... how there are still people who cannot see that the original investigation and trials were incredibly flawed, therefore the WM3 did not get a fair trial and, really, had no hope of one. The question of guilt is another thing -- they very well may be guilty, so I get why there's room for argument there. I really do. No worries there. But... the corruption, the obvious railroading, the tainted jury... Injustice happened. Arkansas took a sleazy way out of admitting it, via Alford. Now the WM3 are free. The end. What is the --point-- of abject denial of this, when it actually has little to do with the matter of guilt or innocence?