The family of Amanda Knox reacted with rage at the Italian legal system and the court that convicted the 22-year-old American student Friday of murdering her roommate, Meredith Kercher. In an interview with ABC News, Knox's father, Curt Knox, said he was angry that the judge in the case didn't look him in the eye after the verdict was read. "I was just stunned," he said, describing how he stared down the jurors afterward. "I just looked at them; I looked at the jurors," he added. "I went down eye to eye with each one of them and just looked at them and said, 'How could you even do this with what was presented in the court of law?' And for that matter, the judge, he didn't even raise his head while he read the verdict." Amanda's younger sister, Deanna, also complained that the judge "couldn't even look us in the eyes, or look my sister in the eyes." Knox was declared guilty of all six counts she faced, including tampering with a crime scene and theft, and sentenced to 26 years in prison.