Before the undersigned Notary Public, duly qualified and acting in and for said county and state, appeared Daniel Biddle, to me well known to be the affiant herein, who stated the following under oath:
"1. My name is Daniel Biddle. I was born on XX-XX, 1976. My mother's name is Linda Joyce Biddle.
2. I was housed in the Juvenile Detention Center in Jonesboro, Arkansas at the same time as Jason Baldwin. I was there for around eight or nine months. I remember that Jason was a skinny white male, who was tall and had blonde hair.
3. There was one television in the day room. When news of the West Memphis Three case came on the television, a female jailer whose name was Ms. Joyce would come in and turn off the news. I remember seeing one T.V. story about the West Memphis Three that showed Jason's photo. That was the first time that I connected Jason with that case.
4. While I was locked up with Jason, at first a lot of people asked Jason if he did it, or if he wanted to talk about the ease. All I heard him say was that he didn't want to talk about it.
5. I do not recall any time when Jason was in the day room when the news about the West Memphis Three case came on T.V. I remember one time when Jason was out talking to his lawyer when one of the stories about that case came on the T.V.
6. I can remember a few of the other people who were locked up with me. There were a few black guys and two white guys that I remember. I remember that one black guy was named Leonard Haskins, and I remember another black guy named Raymond Trice whose brother was Freddie Trice. Freddie's nickname was "Snoop Dog".
7. We would be allowed out in the day room for just a few hours at a time. There were two tables the size of card tables. Each table had four attached seats. People would play cards from time to time.
8. I remember that Jason was laid back and relaxed. I never saw anybody try to intimate him or to take advantage of him. I never saw any of the black guys bother Baldwin.
9. We used to have our meals in our cells. The cell doors were locked at meal time.
10. I remember that there were usually eight or nine people locked up in the unit. While I was there there was not a lot of turnover. Sometimes one or two people might come in and stay for a little bit, but otherwise I knew who was there in the unit, and knew their names.
11. I do not remember talking to a guy named Michael Carson. An investigator named Tom Quinn read me some things that Quinn told me Carson said about being locked up at the juvenile unit. Mr. Quinn has asked me if I knew how to play a game named spades. I never did play spades. People used to ask me if I played cards and I would tell them that I don't play cards. I may have sat down at the table when others were playing cards, but I did not play.
12. I never remember playing cards with Jason Baldwin or any other person while I was in the juvenile lock-up in Jonesboro.
13. I do not remember if anybody actually asked Jason in front of me if he did the murders while we were in the day room or at the day room table. I do remember that every time anyone asked Jason about the case he would say that he did not want to talk about it.
14. I also remember one time when Jason was asked if he did it, or if he was involved, and Jason got a little angry at the question and went back to his cell.
15. I was asked if I ever heard Jason Baldwin talk about cutting people, or cutting parts of their bodies. I never heard Jason talk about anything like that.
16. I don't remember Jason Baldwin ever hanging out with any other white guy who was in the juvenile lock-up in Jonesboro. He stayed pretty much to himself.
17. I don't remember anybody, either black or white, messing with Jason Baldwin, or bothering him in any way. That may have happened when he was first there, but I don't remember it. People used to harass each other, and there was a little intimidation that would go on back and forth between a lot of people in the juvenile lock-up. Because of the way Jason handled himself, I don't remember anybody picking on him, threatening him, or messing with him in any way.
18. I have read the foregoing statements and state that they are true and accurate to the best of my knowledge and belief."
Further the affiant sayeth naught.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I hereunto set my hand this 10th day of June, 2004.