Read this book a while ago and thought it was really well written and gave you loads to think about- it is about the case of the west memphis 3
How many of you believe that these three were wrongly convicted . Apparently now, the father of one of the victims has done a compete U turn and says that the wrong people are in prison
Thread: Devils Knot
09-09-2008 08:02 AM #1
Devils KnotI'm selling hundreds of true crime books- and i won't rip you off anyone interested??
09-10-2008 06:31 AM #2Retired Navy and Proud of it. I served my country and enjoyed every minute of it.
09-10-2008 06:32 AM #3
09-11-2008 05:18 AM #4
09-12-2008 10:36 AM #5
He also once slipped up and said something about his 'wifes murder' You are right he should have been looked at more closely by the police. Even if he hadn't though, i don't think there was any where near enough evidence to convict the 3. I know they had the confession of Jessie but if you have ever seen police interrogations you can sort of see why some people would confess to something they had not done just to get them to stop ( look into the case of Michael Crowe)
Anyway i am waffling on so i will finish this post now lolI'm selling hundreds of true crime books- and i won't rip you off anyone interested??
09-14-2008 09:10 AM #6
***This is my opinionRetired Navy and Proud of it. I served my country and enjoyed every minute of it.
12-17-2008 05:38 PM #7
This was such an amazing book, and it was the first true crime one that I picked up...it's the reason I read true crime today.
I believe that all of the boys are innocent and it troubles me that a fear of something "different" is what spurred an attack on them.*~You're a feminist. You just don't know it yet.~*