An attorney representing the mother of one of the boys murdered in the infamous 1993 West Memphis case filed affidavits in court Wednesday
naming four men, all of whom have connections to the case, as the killers.
Ok this case has had me captivated since the first paradise lost documentary on HBO
An attorney representing Pam Hicks, mother of victim Stevie Branch, presented sworn statements that he says implicate Terry Hobbs, David Jacoby, Buddy
Lucas and L.G. Hollingsworth in the killings
according to a pair of sworn statements submitted by Swindle, four other men brutally murdered the three boys in the infamous case after the
children surprised them while they were drinking, [snipped] and possibly engaging in sexual activity
I have always wondered about Terry Hobbs and thought he was full of bs
He was the one that neighbors said saw him with all 4 boys the day of the murders.
This was one of the worst witch hunts ever IMO and its pretty much been proven by the release of all 3 of the "West Memphis three"
Bennie Guy and Billy Stewart both gave sworn affidavits to Swindle, saying that Buddy Lucas admitted his involvement to them
Well, me and L.G. Hollingsworth and them two, we done it. We killed them little boys,” Lucas said, according to Guy
Guy said that Hollingsworth told him that he and Lucas teenagers who had been walking in Lakeshore Trailer Park when Hobbs and Jacoby drove up, asking
where to buy marijuana, so all 4 go to get some ..Lucas said that the quartet drank whiskey, smoked pot and drove around, eventually ending up in the
wooded area where the murders took place. Lucas told Stewart that Hobbs and Jacoby made the two teenagers wrestle after they got to the woods
Then they say the boys surprised the by riding up on there bikes and Hobbss ordered the 2 teenagers to chase the boys down whil the other men beat
them.. They then stripped the bodies, dumped them in the water and hid the bicycles
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