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Amanda Knox Case – The Fourth Indication Knox Was Intentionally Framed By Italian Police: Giuliano Mignini – Ersatz Napoleon Chasing The Devil

The fourth indication Knox was framed by Italian police for the murder of Meredith Kercher, is Giuuliano Mignini himself. As Public Minister in Perugia, Giuliano Mignini was both the lead investigator and prosecutor in the case against Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito, and the real question behind the bizarre claims Mignini hurled at the defendants and Knox in particular, is …

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There is nothing worse in the world than to outlive your child and that is exacerbated when your baby is brutally murdered in a senseless and heartless manner.  Meredith Kercher deserved so much better.  Her parents deserve the truth; they have never, ever deserved deceitful lies.  Meredith never deserved to be “an agenda” for some self-serving public official. Yet that …

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The Committee To Free Jamie Snow Hosts 4th Annual Postcards In The Park Event

The Committee to Free Jamie Snow is hosting their fourth annual Postcards in the Park in Bloomington, Illinois, on August 3, 2014. The annual event is designed to bring more attention to the wrongful conviction of Jamie Snow. Jamie Snow was wrongfully convicted in 2001 for the 1991 murder of William Little, a gas station attendant in Bloomington, Illinois. Jamie …

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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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