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OBVIOUS OUTCOME FOR AMANDA KNOX AND RAFFAELE SOLLECITO: ACQUITTED FOR NOT HAVING COMMITTED THE FACT

Five Cassation judges were not fooled by pushers, tramps, words and conjectures Frank Sfarzo reporting from Italy I always told people to relax and keep imagination at leash, because by following a case from faraway you risk to get things wrong. I always suggested to Mignini not to believe what the cops were telling him. I always suggested to friends …

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Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito, Seven Years of Injustice

Written by Italian Journalist, Francesco Luna English translation completed by Injustice Anywhere Forum member, Teddy. The 2nd November 2007 was a clear bright day like today. Amanda Knox was twenty years old and was happy, while she crossed Piazza Grimana square and arrived at via della Pergola, in Perugia. She had left her new boyfriend, Raffaele Sollecito, sleeping in bed …

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Luca Cheli Discusses His Analysis Of The Nencini Motivation In The Knox & Sollecito Case On Injustice Anywhere Radio

This week, Luca Cheli discussed his analysis of Judge Alessandro Nencini’s Motivation Document that reinstated the guilty verdicts for Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito, with Bruce Fischer on the Injustice Anywhere Radio Program. The first detailed analysis of Nencini’s ruling titled: “Knox and Sollecito: Dissection of a Conviction” is now available in English. Luca is a member of the Injustice Anywhere Advisory Board …

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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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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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MEREDITH KERCHER: CRIME SCENE INSTIGATION

“To say that Amanda embraced the experience as a growing up exercise is a step too far. In my judgement Amanda is loyal, principled, honest, trusting and inherently a private person. It took her (and all of us) a long time to understand that this prosecution was not a cock-up; it was a conspiracy from the start. How deep and …

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