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I'm a big fan of the Unresolved Mysteries subreddit, and I was recently surprised to discover that many of the contributors on there believe that the WM3 were really guilty of the crimes that they were seemingly wrongly accused for. After sorting through a lot of the information they provided, there's definitely credence to the theory. I've copied and pasted some of the more intriguing implication below:"Damien has never come up with an Alibi for where he was during the murders. Well, actually he has, per Damien: "At the time the police say the murders took place I was actually on the phone with three different people. The problem was, my attorneys never called them to the stand." - Damien Echols Really? They weren't called because they exposed Damien's alibi for the total lie it was. Lets examine these three (actually four) other peoples testimony, shall we? Holly George - Damien claimed he talked to Holly George on May 5th, 1993. Holly told police she didn’t talk to Damien that evening. She said she spoke with him much earlier in the afternoon, around pm or pm. Heather Cliett - Damien claimed he spoke with Heather Cliett on the evening of May 5th, 1993. Cliett said she'd been unable to reach Echols until pm. She also mentioned that Holly George told her that Echols had been "out walking around" on May 5th, 1993. Domini Teer - Damien’s girlfriend, Domini Teer, said she last saw Damien around -pm on May 5th, 1993. She said she did not speak with him again until Damien called her around pm that night. Jennifer Bearden - The one Damien misses out because it's most damaging. Bearden told police in a 9/10/93 statement that she called Jason’s house between pm and pm on May 5th, 1993. She says Jason answered the phone and she talked to Jason and Damien for about 20 minutes. Damien told her he and Jason were “going somewhere” and to call him back at pm. When Bearden called Damien’s house at pm his grandmother answered. Damien’s grandmother told Bearden that Damien “wasn’t there.” In her police statement, Bearden says she finally reached Damien around pm. So where were Damien and co for four to five hours that happen to coincide with the time of the murders? Damien told Jennifer that Jason's mom had driven them somewhere... which was a lie because she was at work til 11pm (source). It's strange that he can't come up with an alibi that holds up isn't it? I know, you're about to say he was in a karate tournament, but he wasn't. Surely if he's innocent, he just needs to tell us where he was? The so-called photos depict a different event a month prior, and the "witnesses" all gave conflicting testimony. This alibi only emerged after a previous alibi (he was at a party with 12 other people) fell apart And nor does Jason Baldwin, after an attempt to get his brother and a friend (Ken Watkins) to lie for him, he stopped trying to construct one; to the point that in 2008 his lawyer stood up in court and said he couldn't find a reliable alibi witness for Jason. It's really weird that three totally innocent men all tried to fabricate alibis for the same period of time that just happens to correspond with a murder they're suspected of. Really weird that.""Blue wax found on the bodies matched wax found in Damien's room and a candle belonging to his girlfriend (Photo of candle taken during search)The Knife - multiple people testified it was Damien's knife, including his ex-girlfriend Deanna Holcomb (source). She said Damien's knife stood out because it had a compass, and the knife manufacturer testified that the knife found was missing a compass (source)But it doesn't end there. The so called "bitemark" on Stevie Branch (photo) perfectly matches the diameter of the compass slot, complete with central wound for the pin (picture of knife with compass to compare). It's shocking that an innocent man's knife would match not just the knife wounds, but other contusions on the body too. A necklace was found (too late to be included in trial evidence) in Damien's possession that was covered with blood. "It lit up like a Christmas tree [...] there was a lot of blood there"Damien was seen, by a family that knew him very well near the crime scene on the night of the murders. Tests proved that the DNA on it was consistent with Damien, Jason and... (source)The three boys were tied with three, distinct, unique knots. The Hollingsworth Family, who correctly described Damien's clothes, thought they saw him with his girlfriend. This usually points to three distinct killers and is almost unheard of in cases involving just one suspect (source)Paradise Lost claims "there was no blood at the crime scene" which is... They have never retracted this statement and gained nothing by coming forward, except to have their credibility attacked again and again by WM3 researchers looking to discount their sighting. Despite this, one of the key reasons Narlene Hollingsworth was called to testify was her reputation for brutal honesty, even when it came to her own children. (more info on The Hollingsworth Sighting)Green Fibres found at the crime scene matched a shirt in Damien's home (source). Red fibres that the police suspected were from a bathrobe in Misskelley's home but stressed that they couldn't match them, were retested by the defense in 2008 and found not to match. It's odd that they would retest the fibres known to not be a match, but not the ones that were a match, isn't it? What's