I semi-agree with you, Greys. A lot of people seem completely sure they're innocent, and they may in fact be, but it's more a case of there really not being enough to convict if a fair trial were held (not the Satanism and other questionable stuff introduced at trial). If I recall correctly, the only direct physical evidence was 1 or 2 fibers found on clothing in Damien's closet matching something at the scene, but fiber evidence is really quite weak and can be subject to misinterpretation. And there seemed to be quite a lot of credibility questions regarding the State's witnesses, and of course the issues surrounding Misskelley's confession. All in all, I tend to believe they truly are innocent, but nobody at this point can say for sure.
I did find this about the DNA evidence, from last year's decision in Echols's case, and in my opinion, it's fairly strong in pointing away from them:
The results of the testing established that neither Echols, Baldwin, nor Misskelley waswas consistent with the DNA of David Jacoby, a friend of Terry Hobbs.
the source of any of the biological material tested, which included a foreign allele from a
penile swab of victim Steven Branch; a hair from the ligature used to bind victim Michael
Moore; and a hair recovered from a tree stump, near where the bodies were recovered. In
addition, the DNA material from the hair found in the ligature used to bind Moore was found
to be consistent with Terry Hobbs, Branch’s stepfather. The hair found on the tree stump