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A night at the Red Zone

On October 20, 2007, England played Australia in the rugby world cup final in Paris. Meredith was watching the match with her British friends in a pub. 541 more words

Amanda Knox

A visit to Perugia, Pt. 2

Perugia was the final stop on a trip I took to several sites in central Italy. The last time I was in the country was several years prior, long enough ago that I haven’t had to understand spoken Italian and had some difficulty understanding what people were saying. 617 more words

Amanda Knox

Meredith Kercher case on Instagram #amandaknox

This year marks the 10th anniversary of Meredith Kercher’s murder.  To honor her a new Instagram hashtag #MK10art has been created.  It contains new artwork, updated daily. 53 more words

Murder

Book Review: Despicable #amandaknox

Book review: Despicable

If you are interested in the murder of Meredith Kercher case aka Amanda Knox case  then Nick van der Leek’s books are a must read.    241 more words

Murder

A visit to Perugia, pt. 1

A year ago, I traveled to Perugia, Italy. I’ve been to Italy on many past occasions. When I was in college I decided to go on my own to a town in Italy and take language lessons-like Amanda, except for me it was Florence. 934 more words

Amanda Knox

"No, no, no!" Italian courts tell Amanda Knox ex

reason for the denial

It is being reported on June 28, 2017 that Amanda Knox’s ex- partner-in-crime, Raffaele Sollecito has been denied compensation for wrongful imprisonment – again.  195 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

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