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Crowd: Justice not served in 1993 killings

By Scott Carroll

This article was published May 6, 2015 at 3:26 a.m.

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John Mark Byers, adoptive father of Christopher Byers, sits at the state Capitol on Tuesday during an event calling for justice in the slayings of 8-year-olds Christopher, Stevie Branch and Michael Moore (photos on poster, left) in West Memphis in 1993.


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Supporters of the three men convicted of killing three boys in West Memphis in 1993 gathered Tuesday on the state Capitol steps and called for officials to reopen the investigation into the slayings.


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