even odder is that they neglected to mention that owing to evidence decay, most crime labs refused to retest for the defense, saying that after all this time they would have decayed too much and that "any findings, would be deeply suspect - no matter which side they favored". Odd that they forgot to mention this."CONTINUED BELOW[quote]Jeffrey Dahmer was a satanist, like most other serial killers, but you rarely hear that emphasized. He thought he was the Devil, which isn't really the same thing. And having an obsession with a devil or evil spirit of some kind is not the same thing as being an actual Satanist. OP, I don't think it's many people on the subreddit who think they're guilty, but just one guy who posted that stuff. His points all seem to be his subjective interpretation rather than established fact to create a scenario in his head. Although, some stuff he seems to have copied from a crank blog. I've also followed the links he gives to sources that supposedly back his points up, but then the source appears to say no such thing."Mc Gowan begins by reviewing the evidence for government sponsored mind control experiments dating back to the Nazis and the OSS (forerunner of the CIA). According to Mc Gowan, these shadowy intelligence agencies, along with the military intelligence units, founded, encouraged, and covered up for Satanic cults, whose systematic abuse of children from very young ages provided a contnuing supply of potential mind-controlled programmed assassins. The more susceptible to dissociated states, the easier to program. Mind control in this context refers to "the process of first enhancing an unwitting subject's natural ability to dissociate (creating, in essence, the condition of Multiple Personality Disorder), and then controlling that subject's dissociative states (by creating one or more alter personalities that are effectively under the control of others, and that are unknown to the 'core' personality)." (p. Customs investigators detailed evidence of much worse actions, nothing was written in the press about the matter until seven years later when the US News and World Report attempted to put it to rest by downplaying the accusations as "rumors" even though they were in the possession of the memos. One of the things that tie all these scandals together is the cover-up of participants, destruction of evidence, and lenient sentences to those who have to take the fall by authorities around the world. Mc Gowan goes on to note that "the firm that supplied training to CIA officers didn't just employ several members of the Finders, but appears to have in fact been a wholly owned subsidiary of the Finders organization. police] report has been classified SECRET and was not available for review." (p. No one was indicted.""Mc Gowan begins Part II with the story of Henry Lee Lucas, a serial killer who confessed to nearly 600 murders, committed "rape, torture, mutilation, dismemberment, necrophilia, cannibalism and pedophilia" (p. From the Marc Dutroux scandal in Belgium, to one in Latvia involving the Prime Minister and Justice Minister, to another in Portugal, to the scandal in the United Kingdom that reportedly reached into Tony Blair's cabinet, to those of Larry King, Michael Aquino and Craig Spence in the United States with many circumstantial connections to high-ranking political and media figures, Mc Gowan shows how the damage control operations, including numerous "suicides" by potential witnesses, work.""Mc Gowan then details the CIA connections of some of the Satanic groups that have been linked to ritual abuse and killing of children, in particular the Finders, described in an article in the Washington Post from 1987 as "a 1960's style commune ... Customs found "photos showing children involved in bloodletting ceremonies of animals and one photograph of a child in chains" (pp. It should also be noted that the CIA does not, as a general rule-of-thumb, assign the training of its officers to outside contractors, unless, that is, the 'private' firm utilized in such a capacity is a CIA front."""The leader of the Finders group, Marion Pettie, in a 1998 interview explained that "Going back to World War II, I kept open house mainly to intelligence people in Washington. 65) Regarding evidence found regarding international trafficking of children, the US Custom Service investigator in his memo stated that he was advised by a member of the Washington D. police that "the investigation into the activity of the Finders had become a CIA internal matter. 71) and who, oddly enough, was the only death-row inmate in the State of Texas spared death by Governor George Bush. described in a court document as a 'cult' that allegedly conducted 'brainwashing' and used children in 'rituals (p. After some members of the group were arrested for possible kidnapping when found in the possession of several children who they were keeping in a van and who showed signs of neglect, abuse and sexual abuse, homes and warehouses belonging to group members were searched. Mc Gowan suggests the reason for this and other odd leniencies enjoyed by Lucas lies in the possibility that he was an MK-Ultra programmed assassin."The importation of ISIS rapefugees is just a continuation of Operation Phoenix, more or less:"Mc Gowan concludes that the wave of sensationalized serial killings beginning around 1966 were a domestication of Operation Phoenix, the U. program of mass political assassination in Vietnam. I'm