The Seattle native, convicted and acquitted of the murder of Meredith Kercher in Italy, has set up a crowdfunding site to raise $10,000 for her outer-space-themed nuptials.
The 31-year-old Seattle native who was convicted and acquitted of the murder of Meredith Kercher is in Italy for a criminal justice festival.
Ten years after she was first convicted in the murder of her roommate, and four since her second acquittal, the Seattle native goes back to Italy to discuss trial by media.
The justices ruled Thursday that the Seattle native’s rights were violated when she falsely accused her Puglia boss Patrick Lumumba of murder—but that might not matter.
Amanda Knox says she wants to go back to Perugia 10 years after the murder of her roommate to “close the circle.” Why that might be the best thing for everyone.
Convicted and acquitted of murdering her roommate, Amanda Knox has just opened her Instagram account to the public. Here’s why that probably wasn’t such a good idea.
Rod Blackhurst and Brian McGinn, filmmakers behind the Netflix documentary ‘Amanda Knox’—out Sept. 30—discuss their controversial film and the absence of the Kercher family.