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Amanda Knox Is Baffled By Trump's Rumored Disappointment With Her: 'Do I Owe Him My Loyalty?'

In an op-ed published in the LA Times, Amanda Knox expressed confusion as to why she’s received so much backlash for not supporting Donald Trump during his bid for the White House this past fall. 376 more words

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New York Magazine’s This Is What a ModernDay Witch Hunt Looks Like is a great breakdown of the latest controversy over an academic article about Transracialism, without going into whether or not the NYMag author agrees with the content of Tuvel’s article. 163 more words

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Trump Looks for Love in All the Wrong Places

If President Trump is disappointed by the outcome of his dalliance with Amanda Knox, wait until he gets a load of what passes for reciprocity from Rep. 311 more words

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Amanda Knox caught plagiarizing prisoner

Amanda Knox released a self-named documentary in September 2016.  Her slogan was repeated everywhere, “Either I’m a psychopath or I am you.”  It has now been revealed that she plagiarized this catch phrase from a 2007 Netflix show titled, “Lock Up: Maximum Security.” 270 more words

Murder

Amanda Knox: a psychopath in sheep's clothing or an innocent person caught up in a nightmare

When Netflix launched the Amanda Knox documentary on the 30th September 2016, I didn’t know too much about the tragic death of Meredith Kercher, the arrest of Amanda Knox, the media attention, the trial and the eventual acquittal but based on the small amounts of information I knew, I thought that Knox was caught up in something awful that didn’t involve her, and instead involved Rudy Guede  – however, after watching the documentary I’m not too sure. 1,189 more words

True Crime

New Amanda Knox Biopic is Out

Reelz has produced a new Amanda Knox biopic, as part of their show “Scandals Made Me Famous.” It aired for the first time over the weekend, but I just saw the ad. 84 more words

Criminal Law

Discover “The Monster of Florence” by Douglas Preston and Mario Spezi

London had Jack the Ripper, Boston had the Boston Strangler and Florence had the Monster of Florence. Less well known in the United States than the other two, the Monster of Florence terrorized the city of Florence preying on young lovers in parked cars from 1974 to 1985. 422 more words

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