posted on Oct, 5 2011 @ 11:58 AM
This bit was also interesting. Now, some people consider the Prosecutor mad for accusing the three of a Satantic Sex Party, but when faced with this
forensic evidence the prosecution's assessment is not as far fetched as it may first appear. They were clearly drawing from the few facts that they
Giornale dell’Umbria. 27 November 2008. Journalist; F.Bene.
What usually catches presumed murderers are the traces they leave at the scene of the crime. Against those accused of the murder in via della Pergola
is the almost total lack of prints. For the prosecution, it’s inexplicable that there was only one fingerprint of Amanda Knox in the house where
Meredith Kercher was killed a year ago, since the young woman lived there. Therefore, somebody cleaned the house thouroughly just before the police
arrived. Whoever did it could only be someone who could move freely around the house without raising suspicion.
To tell the truth, some traces of Amanda Knox were found; bare footprints in the corridor and in the bathroom next to the victim’s bedroom and that
of the presumed murderer. Signs of ‘rubbing/dragging’ were also found in the same places, as if somebody had mopped the floor. Here are parts of
the summary of the forensic police’s report.
”In the corridor, the part which leads from the victim’s room to the small bathroom, no traces of blood were found. This, when connected to the
partial right bare footprint, made in blood on the blue bathmat found in the bathroom, indicates that somebody cleaned the floor.’
‘This was confirmed during the inspection of the house which was carried out on December 18. Luminol highlighted bare footprints, presumably made in
blood, in the corridor between Meredith and Amanda’s room.’
The young American also has an explanation for these strange findings. She said this to the investigators during an interrogation in prison. you want
to know about that morning? …When I woke up, I got up and Raffaele was still in bed. I got dressed and went to my house…I went into the house and
closed the door… I went to my room, got undressed, went into the bathroom and had a shower….and I used the bathmat, on which there was blood,
because I’d left the towels in the bedroom. I saw the blood on the bathmat and I dragged it into the bedroom to get the towels, then, I took it back
to the bathroom and put my earrings in.. I saw the blood on the bathmat and in the washbasin but I didn’t think something terrible had happened.’