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  1. The West Memphis Three are three men convicted as teenagers in 1994 of the 1993 murders of three boys in West Memphis, Arkansas, United States. Damien Echols was sentenced to death , Jessie Misskelley Jr. to life imprisonment plus two 20-year sentences, and Jason Baldwin to life imprisonment.

  2. West Memphis Three, three American men who in 1994, while teenagers, were found guilty of murdering three young boys in West Memphis, Arkansas, allegedly as part of devil worship. The men garnered national attention due to a series of documentaries and books that questioned their convictions as well as the vocal support of numerous celebrities. After the discovery of new DNA evidence, the ...

  3. Los Tres de West Memphis (en inglés: West Memphis Three) es el apodo con que se conoce a tres hombres que fueron juzgados y condenados en 1994, siendo adolescentes, por la muerte de tres niños en la ciudad de West Memphis, Arkansas, el 5 de mayo de 1993.

  4. West Memphis Three är benämningen på tre personer (födda 1974, 1977 respektive 1975) som var huvudpersonerna i ett amerikanskt rättsfall som utspelade sig i början av 1990-talet i Arkansas i USA. Tre tonåriga pojkar anklagades och dömdes för morden på tre åttaåriga pojkar.

  5. Der Fall löste eine Welle der Solidarisierung mit den Verurteilten in der Öffentlichkeit aus. Unter anderem wurde 2002 von Henry Rollins das Musikalbum Rise Above: 24 Black Flag Songs to Benefit the West Memphis Three produziert, auf dem Künstler wie Lemmy Kilmister, Tom Araya, Nick Oliveri, Ryan Adams und Dean Ween von Ween gemeinsam mit der Rollins Band Songs der Gruppe Black Flag ...

  6. Jun 24, 2022 · The story of the "West Memphis Three," whose decades-long murder case was the source for a noted documentary trilogy, returned to court Thursday, with a judge denying one of the men access to ...

  7. Mar 19, 2020 · It’s a case built on a shoddy confession and community bias, and includes allegations of Satanism, sexual abuse and mutilation. To this day, it inspires fierce debate and accusations of guilt, while the facts and evidence remain contested. What’s known is that three young boys were murdered in West Memphis, Arkansas, in 1993. Three teenagers were arrested and convicted for the crimes. Two ...

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