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Four Innocent Lives Are Ruined When Satanic Panic And Homophobia Mix

"Southwest of Salem" is the new "Making A Murderer."
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The superstition that helped convict three innocent men in West Memphis is the same concept still used against LGBT people — a phenomenon called Satanic panic.

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