Italians are one of the most corrupt nations in the world
I know so little about the case, I really couldn't say. But just looking at her, and hearing her speak, I don't think she did. And the whole double jeopardy thing. Wow Italian courts. wow.
No I don't, the investigation was twisted against a foreign woman in their country.
I don't. I think their court and police are full of ****...
What I think is that…..in the United States (where I'm from) people must be convicted of crimes by the evidence showing proof "beyond a reasonable doubt", because the justice system has determined that it is better to let off someone who may have committed a crime than to convict someone who may not have committed a crime. The Italian prosecution in this case did not meet that burden of proof…..and in the U.S. she likely would have been found NOT GUILTY.
She was also previously found NOT GUILTY of this crime and released, and in the U.S. would not be subjected to the "double jeopardy" of being tried again after having been acquitted.
The case against her is plausible, but had not been sufficiently proven, which is why she was acquitted on appeal after having been convicted the first time. Over 6 years after the crime took place, I still haven't heard any irrefutable evidence proving Amanda Knox's guilt…..which makes me think it's just as plausible that she did not commit the crime.
the whole of europe is incredibley anti american so any rulings by their courts has to be taken with a grain of salt
however there is some evidence to suggest ms knox was involved in the murder but its not clear and convincing and she wouldnt be convicted in our courts
only Amanda knows that..i don't know.
I only followed some of the case, from what I did follow, she seemed pretty guilty
I honestly don't know. But once she was acquitted on appeal, that should've been the end of it. I realise they don't have "double jeopardy" laws there, but it seem ridiculously corrupt to keep trying someone until you get the verdict you want.
Is that the chick who loved it rough, then used the abuse as an excuse?
You may be thinking of Jody Arias.
Yep thats the one klara :)
Not from what I've read/see about it, going back the the chapter in "Monster of Florence"
I been watching this case...there is a reason she was convicted...
enough to be convicted by their higher court
i havent been presented with all the evidence
I hate to say it, but it seemed that it didn't surprise her circle of friends, so probably, yes.
I pretty much know next to nothing about the case.