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Movie West of Memphis Sparks Debate About Arkansas Murder Casei
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April 03, 2013 1:35 AM
In 1993, three young boys were killed and mutilated in West Memphis, Arkansas. Three troubled teenagers were convicted for the crime and put behind bars for 18 years. It turns out, though, that their prosecution was tainted. Although the Arkansas prosecutor declined to comment, Amy Berg says her recent documentary, West of Memphis, points to a flawed justice system and presents fresh evidence about new suspects. VOA’s Penelope Poulou has the story.

Movie West of Memphis Sparks Debate About Arkansas Murder Case

Published April 02, 2013

In 1993, three young boys were killed and mutilated in West Memphis, Arkansas. Three troubled teenagers were convicted for the crime and put behind bars for 18 years. It turns out, though, that their prosecution was tainted. Although the Arkansas prosecutor declined to comment, Amy Berg says her recent documentary, West of Memphis, points to a flawed justice system and presents fresh evidence about new suspects. VOA’s Penelope Poulou has the story.


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