a big fan of the Unresolved Mysteries subreddit, and I was recently surprised to discover that many of the contributors on there believe that the WM3 were really guilty of the crimes that they were seemingly wrongly accused for. After sorting through a lot of the information they provided, there's definitely credence to the theory. I've copied and pasted some of the more intriguing implication below:"Damien has never come up with an Alibi for where he was during the murders. Well, actually he has, per Damien: "At the time the police say the murders took place I was actually on the phone with three different people. The problem was, my attorneys never called them to the stand." - Damien Echols Really? They weren't called because they exposed Damien's alibi for the total lie it was. Lets examine these three (actually four) other peoples testimony, shall we? Holly George - Damien claimed he talked to Holly George on May 5th, 1993. Holly told police she didn’t talk to Damien that evening. She said she spoke with him much earlier in the afternoon, around pm or pm. Heather Cliett - Damien claimed he spoke with Heather Cliett on the evening of May 5th, 1993. Cliett said she'd been unable to reach Echols until pm. She also mentioned that Holly George told her that Echols had been "out walking around" on May 5th, 1993. Domini Teer - Damien’s girlfriend, Domini Teer, said she last saw Damien around -pm on May 5th, 1993. She said she did not speak with him again until Damien called her around pm that night. Jennifer Bearden - The one Damien misses out because it's most damaging. Bearden told police in a 9/10/93 statement that she called Jason’s house between pm and pm on May 5th, 1993. She says Jason answered the phone and she talked to Jason and Damien for about 20 minutes. Damien told her he and Jason were “going somewhere” and to call him back at pm. When Bearden called Damien’s house at pm his grandmother answered. Damien’s grandmother told Bearden that Damien “wasn’t there.” In her police statement, Bearden says she finally reached Damien around pm. So where were Damien and co for four to five hours that happen to coincide with the time of the murders? Damien told Jennifer that Jason's mom had driven them somewhere... which was a lie because she was at work til 11pm (source). It's strange that he can't come up with an alibi that holds up isn't it? I know, you're about to say he was in a karate tournament, but he wasn't. Surely if he's innocent, he just needs to tell us where he was? The so-called photos depict a different event a month prior, and the "witnesses" all gave conflicting testimony. This alibi only emerged after a previous alibi (he was at a party with 12 other people) fell apart And nor does Jason Baldwin, after an attempt to get his brother and a friend (Ken Watkins) to lie for him, he stopped trying to construct one; to the point that in 2008 his lawyer stood up in court and said he couldn't find a reliable alibi witness for Jason. It's really weird that three totally innocent men all tried to fabricate alibis for the same period of time that just happens to correspond with a murder they're suspected of. Really weird that.""Blue wax found on the bodies matched wax found in Damien's room and a candle belonging to his girlfriend (Photo of candle taken during search)The Knife - multiple people testified it was Damien's knife, including his ex-girlfriend Deanna Holcomb (source). She said Damien's knife stood out because it had a compass, and the knife manufacturer testified that the knife found was missing a compass (source)But it doesn't end there. The so called "bitemark" on Stevie Branch (photo) perfectly matches the diameter of the compass slot, complete with central wound for the pin (picture of knife with compass to compare). It's shocking that an innocent man's knife would match not just the knife wounds, but other contusions on the body too. A necklace was found (too late to be included in trial evidence) in Damien's possession that was covered with blood. "It lit up like a Christmas tree [...] there was a lot of blood there"Damien was seen, by a family that knew him very well near the crime scene on the night of the murders. Tests proved that the DNA on it was consistent with Damien, Jason and... (source)The three boys were tied with three, distinct, unique knots. The Hollingsworth Family, who correctly described Damien's clothes, thought they saw him with his girlfriend. This usually points to three distinct killers and is almost unheard of in cases involving just one suspect (source)Paradise Lost claims "there was no blood at the crime scene" which is... They have never retracted this statement and gained nothing by coming forward, except to have their credibility attacked again and again by WM3 researchers looking to discount their sighting. Despite this, one of the key reasons Narlene Hollingsworth was called to testify was her reputation for brutal honesty, even when it came to her own children. (more info on The Hollingsworth Sighting)Green Fibres found at the crime scene matched a shirt in Damien's home (source). Red fibres that the police suspected were from a bathrobe in Misskelley's home but stressed that they couldn't match them, were retested by the defense in 2008 and found not to match. It's odd that they would retest the fibres known to not be a match, but not the ones that were a match, isn't it? What's even odder is that they neglected to mention that