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  • Jason Baldwin (center), freed from prison after he and two others served 18 years for the 1993 murders of three 8-year-old boys, sits with documentary filmmakers Joe Berlinger (left) and Bruce Sinofsky in a scene from "Paradise Lost 3: Purgatory." (HBO via Associated Press)

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    The parents of two of three Arkansas boys who were murdered in 1993 said they're disappointed that a documentary about the killings and the three men convicted, known as the West Memphis Three, was nominated Tuesday for an Academy Award.

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    The parents of two of three Arkansas boys who were murdered in 1993 said they're disappointed that a documentary about the killings and the three men convicted, known as the West Memphis Three, was nominated Tuesday for an Academy Award.

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    Peter Jackson believes Damien Echols would be dead now if not for a 1996 documentary that cast doubt on the man's guilt in three child murders.

  • West Memphis 3, locked up 18 years, together in NY

    Now living scattered across the country, three men released nearly two decades after they were convicted of killing three Arkansas boys reunited in New York on Monday for a movie screening about their case.

  • 'West Memphis Three' together in New York

    Now living scattered across the country, three men released nearly two decades after they were convicted of killing three Arkansas boys reunited in New York on Monday for a movie screening about their case.

  • **FILE** In this photo from Nov. 21, 2008, Craighead County Chief Deputy Bob Sharp (left) escorts Jessie Lloyd Misskelley (center) and Charles Jason Baldwin as they leave the Craighead County Courthouse Annex at Jonesboro, Ark. (Associated Press/The Jonesboro Sun)

    'West Memphis 3' plead guilty to murders to win freedom

    Three men convicted in the nightmarish slayings of three Cub Scouts went free Friday, nearly two decades after they were sent to prison in a case so gruesome it raised suspicions the children had been sacrificed in a Satanic ritual.

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