A bra clasp obviously a contamination risk found with traces of about four others that was videoed the day of discovery but apparently left there and "found" six weeks later when the prosecution was running out of evidence and happens to be the only trace of either innocent in the murder room when the real murderer left evidence of himself all over it? Absurd, which is what happens when a nutcase prosecutor already convicted of abuse of office while pursuing a nonsensical theory that a long inactive serial killer was really the work of a satanic cult, filing bogus charges on twenty or so people before finally being stopped. Add to that a plethora of mistakes and outright lies fed to the press that live on through hate sites dedicated to taking the freedom of the two innocents rather than admit they were duped by the police lies and tabloid press. This was a very straightforward burglar surprised in the act who fled the country and was identified by the evidence he left all over the room, while nothing of the three arrested was found--until they came up with that dubious contaminated bra clasp when they were facing having to release everyone and admit their bizarre ritualistic orgy scenario was complete nonsense.
But their arrests and that trio of guilty verdicts was only the beginning—and it's doubtful that Amanda Knox, a new documentary that started streaming on Netflix Friday, will be the end.
There is no in-between," Knox says in a voiceover during the film. But, on the other hand, if I'm innocent, it means that everyone is vulnerable, and that is everyone's nightmare. Either I'm a psychopath in sheep's clothing, or I am you. Photos Biggest Unsolved Murder Mysteries Knox had already spent two years in an Italian prison—and, as she has described it, what sounds like anyone's version of a personal hell—by the time she and Sollecito were convicted of murder and sexual violence in December She was sentenced to 26 years in prison and Sollecito 25 years.
Knox sobbed when the verdict was delivered. But Knox and Sollecito appealed, and both were found not guilty in an appellate court trial in Sollecito, however, was in Italy and was once again taken into custody.
In JuneKnox was charged in absentia of slandering the Italian police. He has always insisted he was innocent. They fooled around, but didn't have sex, and Kercher complained about Knox, he said. Guede said he had eaten a kebab that didn't agree with him and, while he was in the bathroom for at least 10 minutes, he heard Knox's voice and then a scream "louder than the music from my headphones.
Not just the scene, but the country. He said he picked Germany because that's where the next train was going.
And then a pub. The next night, Nov. So many things to this day that still don't make sense.
That could be because, from the beginning, the circus far outshone the evidence as far as the investigation went. Everyone knew the name "Amanda Knox," but a lot of people may have been hard-pressed to name the victim, Meredith Kercher.
Everything she went through," Stephanie said. She didn't deserve that. No one deserves that.Every time a new development happens in the Amanda Knox case, I get a bunch of angry emails and tweets from amateur internet sleuths who believe that Knox did in fact kill her roommate, Meredith Kercher, in their house in Perugia, Italy, way back in Amanda Knox is a name that has gain international fame throughout the years, but, not the type of fame you would normally expect.
Splattered across headlines and showcased on the primetime news the name Knox stirred emotions of friends, family, cities, states, even whole countries.
Most people know that Amanda Knox— "Foxy Knoxy" — is the pretty American student who was arrested and found guilty of the stabbing death of her British roommate in Italy, during a "sex game.
Oct 03, · Amanda Knox: Guilty or innocent, five reasons why Complex and conflicting evidence was presented at Amanda Knox’s year-long trial in and at her appeal over the last 10 months. Oct 03, · Amanda Knox: Guilty or innocent, five reasons why Complex and conflicting evidence was presented at Amanda Knox’s year-long trial in and at her appeal over the last 10 months.
Mar 27, · Amanda Knox (AP/Mark Lennihan) Amanda Knox verdict: The real evidence and why (almost) everything you think you know about the case is wrong An Italian court annuls a murder verdict.