I was asked to start a separate thread about this topic. Here is what I had previously posted in another thread: Several of us have mentioned all of the "evidence" used against Damien. Here is a list: 1. His appearance and beliefs and taste in books and music 2. His notebook in which he quoted many song lyrics and made some very "angsty" comments 3. Fibers, which have been debunked or at least called into question by newer science 4. Hairs, which have since been proven to not be his 5. The softball girls who, at best, mistook sarcasm for truth and, at worst, made up a story for their slice of fame 6. The Hollingsworth clan's siting of Damien and Domini on the Service Road, which Fogleman morphed into Damien and Jason and which, IMO, could easily have been an attempt on the witnesses' part to deflect the minor attention being paid to LG 7. Jessie's confused and coerced ("coached" if you prefer) statements implicating Damien, Jason and himself, which shouldn't have been used, legally, against Damien but was 8. Exhibit 500, which was not used as evidence at his trial - which means he was convicted without it - but is constantly trumpeted by some people as important but which, IMO, proves nothing Although there were other statements (Jones, for instance) that were not introduced at trial (because the prosecution didn't introduce them, not because Burnett disallowed them), I believe that's the lot of the "evidence" used to convict. Have I missed anything?