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The Simple Pleasure Of Ruining Amanda Knox’s Life In The Daily Mail

by | 14th, October 2011

AMANDA Knox: “Sweet taste of freedom for Foxy,” declares the Daily Mail on its cover. The paper that called her an actress continues to shine a bright light on an innocent woman. The photo is captioned:

“A simple pleasures: Amanda Knox out buying some chocolate and toothpaste near her US home.”

Ah, the simple pleasure of being photographed as you pop to the shops.

The Telegraph’s Andrew Hough also spots those simple pleasures:

Before she makes up her mind [on who to sell her story to], Miss Knox wants to spend time at home with her family, savouring such simple pleasures as sleeping in her own bed.

Back in the Daily Mail , Tom Leonard writes:

And despite her notoriety, witnesses said she was not recognised during her rare sorties out of her bolt-hole. She was able to walk to her local shop joking with a friend on Saturday.

Witnesses? Her notoriety? The state of being known for some unfavourable act or quality… But she did nothing wrong. She is innocent.

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