Joe Berlinger and Bruce Sinofsky, the creators of the HBO film "Paradise Lost"
prepared a sequel called "Paradise Lost 2: Revelation."
It is was aired on HBO during 2000-MAR. It has been aired repeatedly since.
A spokesperson for the Betwixt & Between Community Center, a
community center for Earth-centered spirituality commented on the original
documentary: " 'Paradise Lost' incorporates actual courtroom
footage and clandestine jailhouse interviews with behind-the-scenes strategy
meetings and portraits of grief-stricken families. Named one of 1996's top ten
films of the year by more than 35 major-market film critics, 'Paradise Lost' won
an Emmy, Peabody and the National Board of Review 'Best Documentary' awards." The
Community Center is featured on the sequel.
The original documentary, Paradise Loss, was extensively reviewed. You can
read reviews at: the Cabin Fever Entertainment Inc. web site at:
We believe that the crimes were perpetrated by two or more sexually sadistic
psychopaths. A single murderer is possible but it might have been difficult for one person
to control three 8 year olds without leaving evidence. In our opinion, there is no
credible evidence that Satanism or any other occultic activity was involved. There is no
evidence that any ritual took place in the woods. There is no evidence of any ritual tools
having been used. There is no evidence of any evil, abusive, homicidal Satanic cult in the
area (or elsewhere in North America, for that matter).
Misskelley's confession is worthless. It was probably composed completely from
information that he had picked up from the media and/or from rumors circulating
locally. Probably any teenager with reduced intellectual abilities would have
confessed and told the police what they wanted to know, in order to end the
His successful passing of a polygraph test is an excellent indicator of his
Unfortunately, lie detector tests are only about 85% accurate and thus are
inadmissible in court.
The trial was not fair. The jurors were biased because of the sensational articles in
the media between the murders and the trial. Also, most jurors probably believed that
occultic murders are commonplace. The defense was hopelessly underfunded.
The police were negligent in not following up properly on other leads. They seemed to
have bowed to public pressure to find suspects, and then ignored other possible murderers
while they made every effort to find the three teenagers guilty.
The testimony at the hearing shows that the child victim was not bitten by any of the
three youths. It is possible that someone stumbled across the crime scene and bit one of
the victims after the murder(s) had left. But we consider it unlikely. It would seem
fairly obvious that the West Memphis 3 are not guilty of the murder of the three children.
The actual murderer(s) are probably roaming free.
We have supported the innocence of the West Memphis 3 since before their trial. Every
time that the case receives publicity, we receive numerous angry Emails attacking us for
our stance. Hopefully, these nasty Emails should now end. It feels good to be on the
How to prove their innocence:
The following paragraphs are redundant as of late 2007, because the lack of
DNA evidence from the WM3 at the murder scene proved beyond reasonable doubt
that the WM3 are innocent.
A polygraph (lie detector) test is only 85% accurate. It is thus inadmissible
in a court of law. The test that Jessie Misskelley took shows that he is
probably innocent. But the test is not conclusive. There is a 15% chance that he
is actually guilty.
Consider a polygraph test given to a second defendant: If he passed, then the
chance that they are not both guilty rises from 85% to about 98%. If all three
defendants passed their lie detector tests, then the chance that any one of them
is innocent is 85%; the chance that they are not all guilty rises to 99.6%.
Of course, if you believe that Satan exists and has supernatural powers, then
an alternative logical conclusion would be that Satan is able to cloud the mind of
the polygraph examiner and allowed the defendants to pass the test even though
they were actually guilty.
Legal defense fund:
Winona Ryder hosted a "Cruel and Unusual Punishment" art show in
Los Angeles. The exhibit opened on 2003-SEP-6 at the Sixspace gallery, and includeed artwork by Marilyn Manson and a spoken-word
performance by Jello Biafra -- the former frontman for the Dead Kennedys.
The profit was used to support the legal defense fund of the West Memphis
Three (WM3). Their immediate goal was to raise sufficient funds to pay for DNA
testing. In 2007, the absence of DNA of the WM3 at the crime scene proved
beyond reasonable doubt that the three are innocent.
- Jon Sparks, "LA art show seeks $$ for DNA tests for WM3," at:
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