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Jason Baldwin, Damien Echols and Jessie Misskelley Jr who were convicted of killing three young boys and sentenced for 18 years in jail were released on Friday under a plea arrangement. All the three are from Memphis and the crime was committed in 1993. They enjoyed their newfound freedom spending time with their family and friends. They were fascinated by the changes that have taken place in the food habits of people and the advancement in science and technology since their imprisonment 18 years ago.

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