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AMANDA KNOX AND HER LAWYERS DEMOLISH ALL ACCUSATIONS

Words that Taste of Truth Florence, December 17, 2013 Amanda solved the problem of her absence by sending a letter. She had always explained, since November 6, 2007, that she had nothing to do with the crime, but they wouldn’t believe her. Her texts were always twisted and translated in the right way, and read as a confirmation of 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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CONVICTING AMANDA AND RAFFAELE WITH NO PROOF? FOR THE PROSECUTOR: YES YOU CAN!

Low Law Copy Number It’s a very simple case for prosecutor Horsehair. Can you convict someone with no proof? Sure! You just have to sum up all circumstantial evidence. But is there circumstantial evidence? Sure, plenty of it! Horsehair has indeed a time machine and brings us back to when people were still asking if Curatolo may be true, if …

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DNA and the law in Italy: the experience of “the Perugia case”

By Carla Vecchiotti and Silvia Zoppis This article was originally published on frontiersin.org. Laboratory of Forensic Genetics, Section of Legal Medicine, Department of Anatomy, Histology, Forensic Medicine and Orthopaedics, University of Rome “Sapienza”, Rome, Italy  Today DNA analyses represent a method of exceptional importance for the resolution of judicial cases. On the one hand, they allow courts to secure criminal convictions, while on …

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