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AMANDA KNOX & RAFFAELE SOLLECITO APPEAL: BONGIORNO, AN ATTACK TOO POLITE

Defense with Luca Maori to close on January 20th, Verdict on the 30th Florence, January 9, 2014 “I was arrested because they thought there was my shoe print under Meredith’s body,” Giulia Bongiorno said, making a parody, in her theatrical interpretation, of a weeping Raffaele. “No, no, no,” Bongiorno added. “Sollecito is wrong. He was arrested because he was the …

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MEREDITH, AMANDA AND RAFFAELE: SAFETY NET FAIL

First World countries enjoy a measure of security that Third Worlds do not–laws, bylaws, statutes, and treaties protect us.  We have a host of officials to enact those laws or raise awareness when someone is illegally tinkering with them.  That Safety Net  is available to every one of us as Due Process and it is our birthright.  If those laws …

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THE WAR AGAINST AMANDA KNOX, RAFFAELE SOLLECITO AND ANYONE WHO DEFENDS THEM

Why They Have to Be Convicted at All Cost Frank Sfarzo in Florence, November 27, 2013 As we remember, when Amanda Knox explained in court why she signed the statements against Patrick Lumumba, she accused the cops of having extorted them from her with violence. The local prosecutor, instead of letting her talk, instead of opening an investigation, interrupted her …

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THE PROSECUTION TRIES: “GIVE 30 YEARS TO AMANDA KNOX”

Darlie Routier

Extremely Weak Arguments Brought Against Knox and SollecitoFrank Sfarzo in Florence, November 26, 2013 How can you accuse Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito when you have nothing tangible in your hands? With opinions, and the opinions brought by the prosecutor were, in my opinion, all wrong. Interesting, though, and appreciable, that he underlined every one of his opinions saying that …

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Advocate Tammy Alexander & Attorney Jen Fitzgerald Discuss the Jamie Snow Case With Injustice Anywhere Radio

Advocate Tammy Alexander, Attorney Jen Fitzgerald, and Bill Clutter, the founder of Investigating Innocence, discussed the Jamie Snow case this week with Bruce Fischer on the Injustice Anywhere Radio program. Jamie Snow was wrongfully convicted in 2001 for the 1991 murder of William Little, a gas station attendant in Bloomington, Illinois. Jamie is currently serving a life sentence without the …

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THE MURDER OF MEREDITH KERCHER

November 1, 2007, Via Della Pergola 7, Perugia, Italy, about 9:30pm.  All Saint’s Day would end with the tragic death of Meredith Kercher, an exchange student from Leeds University in the United Kingdom.  Meredith, a London native, dreamed of a year abroad and planned to follow her father’s footsteps and become a writer. She had been in Perugia approximately 45 …

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