Amanda Knox, the US international student imprisoned for a long time

Amanda Knox, the US international student imprisoned for a long time 


Amanda Knox, the US international student imprisoned for a long time then cleared for the 2007 homicide of her flat mate in the Italian town of Perugia, came back to Italy on Thursday to address a gathering on illegitimate feelings. 


The Seattle local was 20 years of age at the season of the homicide of Briton Meredeth Kercher, whose half-bare body was found on November 2, 2007, in a room of the loft she and Knox partook in Perugia. 


The 21-year-old had been wounded multiple times and had her throat cut. Police likewise discovered indications of rape. 

Condemned to 26 years in prison, Knox served four years before an underlying vindication on offer in 2011. That was upset, however Italy's most astounding court wound up authoritatively absolving her in 2015. 

Knox, presently 31, flew in toward the northern city of Milan before going to Modena, where she was seen at a mixed drink party, glass close by and grinning, on the eve of a Criminal Justice Festival. 

She will be a visitor speaker on a board titled "Preliminary by Media" on Saturday at the welcome of the Italy Innocence Project. 

Knox wrote in an article for Medium.com pubished Wednesday that she was "cleaning up the discourse I?m going to provide for a possibly threatening group of spectators in Italy". 

Investigators portrayed the homicide as a medication fuelled sex game gone astray including Knox, her Italian sweetheart Raffaele Sollecito and an Ivorian wanderer, Rudy Guede. 

Sollecito was cleared alongside Knox, however Guede was sentenced and stays in prison in Italy. 

Protection legal counselors contended that their customers couldn't get a reasonable preliminary due to the media craze over the homicide. 

Since her discharge, Knox has composed a book about her experience - "Hanging tight To Be Heard: A Memoir" - has been the subject of a Netflix narrative, and has turned into an open backer for detainees who have been illegitimately detained.

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