owing to evidence decay, most crime labs refused to retest for the defense, saying that after all this time they would have decayed too much and that "any findings, would be deeply suspect - no matter which side they favored". Odd that they forgot to mention this."CONTINUED BELOW[quote]Jeffrey Dahmer was a satanist, like most other serial killers, but you rarely hear that emphasized. He thought he was the Devil, which isn't really the same thing. And having an obsession with a devil or evil spirit of some kind is not the same thing as being an actual Satanist. OP, I don't think it's many people on the subreddit who think they're guilty, but just one guy who posted that stuff. His points all seem to be his subjective interpretation rather than established fact to create a scenario in his head. Although, some stuff he seems to have copied from a crank blog. I've also followed the links he gives to sources that supposedly back his points up, but then the source appears to say no such thing."Mc Gowan begins by reviewing the evidence for government sponsored mind control experiments dating back to the Nazis and the OSS (forerunner of the CIA). According to Mc Gowan, these shadowy intelligence agencies, along with the military intelligence units, founded, encouraged, and covered up for Satanic cults, whose systematic abuse of children from very young ages provided a contnuing supply of potential mind-controlled programmed assassins. The more susceptible to dissociated states, the easier to program. Mind control in this context refers to "the process of first enhancing an unwitting subject's natural ability to dissociate (creating, in essence, the condition of Multiple Personality Disorder), and then controlling that subject's dissociative states (by creating one or more alter personalities that are effectively under the control of others, and that are unknown to the 'core' personality)." (p. Customs investigators detailed evidence of much worse actions, nothing was written in the press about the matter until seven years later when the US News and World Report attempted to put it to rest by downplaying the accusations as "rumors" even though they were in the possession of the memos. One of the things that tie all these scandals together is the cover-up of participants, destruction of evidence, and lenient sentences to those who have to take the fall by authorities around the world. Mc Gowan goes on to note that "the firm that supplied training to CIA officers didn't just employ several members of the Finders, but appears to have in fact been a wholly owned subsidiary of the Finders organization. police] report has been classified SECRET and was not available for review." (p. No one was indicted.""Mc Gowan begins Part II with the story of Henry Lee Lucas, a serial killer who confessed to nearly 600 murders, committed "rape, torture, mutilation, dismemberment, necrophilia, cannibalism and pedophilia" (p. From the Marc Dutroux scandal in Belgium, to one in Latvia involving the Prime Minister and Justice Minister, to another in Portugal, to the scandal in the United Kingdom that reportedly reached into Tony Blair's cabinet, to those of Larry King, Michael Aquino and Craig Spence in the United States with many circumstantial connections to high-ranking political and media figures, Mc Gowan shows how the damage control operations, including numerous "suicides" by potential witnesses, work.""Mc Gowan then details the CIA connections of some of the Satanic groups that have been linked to ritual abuse and killing of children, in particular the Finders, described in an article in the Washington Post from 1987 as "a 1960's style commune ... Customs found "photos showing children involved in bloodletting ceremonies of animals and one photograph of a child in chains" (pp. It should also be noted that the CIA does not, as a general rule-of-thumb, assign the training of its officers to outside contractors, unless, that is, the 'private' firm utilized in such a capacity is a CIA front."""The leader of the Finders group, Marion Pettie, in a 1998 interview explained that "Going back to World War II, I kept open house mainly to intelligence people in Washington. 65) Regarding evidence found regarding international trafficking of children, the US Custom Service investigator in his memo stated that he was advised by a member of the Washington D. police that "the investigation into the activity of the Finders had become a CIA internal matter. 71) and who, oddly enough, was the only death-row inmate in the State of Texas spared death by Governor George Bush. described in a court document as a 'cult' that allegedly conducted 'brainwashing' and used children in 'rituals (p. After some members of the group were arrested for possible kidnapping when found in the possession of several children who they were keeping in a van and who showed signs of neglect, abuse and sexual abuse, homes and warehouses belonging to group members were searched. Mc Gowan suggests the reason for this and other odd leniencies enjoyed by Lucas lies in the possibility that he was an MK-Ultra programmed assassin."The importation of ISIS rapefugees is just a continuation of Operation Phoenix, more or less:"Mc Gowan concludes that the wave of sensationalized serial killings beginning around 1966 were a domestication of Operation Phoenix, the U. program of mass political assassination in Vietnam.

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