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General News    H4'ed 9/8/15

Italian court: 'Stunning flaws' led to Amanda Knox conviction

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Italy’s highest court acquitted Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito, her former boyfriend, of the 2007 murder of the British university student Meredith Kercher, because there were “stunning flaws” in the investigation that led to their convictions, according to judges’ legal reasoning.

A panel of judges at the court of cassation in Rome found that the state’s case against the pair, who were definitively cleared of murder in March, lacked enough evidence to prove their wrongdoing beyond a reasonable doubt, and cited a complete lack of “biological traces” in connection to the crime.


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