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Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Amanda Knox declared innocent, finally. September 2015

Amanda Knox decision explained by Italian court

It's been eight years since the body of 21-year-old British student Meredith Kercher was found half-dressed on the tile floor of her student apartment in Perugia, Italy, raped and murdered.

During that time, Kercher's American roommate Amanda Knox and Knox's boyfriend at the time, Italian citizen Raffaele Sollecito, were twice convicted and twice acquitted of her murder.

Citing "glaring errors," "investigative amnesia," and "guilty omissions," the five-judge panel said that the prosecutors who won the original murder conviction failed to prove a "whole truth" to back up the scenario that Knox, Sollecito and Ivory Coast native Rudy Guede killed Kercher. 

The perpetrator of these errors and omissions would be Giuliano Mignini, the weirdo and oddly driven prosecutor who has illusions and delusions of devil cults, sexual perversion and conspiracies. An Italian official. Rudy Guede is 8 years through his 16 year sentence sentence for Merediths death, by the way.  Knox and Sollecito are free.

Giuliano Mignini had previously prosecuted the "Monster of Florence" serial killer case and became convinced it was a masonic conspiracy. His case came to nothing. Mignini was later convicted of illegally tapping the phones of various police and reporters connected to the Florence case and was given a 16-month suspended sentence.

Somehow, he was allowed to be in charge of the Kercher murder, and he screwed that up too.

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