FLORENCE, Italy (AP) — The prosecutor arguing U.S. student Amanda Knox's guilt in the 2007 murder of her British roommate says a DNA sample on the blade of the presumed murder weapon was clean and corresponds to the victim.
Italy's top appeal court Tuesday overturned the acquittal of American Amanda Knox for the murder British student Meredith Kercher. Kercher died at 21 years old in an apartment she shared with Knox in Italy in 2007.
Amanda Knox, who recently saw her murder conviction in Italy overturned and was freed after four years in prison, returned home to Seattle on Tuesday night. At a news conference held at Sea-Tac Airport after her arrival, she tearfully expressed gratitude to her supporters, saying, “My family’s the mo…
Amanda Knox, the American woman convicted of murder by an Italian court in 2009, has been freed after an appeals court overturned the decision on Monday. Her co-defendant and former boyfriend, Raffaele Sollecito, was cleared as well.