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Thread: Amanda Knox gets 26 Years

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    Quote Originally Posted by MidtownGuy View Post
    A wall will never move. At the end of the day it's just a stupid wall.

    Now... if one of your walls has a big hole in it, at least admit there's a hole.

    If a neighbor comes over and notices the hole, why stare at it with him… making every excuse for the hole while switching the conversation to HIS rusty mailbox? getting all defensive like that would be unnecessary. I would just want to fix it, right?
    What happens if a wall has a small hole.... waitaminute.....

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    I also find it rather funny that Mignininninni can sue a writer over a (possibly) true book detailing the affairs of him and the Italian court system, but yet somehow AK can't "sue Mignininnini for "defamation of character" in regards to the unjust incarceration and other injustices weighed apon her.

    Regardless of whether or not she EVENTUALLY makes money off of this through book and movie sales, the purpose of the punishment is not to reward the beaten for being hit, but PUNISH THE AGGRESSOR FOR DOING THE HITTING!

    If it can be found that not only was the case poorly investigated, unfairly tried, and that the suspects were harassed and abused, the "law" should be the one that is punished and put on trial.

    in that order.

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    Here comes the promotion for Amanda's book:
    In Book, Knox Takes Case to Court of Public Opinion

    http://www.nytimes.com/2013/04/19/bo...-approval.html

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    Amanda Knox Reveals in Book She Considered Suicide in Prison

    http://abcnews.go.com/US/amanda-knox...5#.UXBjiLWG3fK

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    Attempted escape from prison via suicide.

    More charges?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZippyTheChimp View Post
    Attempted escape from prison via suicide.

    More charges?
    Right. I suppose they can file charges against her for that too. Even considering it is probably a crime there somewhere.

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    If they can figure out a way to turn that into a libel charge, I am sure they will.

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    Isn't it funny that in all of this time the only person that has pressed defamation charges and actually won has been Amanda Knox.

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    She is also the only one with a legitimate case.

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    There are other cases.

    Mostly nut, though.

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    No cartwheels!?! You mean the Italians just made that up?!?

    In New Memoir, Public Testimony on Italian Murder Case

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    Amanda Knox was convicted for what? For calunnia (i.e. lying).

    She was found guilty of this in the first trial and in the second trial. After the second trial, her appeal request for the charge was refused. In other words: the friggin' Supreme Court has definitively declared her guilty of calunnia. In other words: lying.

    Furthermore, not only did the police and investigators mention her glee-like behavior after the murder so did all of the kids waiting to be questioned: Knox swore, laughed, kissed, cuddled, joked, stuck out her tongue etc.

    So convicted felon Amanda Knox, who was found quilty of *lying* by the Supreme Court, says in her book she did not turn cartwheels.

    It figures.
    Last edited by Fabrizio; April 19th, 2013 at 04:03 PM.

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    If she was guilty of lying, what are the interrogators guilty of for doing the same?

    Don't answer that.

    Seriously.


    Don't.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fabrizio View Post
    Amanda Knox was convicted for what? For calunnia (i.e. lying).

    She was found guilty of this in the first trial and in the second trial. After the second trial, her appeal request for the charge was refused. In other words: the friggin' Supreme Court has definitively declared her guilty of calunnia. In other words: lying.

    Furthermore, not only did the police and investigators mention her glee-like behavior after the murder so did all of the kids waiting to be questioned: Knox swore, laughed, kissed, cuddled, joked, stuck out her tongue etc.

    So convicted felon Amanda Knox, who was found quilty of *lying* by the Supreme Court, says in her book she did not turn cartwheels.

    It figures.
    Here we go, back with the odd behavior, the "cartwheels", and the kissing. Too bad there is not actually any believable evidence she killed anyone.

    And that calunnia conviction is a joke. I'd be embarrassed to defend that one, even if I had the opposite opinion about her guilt in the murder.

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