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The case: In 1993, three 8 year-old boys were killed in West Memphis, Arkansas, in what was originally considered to be a case of Satanic ritual murder. Three teenagers — Damien Echols, Jason Baldwin, and Jessie Misskelley, Jr. — were tried for the crimes, and eventually convicted, largely on the strength of a confession from Misskelley (obtained after 12 hours of questioning, and later recanted) and a number of rumors about the teenagers' involvement with the occult. Baldwin and Misskelley…

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Available in: DVD. One of the most successful and haunting documentary series of all time, Joe Berlinger and Bruce Sinofsky's Paradise Lost trilogy,

Lets All Help Exonerate The West Memphis 3!!

Lets All Help Exonerate The West Memphis

West of Memphis - if you have followed the Paradise Lost documentaries then this is a must-see. The last Paradise Lost film showed how the West Memphis 3 were released after 18 years of being locked up for a terrible crime. Did they do it? This film is produced by some of those people. Another fascinating look at the American justice system.

West of Memphis (2012)

West of Memphis Directed by Amy Berg. With Jason Baldwin, Damien Wayne Echols, Jessie Misskelley, Michael Baden. An examination of a failure of justice in the case against the West Memphis Three.

Damien Echols, one of the West Memphis 3 sentenced to death for the murders of three 8-year-old boys, now lives in Salem with his wife.

Damien Echols of West Memphis 3 finds comfort in Salem - The Boston Globe

West Memphis Three's Damien Echols: 'Today Was My Original Execution Date'

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Reverend Death. If you think your calling from God is to help people die, are you a saint or something more dangerous? This is the extraordinary story of the Reverend George Exoo, a jolly seeming chap who by his own count has helped 102 people to die. He won't just help terminally ill people. In fact some mainstream euthanasia groups even refer mentally ill people to him. Award winning journalist Jon Ronson, who has been filming George Exoo for six years, follows him on an extraordinary…

If you think your calling from God is to help people die, are you a saint or something more dangerous? This is the extraordinary story of the Reverend George.

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