From: Jackson Tn
The first one is the best. But it's perhaps a little biased, although it's hard not to be biased in these cases.
Interesting to watch how people change their minds (well not all) and how they "grow" in 18 years, specially in the case of Jason Baldwin.
There's another documentary, "The Thin Blue Line", about judiciary errors, which is much better IMO.
But I think you should watch them... it's always interesting to look at the human side of the things. And all these documentaries have always a lot to show on that regard.
I agree that it is interesting how people change their stories and opinions. My view of the case has changed too, I no longer think Misskelley, Echols and Baldwin are guilty. During the time of the crimes, arrest and trial I lived in Bartlet Tn, a suberb of Memphis. So I was less than 20 miles from West Memphis, and that town and their cops had a bad reputation for both incompetence and corruption.
"I hate newspapermen. They come into camp and pick up their camp rumors and print them as facts. I regard them as spies, which, in truth, they are. If I killed them all there would be news from Hell before breakfast."- W.T. Sherman