Marilyn Manson Befriends West Memphis Three's Echols

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Shock rocker Marilyn Manson has befriended one of the West Memphis Three after he thanked the singer/songwriter for helping to win him freedom.
Manson was among the celebrities who insisted the incarcerated trio's murder verdict should be overturned as new information became available.
As a result of the campaign for justice, Damien Echols, Jessie Misskelley, Jr. and Jason Baldwin, won their freedom last year (11). They were convicted in 1994 of killing three young Arkansas boys.
And Echols has reached out to Manson to personally thank him for his support.
The rocker tells the Los Angeles Times, "He thinks I've been through worse than him. I can't explain to him, 'Man, you made it through 18 years alone in prison.' I admire his power and his courage. It's inspiring."
Echols introduced Manson at the recent Revolver Golden Gods Awards.

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The one sided movies and websites about this case leave out the evidence showing why they were found guilty.Misskelley confessed three separate times, once with his lawyer present. Misskelley also told two other people about the crime before he was arrested. Baldwin told someone else he committed the crimes. Echols was seen in muddy clothes near the crime scene. Echols is reported to have either told or bragged about the crime to four people before he was arrested.Echols had a history of psychiatric treatment and psychotic behavior. His reported actions included brutally killing a dog, starting fires at his school, threatening to kill his teachers and parents and stating he liked to drink blood.Echols' stated under cross-examination that he was interested in the occult. Echols' journal contained morbid images and references to dead children. see wm3truth com
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