Jessie’s (June 3, 1993) statement (with audio – load and follow along): https://www.dpdlaw.com/jessie-misskelley-jr-confession/
Jessie’s (June 3, 1993) statement after the time discrepancies in his original statement were found to be too severe to justify the issuance of a warrant: https://www.dpdlaw.com/jessieclarificationstatement/
Sheriff’s (February 1994) officers’ report of alleged statements Jessie made: https://www.dpdlaw.com/jessiejailstatement/
Jessie’s (February 1994) statement: https://www.dpdlaw.com/jessiepostconvictionstatement/
Jivepuppi’s excellent analysis: https://www.jivepuppi.com/jivepuppi_slide_presentation.html
There are many well established indicators as to false confessions and factors have been pretty solidly developed that can lead one to objectively determine whether a statement is true. To paraphrase — on a scale of 1 to 10, with 1 being a true & reliable confession and 10 being a false confession, Jessie’s statements are an 11.
Wikipedia on false confessions: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/False_confession
(Note – Wikipedia in and of itself is not a primary source and should not be cited as one.
It does, however, cite to proper and reliable sources)