> siding with the West Memphis police department
> believing in the satanic boogy-man
> being this new
I know satan has big scary horns but hes just trying to teach you something
Where did I say that I'm with the West Memphis PD?
I said that the three were linked to a much larger cult underground, and that there were multiple people, including adults, involved with the murders. In other words, that the WMPD failed to expose the real conspiracy - probably because the cult involved high-level locals who enjoyed protection (e.g. John Mark Byers, who was a 32nd Degree Mason, drug dealer, and police informant).
People forget, but the original jury apparently believed that John Mark Byers (who was a 32nd Degree Mason) was involved alongside the three. Sharon French said as much, "we knew he was there ... we knew he was involved, but we couldn't do anything about that because he wasn't on trial." Which, if true, means people on both sides of the issue need to reassess everything they believe about this case.
>I know satan has big scary horns but hes just trying to teach you something
Holy cringe. Are you 15?
I'm probably a lot more involved in the occult than you are, champ.
you're probably involved?
I live in an area that's similarly a hotbed for these type of belief systems (in a general sense), and have known people who are engaged with them all my life. I've been at rituals, as well as many discussions with serious religionists in this area - both about occult-related crime as well as .
You're trying to peg me as someone who would conclude these 3 were killers based on an irrational fear of the Devil, yet if the reports of the torture-murder of humans and animals are false then I'd probably have a lot more in common with the accused than their detractors. No, I initially believed they were innocent - and I still don't really think they were the nucleus of the conspiracy, but they had some level of knowledge and / or involvement in something much, much larger.