An Italian court has overturned Amanda Knox’s not guilty verdict, presenting the former murder suspect with the unlikely, but unsettling, prospect of going back to prison. While incarcerated for four years in Italy, Knox kept a diary, seen here.
Just when it seemed like Amanda Knox’s ordeal was over and she was safely back in Seattle, an Italian court has overturned her not guilty verdict. Could the American student accused of murdering her British housemate be sent back to Italy to face trial, and possible conviction, once again?
In 2007, Meredith Kercher, a 21-year-old British university student, was murdered in a Perugia, Italy, home she shared with other students. The case became an international sensation as Seattle native Amanda Knox was convicted, then cleared, of murder charges in Kercher’s death.
The sensational case of the murder of English student Meredith Kercher in Perugia, Italy, and her accused roommate Amanda Knox’s fight for justice.