It was one of the most heinous crimes of the decade, and, she got away with it. But in a new piece for Westside Seattle, convicted and then overturned killer Amanda Knox is back to using Kercher’s name for personal comfort.
In the piece, Knox claims she was never afforded an opportunity to “mourn” the woman she says was a “great friend in which I have several fond memories of”. The same piece, also, contains the following line: “Sometimes innocent people suffer”.
But then, the piece apparently mourning her “dear friend” turns into a spectacle not surprisingly about Amanda.
The are buried beneath the horrific autopsy photos and crime scene footage I saw, the slurs I was called, the death threats I received (and still receive), the false accusations I fought, the years of wrongful imprisonment I endured, the multiple trials and slanderous headlines that juxtaposed our names and faces, unfairly interlocking her death with my identity – Amanda Knox.