Italy’s highest court has overturned the murder conviction against Amanda Knox and her ex-boyfriend, bringing to a definitive end the high-profile case.
Despite the murder case hanging over her head, Amanda Knox has tried to lead a normal life in the more than three years since she was freed from an Italian prison.
Lawyers for Amanda Knox’s ex-boyfriend made a final appeal to Italy’s top criminal court Friday, urging it to overturn the pair’s murder conviction for the 2007 slaying of Knox’s roommate, saying there were errors of “colossal proportions” in the guilty verdicts.
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Italy’s high court took up the appeal of Amanda Knox’s murder conviction Wednesday.
Amanda Knox will reportedly marry Colin Sutherland, a musician who recently moved to Seattle from New York. A person close to the Knox family confirmed Knox’s engagement for The Associated Press.
Amanda Knox is currently working as a freelance writer for the West Seattle Herald as she appeals an Italian appeals court upholding her 2009 guilty verdict in the murder of Meredith Kercher.
Amanda Knox’s former Italian boyfriend said Tuesday the American student provided alibis for him that he will use to try to persuade Italy’s court of last resort to dismiss his conviction for the murder of her British roommate.
Knox says Italian court’s reason for reinstating murder conviction are not supported by evidence or logic.
The Florence appeals court said in a lengthy reasoning made public Tuesday that Knox herself delivered the fatal blow, and that the overwhelming physical evidence precluded any need to determine a clear motive
Seattle native and media sensation Amanda Knox has reportedly been offered $20,000 to star in a porn film