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We recently spoke with Journalist Frank Sfarzo in Italy about the upcoming Italian Supreme Court ruling that is expected this month on the Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito case. He was kind to offer his observations. Written by Frank Sfarzo When a judicial case drags on for too long, and in Italy it’s quite possible, it becomes only paper, only …

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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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Face of an Angel directed by Michael Winterbottom – film review

A parable for our times or a director out of his depth? On Friday night I was accompanied by son number one on a trip to visit son number two in college.  We took several bags of goodies and some birthday presents.  Then the three of us went for a pub meal. On returning to the college to deliver son …

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Summary Of Amanda Knox Appeal To Italian Supreme Court Against Conviction In Florence

On January 30, 2014, the appeals court in Florence, Italy, reinstated the guilty verdicts for Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito for the murder of Meredith Kercher in 2007. Knox filed an appeal in April with the Italian Supreme court against the Florence ruling. Here is an English language summary of her appeal. Part One Issues of constitutional illegitimacy  An issue of …

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Advocates Look To Correct Misleading Information Presented By Anti-Amanda Knox Wikipedia Style Website

  Injustice Anywhere, an all volunteer organization working to correct wrongful convictions, has launched a new website titled: Murder of Meredith Kercher. The website aims to set the record straight about a deceptive Wikipedia style website that discusses the Meredith Kercher murder case. The site in question was designed by an anonymous anti-Amanda Knox blogger using the alias “Edward McCall”. The misleading pro-guilt website can be …

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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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