I just finished reading http://www.amazon.com/Murder-Room-Sherlock-Holmes-Perplexing/dp/1592406351/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1415394236&sr=1-1&keywords=the+murder+room and had an idea, but I made a mistake. I spoke with a detective about getting this group, The Vidocq Society (TVS), on the case of the Robin Hood Hills Murders. The Vidocq Society works, pro bono, on cold (murder) cases that are at least two years old. They do not seek out cases though, cases need to be presented to them and they then decide if they will take up the case. Have you discovered my error? The detective informed me the case is no longer cold. Duh, I say to myself, the Alford Plea, of course. So the problem is this. If you believe, as I do, that the West Memphis 3 are innocent, then the WMPD will never take up the case again because it is closed. This is an injustice to the victims and their families :banghead: I will try to contact TVS and ask them if any of them have gone over the case on their own and would be willing to share any information with me. I read some of John Douglas's opinions, but more information would be better. The parents of these boys need closure before they pass. From what I have read, they all, or most, feel the WM3 are innocent. At least one of the parents has died and that pains me. One last thing. The detective did tell me that the case could be re-opened if the prosecutor decided to do so. Certainly, the prosecutor needs compelling evidence to do this. This is where TVS could come in handy, but again, it is not considered a cold case. If anyone has any suggestions on getting the prosecutor to re-open the case, I would be willing to contact him/her if I feel the suggestion is reasonable.