Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito were once indicted of British student Meredith Kercher’s murder. But though Amanda was absolved of the murder awhile back (after serving time in prison) she still remains a prime suspect.
The two were convicted of the coldblooded murder of a British student. But they were let off the hook after four years in an Italian prison. Amanda Knox fled Italy and is currently claiming that she is absolutely innocent. Yet some of the facts don’t corroborate with this supposed reality.
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Her partner, Raffaele Sollecito spoke recently that she left some pretty important questions he asked her unanswered. When the murder of Meredith took place, the British student was Amanda’s room mate. After Amanda came to Raffaele’s place all shook up, he asked her what had happened.
She spoke of how she had showered and that her apartment door was broken. Then she claimed that there were drops of blood all over the place. Her behavior was very nervous and high strung. Raffaele says that he felt she was faking it.
Raffaele claims to this day that he is not satisfied with her answers. As to the questions he asked her, they had no clear cut alibis given in return. There is no conclusive evidence regarding anything and the whole process has been put in jeopardy by Knox’s wavering attitude.
Raffaele seems to be separating himself from his accomplice. The two were sentenced to four years in prison in Italy and were released from custody three years ago. But now a retrial has been ordered and they have been found doubly guilty.
Meanwhile, Knox has travelled to the United States and has refused to return to Italy to spend her life behind bars. She reiterates that she is 100% innocent. What the reality is behind the murder is anybody’s lucky guess.
Known by now as Foxy Knoxy, Amanda is having a difficult time convincing the world that she is not responsible for the tragic mishap. She has not even blamed Raffaele for anything.
Unlike him, she does not believe in getting back at the other accomplice for refusing a marriage proposal. For now at least Amanda Knox’s fate hangs in the balance.