Anorak News | Meredith Kercher Murder: Amanda Knox Says It’s Not ‘Fair’

Meredith Kercher Murder: Amanda Knox Says It’s Not ‘Fair’

by | 14th, December 2009

MEREDITH Kercher’s murderers are behind bars. But the case goes on. Raffaele Sollecito and Amanda Knox says they are innocent. US senator Maria Cantwell says Knox is innocent. Picures of her as a chuld and young gilsl are released (publisher hereunder). How can she be guilty? Look. Look. Look.

Knox is speaking to the press from her jail cell at the Capanne prison on the outskirts of Perugia. She shares a cell with a 53-year-old American woman from New Orleans. The cell features a shower, toilet and bidet.

Knox wears her own clothes. Knox is not a bad looking convicted killer, so here’s a look at her outfit: Knox wore a gray-and-white-flecked turtleneck sweater, black legging pants, white socks and black slippers. Her hair was pulled back in a ponytail.

Says she:

“I am scared because I don’t know what is going on…

“I don’t understand many things, but I have to accept them, things that for me don’t always seem very fair.”

It’s a measured approach from woman who says he is innocent.

“I am waiting and always hoping…I was feeling horrendous.”

And the beastly Italians?

“The guards helped me out. They held me all night.”

She goes on to talk of her family:

“I believe in my family. They are telling me to stay calm. My family is the most important thing for me. I also miss going to classes. I miss stimulating conversations.”

Can she still to talk to college professors – it would be a pity if her studies were to suffer?

“We are trying to work out how I can talk to them.”

Amanda Knox is guilty of murder. But she is American and blonde in Italy – so the media looks…

Spotter: Cheryl


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Amanda Knox, right, listens to her lawyer Maria Del Grosso, at the Perugia court, Italy, Saturday, May 21, 2011. A tearful Amanda Knox said Saturday that being in prison is "very frustrating and mentally exhausting" as the American student convicted of murdering her roommate insisted she is innocent and does not want to spend the rest of her life behind bars. Knox was emotional as she briefly addressed the appeals court in Perugia at the end of the session, her voice breaking at times and her eyes tearing up. She was convicted in 2009 of sexually assaulting and murdering Meredith Kercher of Britain, and sentenced to 26 years in prison. (AP Photo/Stefano Medici)

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