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Amanda Knox Case – The Third Indication Knox Was Intentionally Framed By Italian Police: Selectivity of Evidence Suppression

A third indication that Giuliano MIgnini and the Italian police intentionally framed Amanda Knox and Raffaele Solelcito in the murder of Meredith Kercher can be seen in the manner of evidence collection and avoidance. Simply by looking at the Prosecutor Mignini’s selectivity in regard to the evidence of the crime – what to examine or not examine, what to suppress, …

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Amanda Knox, Raffaele Sollecito and The European Court of Last Resort

Italy’s bizarre persecution of Amanda Knox, an American citizen, and Raffaele Sollecito, an Italian citizen, ignores the presumption of innocence required by at least two international human rights treaties. The International Covenant for Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR), a treaty monitored by the United Nations, specifically requires that a presumption of innocence be afforded all defendants in a criminal trial …

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New Blogger Provides Fresh Perspective On The Amanda Knox Case

A new blogger going by the name of Lenroot Mays is already making an impact on those following the Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito case with his new blog titled: “Amanda Knox: Auguries of Innocence.” The blog offers a new perspective on a case that has been discussed in great detail for nearly 7 years, and that is no easy …

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       Section 1. STRATEGY Section 2. DUALITY Section 3. EXECUTION  __________________________________________________________________ Section 1. STRATEGY: The science or art of developing and implementing a plan of war. Did a single distorted perception of Amanda Knox by a detective who was out of his depth, trigger a war by Italy against one innocent young American girl (and her alibi, Raffaele Sollecito)?     Edgardo Giobbi, working under Giuliano Mignini as head …

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Amanda Knox Case – A Rebuttal To Ted Thomson’s Two ‘Guilter’ Articles on Ground Report – The Evidence Against Amanda Knox is Not Strong, It’s Non-Existent

The evidence is not strong against Amanda Knox in the Meredith Kercher murder case, but that won’t stop the many people devoted to finding guilt where none exists from commenting, speaking, thinking, and writing about it. In Ted Thomson’s second article on Ground Report, published today, he pursues the line of reasoning that Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito have some …

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Amanda Knox & Raffaele Sollecito Case Discussed At DNA Conference In Chicago

The John Marshall Law School in Chicago hosted the Forensic DNA for Trial Attorneys conference on May 29, 2014 and Injustice Anywhere’s executive director, Bruce Fischer, was in the audience to hear Greg Hampikian and Tom Zupancic speak.  Both scientists, who advocate for Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito, presented flaws in the 2007 Meredith Kercher death investigation by officials in …

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