Let's Welcome Convicted Child Murdere...
yessir

Walnut, MS

#64 Dec 7, 2013
Not a hick from kentucky wrote:
if you "think" they are guilty then you are most likely a redneck bible thumping hillbilly with VERY (and i can't stress that word enough) little intelligence. They do not let child murderers out of prison. Especially with an Alfred plea so they can not be sued. Even the children's parents think the three are innocent. If you are a parent...think about how hard it would be to finally reach that conclusion after thinking for so long that they did do it...and the whole time wanting to kill these three men. It really boggles my mind how totally stupid half of the people are in this country...especially the south and Midwest.
you're wrong. The prosecutor agreed to the deal because he knows how hard it is to get a conviction in a high profile case these days.
The defense also played it safe because there's no guarantee that their "new evidence" would have been enough to get a new trial. That BS in WoM about the "Hobbs family secret" is nothing but hearsay and would never be allowed in court.
The hair in the ligature that might have matched Hobbs was all they had and they knew it. The state called their bluff and they had to come up with something that was a sure way out of jail. So three well funded child killers walk on a technicality. Nice.
Lola

Springfield, NJ

#65 Dec 8, 2013
yessir wrote:
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you're wrong. The prosecutor agreed to the deal because he knows how hard it is to get a conviction in a high profile case these days.
The defense also played it safe because there's no guarantee that their "new evidence" would have been enough to get a new trial. That BS in WoM about the "Hobbs family secret" is nothing but hearsay and would never be allowed in court.
The hair in the ligature that might have matched Hobbs was all they had and they knew it. The state called their bluff and they had to come up with something that was a sure way out of jail. So three well funded child killers walk on a technicality. Nice.
They didn't do it, don't be ridiculous. Echols made some bad choices in terms of how he presented himself and has some psychiatric issues that didn't help. But that doesn't make him a killer, that makes him an easy target.
yessir

Walnut, MS

#66 Dec 8, 2013
Lola wrote:
<quoted text>They didn't do it, don't be ridiculous. Echols made some bad choices in terms of how he presented himself and has some psychiatric issues that didn't help. But that doesn't make him a killer, that makes him an easy target.
I'm not being ridiculous, Two juries said they did it. When I saw what information was omitted from the films, it put things in a different perspective for me. And I used to be a supporter. Not anymore though.
I saw Damien tell a bold faced lie on The View in which he said the judge didn't allow him to call alibi witnesses. He had 7 witnesses, but the jury didn't find them credible.
Also, Damien's mental history was presented by his defense team AFTER his conviction during sentencing as an attempt to save him from the death penalty. He lies about that every chance he gets too.
yessir

Walnut, MS

#67 Dec 8, 2013
Lola wrote:
<quoted text>They didn't do it, don't be ridiculous. Echols made some bad choices in terms of how he presented himself and has some psychiatric issues that didn't help. But that doesn't make him a killer, that makes him an easy target.
so blowing kisses to the families of 3 murdered children is a "bad choice" ? I wonder if you would be so forgiving if those were your children.
yessir

Walnut, MS

#69 Dec 8, 2013
Hey wrote:
It's great when Libertards squirm at the thought of a COLD BLOODED killer coming to town, moveing in next door.

Many a Libertard have been converted to Conservaturd by a simple brutal crime.
I'm still a proud libtard, and Damien Echols is still guilty
Lola

Springfield, NJ

#70 Dec 8, 2013
yessir wrote:
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so blowing kisses to the families of 3 murdered children is a "bad choice" ? I wonder if you would be so forgiving if those were your children.
You have to look at his behavior in the proper context- he was a rebellious, attention craving, emotionally unstable teenager. It doesn't excuse his behavior but that doesn't prove he's a murderer.
DCJ

Walnut, MS

#72 Dec 25, 2013
Lola wrote:
<quoted text>You have to look at his behavior in the proper context- he was a rebellious, attention craving, emotionally unstable teenager. It doesn't excuse his behavior but that doesn't prove he's a murderer.
There is no context......was he was on trial for killing three children. If indeed he IS innocent, he not only put himself on death row with his antics, he got his BFF Jason a life sentence as well. No jury could ignore that kind of behavior. The amount of free passes and excuses people make for him is insane
Eye R12

Jonesboro, AR

#73 Jan 4, 2014
“Damien relates that a spirit is now living with him. The spirit was put inside him last year. He indicates that a month ago the spirit decided to become part of him and he to become part of the spirit. This is reportedly a spirit of a woman who was killed by her husband…He has not seen the spirit but does hear the spirit. In addition, he also reports…He denies that he is satanic, seeing himself more as being involved in demonology.”

