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What gets reported to the public (however sensational) is only a small part of the case ...
My guess is that she
She may or may not have
She shouldn't have
I wonder if
If I were that age
I might have cracked and blamed someone else too
I'd hope not
I can't say
From the summary prepared by unpaid volunteers from Perugia Murder File to promote a better understanding of the circumstances surrounding the death of Meredith Kercher and the case against Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito in the English-speaking world.
Myths debunked Jump to: navigation, search Numerous myths exist about this case, some of them deliberately created by those who wish to present a particular point of view that is not supported by the evidence. Many of them have found their way into the mainstream media: at least four of those listed here are so prevalent that they have even found their way into the Wikipedia article on Meredith's murder
reply to post by eletheia
Actually it's not, it's a panel, NOT AN IMPARTIAL JURY. It is comprised of 2 judges and six RANDOMLY selected citizens. No weeding out of anyone that may or may not be impartial or biased, no questions asked, just selected, and then , on top of that , they are not even sequestered during the duration of the trial. So not only are they brought into a case with possible preconceived ideas, but then they are subject to influence by friends, family, and the media on the case itself. That is not a jury.
Top asll of that off with the fact that the Italian justice system is some sick bastardization of both the adversarial and the inquisitorial methods of courtroom procedure, it is fairly easy to dismiss The Italian justice system as lacking.
There's a lot of opinion.
it's apparent you're calling shots from the sidelines without knowing what the jurors know.
I'd need you to show me proof if you think they reached that verdict simply out of spite.
The fact of the matter remains: She' been convicted by an Italian jury.
WHAT EVIDENCE PROVES HER GUILTY?