Former MISFITS singer Michale Graves has written a feature story in this month's issue of the Atlas Plugged webzine on the growing campaign to free the West Memphis Three — three young men believed by many to have been falsely jailed for a crime they did not commit.

In his article, Graves — a longtime supporter of the West Memphis Three cause — provides a detailed account of the events leading to their incarceration and the escalating efforts to secure their release.

The Atlas Plugged is a monthly webzine produced by the Music Resource Group, publishers of the top-selling industry guide The Musician's Atlas and organizers of the annual Independent Music Awards competition.

The Graves article and the rest of the latest Atlas Plugged (which also features a story written by ex-CRO-MAGS member Harley Flanagan) can be found at this location.


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