Considering the correlations that have been drawn between demonism and “extra-terrestrial alien” abduction experiences, it is fascinating that Damien Echols at one point wrote,“I thought maybe I was an alien” and went on to recall experiences which may be categorized as “sleep paralysis” which is applicable to, both, demonism and “alien” abduction:

“when I was very young one night I woke up and there was someone in my bed. It scared me so bad I couldn’t even move…I can remember one night when I was a little older and I woke up to see a man standing in my room. It paralyzed me. I wouldn’t even blink because I knew as soon as I opened my eyes he would be right in my face…These things always happened at night…one night when there was an old man in my room. I thought if I just ignored him he would go away. But when I looked again he was right in front of me. He licked my hand and said “Does that feel like a dream to you?” He talked for awhile of things that arn’t important yet.”

While incarcerated after his 1993 arrest; Damien Echols wrote various letters meant to be saved and given to his baby boy when he grew up (a baby that Echols and then live-in-girlfriend Dominique “Domini” Teer once planned on sacrificing), so this is certainly a legacy in writing. Within those letters he wrote:

“This morning when I woke up my eyes were stuck open. I must have slept that way. My heart was beating so hard it was vibrating in my head. I went to hell. I was not a dream. I was really there. It wasn’t that bad. The old man took me there. He is my constant companion now. My new name is Baalberath.”

Baalberath (or, Baalberith) is a Canaanite god; Judges 8:33-35 states:

“Then it came about, as soon as Gideon was dead, that the sons of Israel again played the harlot with the Baals, and made Baal-berith their god. Thus the sons of Israel did not remember the LORD their God, who had delivered them from the hands of all their enemies on every side; nor did they show kindness to the household of Jerubbaal (that is, Gideon) in accord with all the good that he had done to Israel.”

Much like Aleister Crowley, Damien Echols’ personal mythology (or cosmology, as some term it) was, partly, Bible based in a very unique and very troubling manner:

“the police came and arrested me for something I did not do. I listened for the first time to the sound of my surroundings. I saw the truth for the first time. I opened my eyes to see a discovery. I was the God of the New Eon [Aeon], the Beast of the Apocalypse.

Everyone saw it before me. I was the last to know. Now I know these idiots can never touch me. I will not stop until they have all paid for this. I did absolutely nothing. Now I’ve decided to prove myself to everyone. I will slay myself. But I will be back, I will rise again in three days, just like the first God.

Only my message won’t be of peace. It will be of war. It will be a time when everyone must pay for their mistakes. It will be the Armageddon…”
Voice of Reason

Beverly, MA

#74 Jan 25, 2014
People need to calm down. Damien did not commit the crime and neither did his friends. Anybody who has read the case would know this. It was a horrible miscarriage of justice based on unreasonable fear and prejudice. Let the prejudice and ignorance stop now.
NonConvert

Walnut, MS

#75 Jan 26, 2014
Voice of Reason wrote:
People need to calm down. Damien did not commit the crime and neither did his friends. Anybody who has read the case would know this. It was a horrible miscarriage of justice based on unreasonable fear and prejudice. Let the prejudice and ignorance stop now.
I used to believe that very same thing. When I found what was deliberately omitted from the paradise lost series though, my mind began to change. Now I'm absolutely convinced that they are guilty. And more people are seeing the light by the day.
WM3 is big business. They've taken in millions in donations and merchandise sales and accomplished absolutely nothing but exploited a legal loophole.
If you google WM3, the very first hit is a sponsored link from WM3.borg
I'm no lab technician, but does it really cost $10 million to test one hair? All the lawyers supposedly worked Pro Bono. Where has all the money gone?
Damien gets $10K per session to read his garbage novel and spout his fortune cookie wisdom to his sycophantic followers.
Finding the "real killers" is expensive. They must have hired the same PI that OJ Simpson did to find Nicole's "real killers"
Other than lying, Michael Wayne Hutchison (Damien) no real talent. His popularity has peaked and his 15 minutes are almost up. Welcome to the 21st century Damien.
NonConvert

Walnut, MS

#76 Feb 1, 2014
nyangel wrote:
Damien is innocent?! He was railroaded by a posse of idiots in a small town because he had long hair and wore black clothes, and liked rock music? Wow how many teenagers do we know that do that? Unfortunate for Damien, he was living in Tennessee, where they're about 25 years behind, anyway,he was accused of killing. 3 boys and he along with two friends, were only kids themselves, look this up its very famous story? He is innocent, he was released because of this, if your reading this Damien, welcome to Salem, I'd let you babysit for me, that is how sorry I am for all the time you wasted in jail for absolutely nothing! I KNOW YOUR INNOCENT! WELCOME TO SALEM!!
Yeah....like Damien,Jessie,and Jason were the only kids listening to Metallica in West Memphis in 1993. That tired old narrative is simply a talking point and about as far from the truth as you can get.
The WM3 proposed the Alford plea because Dennis Riordan knew their "new evidence" was garbage.
Suggestion

