Said another, "I think in today's courts the judge and jury have to be at the scene while the crime is being committed to get the right verdict. Flawed DNA theory worked for O.J. and it worked for Knox."
Flawed DNA had nothing to do with the OJ verdict. However, the two cases are similar in one respect. A faulty and mishandled trial by the prosecution led to the OJ acquittal; a faulty and mishandled trial (#1) by the prosecution led to the Knox conviction.
*"Faulty and mishandled" is perhaps being too kind to Mignini & Co, when misconduct may better fit; but both prosecutions displayed an arrogance that resulted in justice not being served.