January 8, 2006--Posted at 11:00 p.m. CST
WEST MEMPHIS--Governor Huckabee says he's seen No evidence that would incline him toward granting clemency for any of the three men serving sentences in the deaths of three eight-year-old boys twelve years ago.
The so-called ``West Memphis Three'' -- Damien Echols, Jason Baldwin and Jesse Misskelly -- are in prison for the murders in 1993. The convicted killers were teenagers when Steven Branch, Christopher Byers, and Michael Moore were killed.
Asked on a call-in T-V show about his views on clemency for the convicted killers, Huckabee said he's had a lot of letters and correspondence -- mostly from out of state from people who saw a television special on the case or read an article about it. He says he hasn't seen any evidence that hasn't already been checked out by the proper authorities.