Beverly, MA

#77 Feb 12, 2014
NonConvert wrote:
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I used to believe that very same thing. When I found what was deliberately omitted from the paradise lost series though, my mind began to change. Now I'm absolutely convinced that they are guilty. And more people are seeing the light by the day.
WM3 is big business. They've taken in millions in donations and merchandise sales and accomplished absolutely nothing but exploited a legal loophole.
If you google WM3, the very first hit is a sponsored link from WM3.borg
I'm no lab technician, but does it really cost $10 million to test one hair? All the lawyers supposedly worked Pro Bono. Where has all the money gone?
Damien gets $10K per session to read his garbage novel and spout his fortune cookie wisdom to his sycophantic followers.
Finding the "real killers" is expensive. They must have hired the same PI that OJ Simpson did to find Nicole's "real killers"
Other than lying, Michael Wayne Hutchison (Damien) no real talent. His popularity has peaked and his 15 minutes are almost up. Welcome to the 21st century Damien.
If you are correct, then there is no hope for our justice system.
Messed up

Beverly, MA

#78 Feb 13, 2014
Hutch and Wife wrote:
Please educate yourselves, not just watch a few videos on Youtube without comment sections. Did you ever wonder why the ones against him has the comments turned off and those for him never does? I have a pretty good idea who the killer is I know him personally, and it isn't Damien Echols..
If you know who did it, how can you sleep at night? Is this a potential repeat offender? Don't you feel that maybe you have a responsibility to prevent future victims?
Mandy

United States

#79 Jul 18, 2014
NonConvert wrote:
<quoted text>
I used to believe that very same thing. When I found what was deliberately omitted from the paradise lost series though, my mind began to change. Now I'm absolutely convinced that they are guilty. And more people are seeing the light by the day.
WM3 is big business. They've taken in millions in donations and merchandise sales and accomplished absolutely nothing but exploited a legal loophole.
If you google WM3, the very first hit is a sponsored link from WM3.borg
I'm no lab technician, but does it really cost $10 million to test one hair? All the lawyers supposedly worked Pro Bono. Where has all the money gone?
Damien gets $10K per session to read his garbage novel and spout his fortune cookie wisdom to his sycophantic followers.
Finding the "real killers" is expensive. They must have hired the same PI that OJ Simpson did to find Nicole's "real killers"
Other than lying, Michael Wayne Hutchison (Damien) no real talent. His popularity has peaked and his 15 minutes are almost up. Welcome to the 21st century Damien.
Thanks to movies, books, celebrities and all the murder groupies who supported these scum 3 convicted child killers walked free and can kill again.
Krumpet77

Salem, MA

#80 Jul 22, 2014
Once accused of a crime of this nature, you and everyone who loves you will only know cruel, unusual, unrelenting torture, fear and loss. The true victims will tell you that your name-calling, finger-pointing ignorance DOES NOTHING TO HELP US
NotBuyingIt

Walnut, MS

#81 Jul 22, 2014
I'm still waiting for the WM3 to provide the evidence that supposedly exonerates them.
Spoiler Alert: There is no exculpatory evidence. The perpetrators of the crime entered an Alford guilty plea in 2011. Since then, Damien and his murder groupie wife have been laughing all the way to the bank.
That right there is

Beverly, MA

#82 Jul 22, 2014
...clinging and desperate.

Folks, Mr. Damien has left the premises.

Let it go.

There are plenty of other morons living in this area causing trouble to fulfill your need for outrage.
NotBuyingIt

Walnut, MS

#83 Jul 22, 2014
Good for Salem, Bad for NYC.
A child killing POS being treated like a prophet. Only in America.
Dave

Fort Walton Beach, FL

#91 Aug 1, 2014
Not a hick from kentucky wrote:
if you "think" they are guilty then you are most likely a redneck bible thumping hillbilly with VERY (and i can't stress that word enough) little intelligence. They do not let child murderers out of prison. Especially with an Alfred plea so they can not be sued. Even the children's parents think the three are innocent. If you are a parent...think about how hard it would be to finally reach that conclusion after thinking for so long that they did do it...and the whole time wanting to kill these three men. It really boggles my mind how totally stupid half of the people are in this country...especially the south and Midwest.
The leftists are the dumb half. Especially the ones on the West Coast and in the Northeast. Not all the victim's parents believe in their innocence. With good reason.
Dave

Fort Walton Beach, FL

#92 Aug 1, 2014
NotBuyingIt wrote:
Good for Salem, Bad for NYC.
A child killing POS being treated like a prophet. Only in America.
No, not only in America. Outrageous things happen the world over. Mass murderers become national leaders in many parts of the world.

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