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posted by April 12 at 12:32 PMon
The next chapter in the endless Amanda Knox case happens tonight on the TV show 48 Hours Mystery.
The program hired two private investigators to get to the bottom of things. And what did they find at the bottom? One investigator, Paolo Sfriso, found things are looking not so good for Amanda. There’s “damning evidence” everywhere. The other investigator, Paul Ciolino, found no piece evidence that adequately links Amanda to the moment of the crime. He thinks she has been railroaded by Italy’s legal machine. I would have seriously considered Ciolino’s conclusions if he had not made this statement:
Speaking on the program, Ciolino said he’s convinced that young women such as Knox — a Seattle Prep grad who made the UW honor roll — don’t commit murder.
“Jesuit-educated high school girls who are high honors students … don’t participate in orgies and homicides,” Ciolino said. “They don’t do it. And if you can tell me of one that does, I’d sure like to see her.”
I think Ciolino fell in love with Amanda. She put a spell on his heart.
Meredith’s death was not caused by a loss of blood but by a lack of air, suffocation. But the report does not say if the suffocation was caused by someone’s hands or her own blood.
Meredith was ‘cut with two knives - but death caused by suffocation’, post-mortem reveals.
British girl Meredith Kercher, murdered while studying in Italy, suffered wounds from two knives, according to a new post-mortem.
It also suggests that even though the 21-year-old had her throat slit, the cause of death was suffocation, according to leaked reports.
Police have said that Meredith, from Croydon, Surrey, whose body was found in her student house in Perugia in November, may have been killed after a sex game went wrong.
The latest post-mortem was ordered by Judge Claudia Matteini.
Its findings are to be made public next Saturday.
But, according to leaks, the report will say her neck wounds were from two different blades.
The Leeds University exchange student’s American flatmate Amanda Knox, 20, Knox’s boyfriend, Raffaele Sollecito, 24, and Rudy Hermann Guede, 20, are being held in custody.
EDITOR'S NOTE: On October 3, 2011, Amanda Knox was acquitted of the murder of Meredith Kercher and released from prison.