The website aims to set the record straight about a deceptive Wikipedia style website that discusses the Meredith Kercher murder case. The site in question was designed by an anonymous anti-Amanda Knox blogger using the alias “Edward McCall”. The misleading pro-guilt website can be found at www.themurderofmeredithkercher.com.
Injustice Anywhere operates injusticeinperugia.org, a website that advocates for Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito. Unlike the pro-guilt wiki, Their advocacy is clear as soon as you open the homepage to their website. The pro-guilt group’s use of the Wikipedia format completely masks the true intentions of the website. The group operating the pro-guilt wiki openly advocates against Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito on 3 different cult-like hate sites, while making absolutely no mention of it on their wiki project. The pro-guilt wiki has been tweeted hundreds of times to media outlets all around the world, as if it is a credible source.
Journalist Andrea Vogt regularly posts links to the pro-guilt wiki, leading her readers to believe that the source is legitimate. Vogt is now well aware of the fact that the website is run by anti-Amanda Knox bloggers, and she continues to promote it anyway. Vogt’s readers deserve to know the truth about the sources she provides. If Vogt wants to be viewed as a credible journalist, she needs to stop promoting the anti-Amanda Knox website immediately, and issue an apology to her readers.
According to their mission statement, the new website created by Injustice Anywhere is a work in progress. They will continue to monitor the pro-guilt wiki and add new content as necessary.
Please visit www.murderofmeredithkercher.com to learn more about this effort. You can also join the discussion on the Injustice Anywhere Forum to get to know many of the volunteers that worked to create this new informative website.