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American college student Amanda Knox, now serving a 26-year prison term for murdering her roommate in Italy, could face life imprisonment if prosecutors succeed in their appeal of her sentence.
Anticipating an appeal from Knox's lawyers of the December verdict, Italian prosecutors Giuliano Mignini and Manuela Comodi have filed one of their own, saying that the judges did not correctly consider an important "aggravating circumstance" in the sensational murder trial involving Knox and her former Italian boyfriend, Raffaele Sollecito.
A Knox family member told ABC the family was disappointed in the prosecutors' decision to file an appeal for more prison time, calling it "harassment."
Anne Bremner, a spokeswoman for Friends of Amanda Knox and a close friend of the Knox family, said Knox is holding up as well as can be expected while in prison.
The prosecutors will surely burn in hell for eternity for the lies and framing of this young innocent woman. I look forward to the day when they are delivered to the gates of hell and the world will be a better place when they are no more. I will boycott Italy until they are either dead or locked up themselves and then I'll take the trip just to piss on their grave.