasts 48 Hours episodes.
That's what I thought. However, anyone who missed it last time can see it this time! That's a good thing.
My favorite comment since his release was the one below. After Lorri dedicated the last sixteen years of her life to rescue him from death row, Damien was leering at porn photos of other women?/men? on their honeymoon.
I was up all morning and most of the night trying to figure out how to use those IPhone things, he said Saturday in the lobby of a posh Memphis hotel, just across the river from West Memphis, Arkansas, where the Scouts bodies were found. One minute Im looking at something about Judge [David] Laser. The next minute, its on, like, some hardcore porn site.
My favorite comment was the one where he said that if he sued the State of Arkansas it would be the taxpayers who paid, and they weren't the ones that had tortured him for the past 18+ years. Some people will look for the lurid details. (We all know how those porn sites can pop up uninvited, especially when you're new to the technology.) Others look for the more important things.
The look on her face during the interview was like, 'who the bleep did I marry'. Seriously she looks like she is having second thoughts on this one. Maybe she is thinking that the money may not have been worth it after all. Or wow, do I really have to go home now?
I couldn't imagine trying to get to know someone while they are in prison for years and then when released you have to get to know them all over again. I'd say it would be similar to a long distance relationship. Now they have to really work on it because it's tangible now.
I thought they looked quite comfortable and happy together during that interview. People are just seeing what they want to see, IMO. Anyway, he's free now so he can look at porn or whatever else he wants to do, and its nobody's business but his own.
Oh boy, I remember my first internet connection. Looking up the Jeffrey Dahmer case amongst others, but oh man, the sites that "popped up" were nothing I would ever search for! :sick: I quickly learned my way around those though. :crazy:
It was bizarrely impulsive for Damien Echols to blurt out that he had been on hardcore porn sites. This was on the first night of his honeymoon with a woman who devoted the last 16 years of her life to save him from execution.
I agree. She thought he would never be released. Now she has to babysit an unmedicated bipolar schizophrenic. :gasp:
I'm of the opinion that Damien wasn't "on" hardcore porn sites, but, as I intimated before, they just popped up when he was surfing the web. As someone else mentioned, until one learns how to turn a popup blocker on, those things just show up. Sometimes they're "spammed" all over the place, too. It wasn't an impulsive thing on Damien's part at all. Oh, and BTW, Lorri did save him from execution, didn't she? Of course, she didn't do it single-handed, as she pointed out herself in the press conference on August 19, 2011. She had lots of help. I, for one, am happy that I might have been even a small part of that occurrence.
You must have been really active helping out behind the scene somewhere. Please share more.
Although these personal attacks are getting tiresome, my personal level of involvement is really none of your business. As I have said before, I have no special "insider" knowledge, and that is all you need to know.
I defy any man here - married or not - to tell me with a straight face that he's never looked up porn on the Internet. :crazy:
I will be watching Sunday for sure !
If my husband was looking up porn on my honeymoon he wouldnt have to worry about what to get me on any anniversary .
It seems to have been something that popped up, rather than something he looked up Silkprint. I'd also question Damien's description of "hard core porn". He's been on Death Row for 18 years, and they don't give them internet access in there - he probably saw something that would have been seen as hard core back in 1993, but might be far less so by today's standards.
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