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In 2011, the case had been going on for four years. In a film you are looking for a central figure on a journey. Here is
A woman was murdered. But we chose to talk about Knox's sex life instead.
Ashley Olsen, 35, was found in her Florence apartment with her neck bruised and scratched, police said.
The case against Knox was flawed and influenced by the media furore around the murder trial, the court said.
With her feet planted firmly on the ground again, instead of making the headlines, she's writing them. West Seattle native Knox has taken up the task of freelancing for the West Seattle Herald.
People ask me why I care about this case. It is because I am a human and a feminist. Why are we, as a society, so quick to sexualize and blame victims on the very basis of gender? Why must we live by some imaginary angel/whore binary?
Police tracked him to a hotel in Venzone, a town in northeast Italy near the Austrian and Slovenian borders, just hours after
"Having been found innocent before, I expected better from the Italian justice system," Knox said in a statement provided
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Last week a fresh forensic report ordered by the court was leaked and it revealed that although Knox’s DNA was on a knife
"The results of the report categorically exclude that the knife was the murder weapon," Sollecito's lawyer, Giulia Bongiorno
"The judge [had] appointed independent experts to review the forensic evidence. They concluded that the evidence was compromised
Sollecito has defended himself against claims that he and Knox had made money out of the tragedy. He has said he wants Italian
Amanda Knox has refused to rule out returning to Italy for her murder retrial in the grisly 2007 slaying of her British house
Amanda Knox is facing yet another murder trial in Italy for a crime of which she was found innocent. The revival of the baseless charges against Knox, and the tabloid frenzy it will no doubt stoke, proceeds from a five-year-long judicial circus in Italy.
In England, the coverage highlighted the reaction of Meredith Kercher's family. The Telegraph quotes Kercher's mother saying