'West Memphis Three' member Damien Echols warns against a politicized justice system

, The National Law Journal

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It's been 16 months since Damien Echols walked out of the prison where he spent 18 years for his purported role in the murder of three 8-year-old boys in West Memphis, Ark. Echols and his wife, Lorri Davis, talk to NLJ about the case, his life outside of prison and his view of the justice system.

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