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Consider the ramifications: What if lead Prosecutor Giuliano Mignini knew Rudy Guede committed the murder of Meredith Kercher before November 5th, 2007? What if Mignini went into the “interview” on November 5th, 2007 with premeditating the framing of Amanda Knox to cover for Rudy Guede?   To some, this may sound impossible, to others; I am making this highly probable scenario …

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The Amanda Knox Case: New Questions Emerge Surrounding the Role of the Milanese Police

One of the enduring questions surrounding the tragic November 2007 murder of British exchange student Meredith Kercher in Perugia, Italy is whether Meredith might still be alive if Italian police had done their jobs properly. Rudy Guede is one of three people convicted of Meredith’s murder; he committed the crime alone.  In the weeks leading up to the murder, Guede …

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Amanda Knox was in fact UNknowingly involved in a “Satanic Ritual.” The lead prosecutor, Giuliano Mignini has already been labeled as a believer in the occult, satanic rituals.  He has projected his demented beliefs in many of his Satanic Ritual Prosecutions.  Amanda has no affiliation with anything demonic, but they thought she did!  Hence, guilty of witchcraft in a satanic murder!  …

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Prosecution Lackey John Follain Claims to Give Definitive Account of Amanda Knox Case

  Updated February 26, 2012 John Follian reports for the Rupert Murdoch owned Times of London. He has reported extensively on the Meredith Kercher murder case and has also written a book on the subject. I recently wrote an article detailing the Architects of the Foxy Knoxy Myth.  Even though Follain was not considered one of the architects, he is another …

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The Kercher’s responsibilities for bringing true closure on Meredith.

John Kercher has repeatedly claimed that attention to Amanda Knox and her appeal is preventing the Kerchers from getting closure on his daughter’s murder David C Anderson It is now nearly four years since the cruel murder of Meredith Kercher in Perugia. After only five days, with a pompous fanfare, the local police and prosecutors declared it was ‘case closed’. …

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What do the West Memphis Three and Amanda Knox Have in Common?

After 18 long years the West Memphis Three are finally free. Damien W. Echols, 36, Jason Baldwin, 34, and Jessie Misskelley Jr., 36, were wrongfully convicted of killing three 8 year old boys, Steven Branch, Christopher Byers, and Michael Moore, in West Memphis, Arkansas in 1993. The plea deal agreed to by all parties and confirmed by the district court …

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