And which lies are you referring to on the prosecution's side??
You wouldn't want to be tried in Italy because of the Vatican and the mafia??? Okaaaay then.
How do "photos of the crime scene" indicate whether or not bleach was used to clean up the apartment?? Maybe you should go from the evidence presented at the trial, which includes:
The prosecution discovered Amanda and her boyfriend had purchased a bottle of bleach early the next morning after the murder (Amanda told police said she and her boyfriend were asleep until 10am - clearly a lie). Then they went back to buy another bottle of bleach.
The police testified that there was a strong smell of bleach in the apartment when they arrived. The cleaning lady testified under oath that she never used bleach to clean the apartment and that bleach was not kept at the house to her knowledge. So, if they are innocent, why would they rush out to buy bleach early the next morning (before Meredith's body was found by police) and lie about it??
Also, Meredith's body was found by police after Meredith's mobile phone was found outside. When police got to the apartment, Amanda and her boyfriend were inside the apartment (with Meredith's body inside her bedroom at that time).
When asked to explain her whereabouts on the night of the murder, Amanda came up with a ridiculous story. She said she had arrived home and noticed that the front door was wide open. She also noticed blood on the walls. Incredibly, Amanda thought nothing of it, and told police she had showered there and went to bed. She then went back to her boyfriend's house the next morning and woke up at 10am. More lies as evidenced by the receipts for the bleach.
Amanda's account of that night totally conflicted with her boyfriend's account. After being confronted with evidence that she had lied, Amanda admitted that she was at home when Meredith was murdered and covered up her ears to block out Meredith's screams. She then blamed police for making her say this.
Amanda Knox is as guilty as hell and deserves every minute of her jail sentence. She was not the victim here - Meredith Kercher was.
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You're right, what the hell does Italy have in terms of legal tradition?
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That piece of evidence convinced me she was guilty.The prosecution discovered Amanda and her boyfriend had purchased a bottle of bleach early the next morning after the murder (Amanda told police said she and her boyfriend were asleep until 10am - clearly a lie). Then they went back to buy another bottle of bleach.
Maybe she doesn't remember doing it. I've heard stories like this before and now I'm wondering if it was the same story.
If she was on drugs it might explain her behavior over the next days but to me the bleach is a major red flag. I use bleach and you don't just go out and get bleach for the heck of it, it's used to get rid of germs and to clean up.
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Amanda did nothing at all to help Meredith afterwards. The next day at the police station, the other room mates were shocked at Amanda's lack of remorse over their room mates' murder. (Amanda did cartwheels at the police station). Within 24 hours of the murder, she was laughing and acting inappropriately while at a lingerie store. These are the actions of a cold blooded sociopath who was uncaring over the brutal rape and murder of her room mate.
As a society we seem to have lost sight of the fact that the primary function of sex is reproduction. It's not a game-it carries serious responsibilities.
Amanda did cartwheels at the police station
I never heard that one. Who does that? Her behavior was so odd.
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