Amanda Knox: NOT GUILTY


Just seconds ago, American exchange student Amanda Knox was found “NOT GUILTY” of the murder of her Perugia, Italy roommate Meredith Kercher.

amanda-knoxHowever, Knox was found “GUILTY of defamation for accusing an innocent man, and sentenced to 3 years in prison and a nominal fine. But citing time served, she is to be released from prison immediately, and allowed to leave Italy.

Knox, convicted in 2007 of the murder of her British roommate, Meredith Kercher, has served 4 years of a 26 year sentence in an Italian prison in Perugia, Italy. However, DNA evidence in her case was ruled by the judge in her appeal as “unreliable.”

Speaking in Italian to the court at the end of her trial, Amanda said: “I want to go home. I want to go back to my life. I don’t want my future taken away from me for something I didn’t do because I am innocent…”

Now, finally, she is able to live those spoken wishes.


 World News Wednesday 

4 thoughts on “Amanda Knox: NOT GUILTY

  1. I’ve been keeping up with this case for a long time. It was totally insane. I think there was a lot of Anti-American sentiment that contributed to her being convicted but I’m glad she finally got out.

    • I think most of it had to do with her legally corrupt prosecutor Giuliano Mignini. He has a documented history of conspiracy theory-based prosecutions, and he actually tried Amanda’s case while on trial himself for corruption in his most notorious conspiracy theory-based case. God bless Amanda and her family for all they’ve suffered at his hands. There, but for the grace of God, go any of us who travel internationally, happen upon the wrong place at the wrong time, and fall into the fanatical clutches of a mentally disturbed prosecutor out to prove his worth.

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