Ronald Ward

12.06.2021 - By True Crime All The Time

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Ronald Ward was convicted of committing a triple homicide in West Memphis, Arkansas when he was just 15 years old. When confronted by police, Ronald admitted being in the home but said he wasn't involved in the murders. He told police that an older man had forced him into the house at knifepoint. Ronald's fingerprints were found at the scene but so were others that were never identified.

Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss the murders committed by Ronald Ward. An all-white jury convicted Ronald at his first trial despite the objections of his counsel. His defense lost a number of motions to either suppress or introduce evidence they felt was favorable to Ronald. There are many people who feel that Ronald was not guilty of the murders, but, two different juries found him guilty.

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