While we wait for new episodes of Making A Murderer...
There has been controversy over comments he makes about how he reported the Amanda Knox trial.
Rather than turning real tragedy into a game for viewers, Netflix’s new documentary hunts for a different kind of empathetic truth.
Amanda Knox was convicted and later exonerated in the murder of Meredith Kercher in Perugia, Italy, in 2007.
Italy's top criminal court said the case against Amanda Knox and her Italian boyfriend lacked evidence and contained "stunning flaws."
In its final ruling, the court annulled the guilty convictions for Knox and her former Italian boyfriend in the 2007 murder of her British roommate in Italy. In doing so, the sensational case is closed once and for all.
Less than 24 hours after being found guilty for Meredith Kercher's death, Raffaele Sollecito has been found in a hotel near the Austrian border.
An appeals court in Florence announced its verdict Thursday, more than six years after the death of Knox's British roommate Meredith Kercher.
The DNA on the proposed murder weapon that killed Meredith Kercher is said to belong to Amanda Knox, and not Kercher. The defense maintain the knife was not used to kill Kercher.
From the 2007 crime to the upcoming retrial.
...and the ABC News appearance ...and the Lifetime movie?!
It looks like the #FoxyKnoxy hashtag is back after news broke Tuesday that the highest court in Italy is retrying Amanda Knox for the murder British student Meredith Kercher.
“I am happy the Supreme Court has seen the faults in the acquittal and I trust the next trial will be fair and balanced,” said Francesco Maresca, a lawyer representing the Kercher family.
Considering the hideous crime she's forever associated with, maybe dressing up as a home invader wasn't the best idea. As we say in the hyper-judgmental media, "bad optics."
Spotted in Seattle, hometown of Amanda Knox. Should we give them the benefit of the doubt and assume they don't know she was acquitted of a horrific stabbing murder? Nah.
This will melt most hearts. How can you not feel good for her?
Now that she's free, let's look at some of the things Amanda Knox missed while she was in prison.
Amanda Knox, following the lengthy appeal in an Italian court of her conviction for the murder of Meredith Kercher, had the conviction overturned.
Her murder conviction has been overturned. She is still guilty of "defamation," for falsely accusing her former employer, Patrick Lumumba and must pay his legal fees, but Amanda Knox is coming home.
A story seeming tailor made for Lifetime.
If Amanda Knox didn't have enough trouble already, she is now being indicted on slander charges for claiming she had been beaten by police in 2007 during questioning - I guess a 26 year sentence wasn't punishment enough.
The college student allegedly involved in the murder of Meredith Kercher -- about which she left incriminating "evidence" on her MySpace blog -- is finally facing trial.