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AMANDA KNOX AND HER LAWYERS DEMOLISH THE ACCUSATIONS, PART 2

On the Side of Sweetness Carlo Dalla Vedova was simply impressive, trying first of all to clean up the trial from all useless arguments brought by the prosecutors, as we are hearing them these days and we have always heard before (“They brought even a cartoon!” he reminded); or urging the court “to stay on what is technical and essential, …

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Meredith Kercher Family Attorney Makes False Accusations Against Amanda Knox

Francesco Maresca, a civil attorney representing the family of murder victim Meredith Kercher, boldly claimed in court this week that Amanda Knox has been collecting donations in the name of Meredith Kercher and her family. Maresca stated: “She has a personal website where she invites people to collect donations in the memory of the victim, Meredith Kercher, which is an …

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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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AMANDA KNOX & RAFFAELE SOLLECITO TRIAL: THE PROSECUTION CLOSES WITH NO PLAUSIBLE MOTIVE

Darlie Routier

  Amanda’s Defense To Take the Stand Tomorrow in Florence Florence, December 16, 2013 Damn it, it looks like quite an investment, the one made by the Kercher family. They have a third seasoned attorney now, who today baldly exulted at the perfection of Knox and Sollecito’s previous convictions, and urged the jury to ice the cake by allowing a …

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The Tragedy of Meredith Kercher

“We make our fervent pleas for the high road of justice, and then we tread unflinchingly the low road of injustice.  This strange dichotomy, this agonising gulf between the ought and the is, represents that tragic theme of man’s earthly pilgrimage.” – Martin Luther King Jr. The worst fate that can befall anyone is to be violently and senselessly murdered.  …

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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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