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Damien Echols owned book on deathrow signed with his name and initials from 2009-2010
NOW RELEASED FREE AND INNOCENT!!! FOR HALLOWEEN MADNESS AUCTIONS AND A GOOD REASON TO SIGN UP ON MURDERAUCTION RIGHT NOW. JUST FOR THIS AUCTION WOULD BE WORTH IT!
This was sent by his wife Lori and when he finished reading it he sent it back to her. A very rare opportunity to own a signed personnal read book by him while on deathrow! A letter signed by him wich is less valuable then a owned signed book can by priced over 1500$ with its original envelope on other sites!
This book is a Winner of the Pulitzer Prize : Excellent reading!
Summary: After the death of his promiscuous and cruel wife, Quoyle is left--lost and timid as always--with his two daughters, Bunny and Sunshine. When his aunt suggests moving back to Newfoundland, where the family originated, Quoyle agrees. In Newfoundland Quoyle begins working for The Gammy Bird, a local newspaper, and slowly begins to realize love can exist without misery.
The West Memphis Three are three men who – while teenagers – were tried and convicted, in 1994, of the 1993 murders of three boys in West Memphis, Arkansas. Damien Echols was sentenced to death, Jessie Misskelley, Jr. was sentenced to life imprisonment plus two 20-year sentences, and Jason Baldwin was sentenced to life imprisonment. During the trial, the prosecution asserted that the children were killed as part of a Satanic ritual.
A number of documentaries have explored the case. Celebrities and musicians have held fundraisers in the belief that the three young men convicted of the crime are innocent.
In July 2007, new forensic evidence was presented in the case. A status report jointly issued by the state and the defense team stated: "Although most of the genetic material recovered from the scene was attributable to the victims of the offenses, some of it cannot be attributed to either the victims or the defendants." On October 29, 2007, the defense filed a Second Amended Writ of Habeas Corpus, outlining the new evidence.
Following a 2010 decision by the Arkansas Supreme Court regarding newly produced DNA evidence and potential juror misconduct, the West Memphis Three negotiated a plea bargain with prosecutors. On August 19, 2011, they entered Alford pleas, which allowed them to assert their innocence while acknowledging that prosecutors have enough evidence to convict them. Judge David Laser accepted the pleas and sentenced the three to time served. They were released with 10-year suspended sentences, having served 18 years and 78 days in prison.
From the collection of Mr. Bohannon obtained directly by him